- Sean Cutler, University of California Riverside
- Uta Paszkowski, University of Cambridge, UK
- Nicholas Provart, University of Toronto, Canada
The Frontiers and Techniques in Plant Science course provides an intensive overview of topics in plant genetics, physiology, biochemistry, development, and evolution and hands-on experiences in molecular, analytical, computational and high throughput approaches to understanding plant biology. It emphasizes recent results from model organisms including Arabidopsis, maize and tomato as well as a variety of other plants and provides an introduction to current methods used in basic and applied plant biology, both theoretically and practically.
Cost (including board and lodging): $4,800
Students accepted into the course should plan to arrive by early evening on June 29 and plan to depart after lunch on July 20.