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a) Bringing the Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology (EEOB), and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB) communities together around a shared vision for plant CI.
b) Integration of the use of CI into the broad plant community through new education activities.
with the objective of ensuring that the options presented to the iPlant Board of Directors for new GCs are the best possible and most broadly representative. The iPlant Board of Directors would still have final authority to decide on which GC proposals move forward.
David Salt (Purdue University) - mechanisms of regulation, bioinformatics, genomics email@example.com
Ann Stapleton (UNC Wilmington) – Statistical genetics and CI development firstname.lastname@example.org
David Ackerly (UC Berkeley) - Plant ecology and evolution email@example.com
David Neale (UCDavis) - Tree ecogenomics firstname.lastname@example.org
James Macklin (Harvard University Herbarium) - Collections and informatics email@example.com
John Willis (Duke University) - Evolutionary genetics and adaptation firstname.lastname@example.org
Klaas Jan van Wijk (Cornell) – Proteomics and biochemistry email@example.com
Missy Holbrook (Harvard University) - Plant physiology firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramin Yadegari (University of Arizona) – internal iPlant liaison, Plant development and epigenetics email@example.com
Simon Gilroy (University of Madison) – Cell Biology firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicki Funk (Smithsonian Institution) - Phylogenetics, biodiversity, conservation biology email@example.com
Adaptation - John Willis
Global Diversity - David Ackerly/Jim Macklin
Plant Nutrition - Martin Broadley
Tree Biology - David Neale
Physiology - Missy Holbrook/Simon Gilroy