Outside Asia Team

Awais Khan

Geneticist
awais.khan@cgiar.org

Dr. Awais Khan is an abiotic stress geneticist for potatoes and sweet potatoes, leading the efforts to uncover the genetic basis of abiotic stress tolerance, in particular for drought and heat, for potatoes and sweet potatoes. His background is in population and quantitative genetics, comparative genomics and bioinformatics, with wide experience of genetic and genomic tools and techniques. He is particularly interested in making use of current advances in genome sequencing and bioinformatics to address issues of maintaining crop productivity under worsening climate conditions.

Adress:
Av. La Molina 1895, La Molina, Lima, Peru

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Awais Khan

Awais Khan

Geneticist

Guy Hareau

Senior Scientist
g.hareau@cgiar.org

Senior Scientist, Disciplinary Center of Excellence Social and Health Sciences and Innovation Systems (SHINES)
Ph.D. Agricultural Economics (Virginia Tech), Impact Assessment

Adress:
Av. La Molina 1895, La Molina, Lima, Peru

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Guy Hareau

Guy Hareau

Senior Scientist

Hannele Lindqvist Kreuze

Biotic Stress Geneticist
h.lindqvist-kreuze@cgiar.org

Dr. Hannele Lindqvist Kreuze has a MSc degree in Plant Pathology from University of Helsinki, Finland (1997) and PhD in Plant Pathology from Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU (2002). Her current work focuses mainly on potato and late blight interaction including resistance on the plant side and virulence on the pathogen side from the perspectives of genetics and genomics.

Adress:
v. La Molina 1895, La Molina, Lima, Peru

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Hannele Lindqvist Kreuze

Hannele Lindqvist Kreuze

Biotic Stress Geneticist
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