Eric Yirenkyi Danquah is a Professor of Plant Genetics at the Department of Crop Science, College of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences. He is also the founding Director of the West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement, an institution established in read more...
PhD, Genetics, Cantab
PhD, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Zimbabwe
Prof. Tongoona spent 19 years at the University of Zimbabwe and 11 years at the African Centre for Crop Improvement (ACCI), University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). He has developed and taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Plant Genetics, read more...
PhD, Plant Breeding, GhanaPhD, Molecular Genetics, Paris Sud
Agyemang holds a BSc in Agriculture (2005) from the University of Ghana, where he graduated with first class honours. In 2007, he won a Visiting Graduate Research Fellowship to train in bioinformatics, marker assisted selection and other read more...PhD, Molecular Biology, Nottingham
Daniel K. Dzidzienyo is a Lecturer at the Biotechnology Centre of the University of Ghana, Legon. He is also the Deputy Centre Leader of the WACCI-ACE Project and doubles as an Associate Lecturer and Coordinator for the Research Programme at read more...PhD, Molecular Genetics, Paris Sud
Dr. John Eleblu served as lead and also assisted in the development and execution of research projects centered on crop improvement using new technologies. He reviewed the application of SNPs in crop improvement for his undergraduate studies at read more...PhD, Plant Breeding Genetics, Sask
Genetic variability in crops as manifested in morphological or molecular diversity is essential for crop improvement leading to the production of preferred crop types. Assembling characterization and evaluation of crop germplasm are key steps read more...PhD, Plant Breeding Genetics, California
Associate Professor Essie T. Blay holds a B.Sc degree in Agriculture from the University of Ghana an M.Sc degree in Horticulture from the University of Hawaii and a Ph.D in Genetics and plant breeding from the University of California Davis. Prof read more...PhD, Plant Physiology, Wales
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation in tropical grain legumes and their contribution to sustainable agriculture. Tropical legumes worked on include Bambara groundnut (Vigna subteranea) Soyabean (Glycine max) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata). Other areas read more...PhD, Entomology, Imperial CollegePhD, Genetics, GhanaPhD, Plant Pathologist, LondonPhD