Professor and Director,University of Georgia, USA
Andrew Paterson is jointly appointed in three departments: Crop and Soil Science, Plant Professor Paterson and his collaborators have contributed to genetic analysis and improvement
Andrew Paterson is jointly appointed in three departments: Crop and Soil Science, Plant
Professor Paterson and his collaborators have contributed to genetic analysis and improvement
Name: Prof. Andrew Paterson
Country of birth:
Position Title: Professor and Director
Institution: University of Georgia, USA
Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory 111 Riverbend Road Athens, GA 30602-6810
Tel: +001 706-583-0162Fax: +001 706-583-0160
- Plant Breeding
1988 Ph.D., Cornell University, USA
Positions held (since terminal degree):
2008 to date Head, Plant Genome Mapping, University of Georgia, USA
2002 to date Distinguished Research Professor, University of Georgia, USA
1999 - 2002 Professor, Departments of Crop and Soil Sciences; Plant Biology; Genetics, University of Georgia, USA
1998 - 1999 Professor, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University, USA
1996 Appointed to Christine Richardson Endowed Professorship, Texas A&M University, USA
1995 - 1996 Associate Professor, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University, USA
1991 - 1995 Assistant Professor, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University, USA
1989 - 1991 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Plant Molecular Biology, University of Delaware, USA
1989 - 1991 Principal investigator, Agriculture Biotechnology, E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company
1987 - 1989 Postdoctoral associate, Cornell University, USA
- Eluciadating plant biodiversity at genic and genomic level
- Identification and implementation of DNA diagnostic tools
Honors and Awards (since terminal degree):
1995 Marquis Who is Who in American Science and Engineering .
2006 Who's Who in Agriculture Higher Education (AcademicKeys) .
2010 International Cotton Genome Initiative Award for Outstanding Contributions to Cotton Genomics .
2009 Lamar Dodd Award, for internationally recognized research in the sciences, University of Georgia .
2009 Distinguished Alumni Award .
2009 Graduate School Outstanding Mentoring Award selection committee .
2008 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) .
2008 Cotton Genetics Research Award, National Cotton Council .
2007 Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, Plant Sciences .
2005 D. W. Brooks Award for Excellence in Research, University of Georgia .
2002 Cotton Biotechnology award (inaugural recipient). .
1997 Elected to Gamma Sigma Delta, Texas A&M chapter. .
1997 Early Career Award .
1996 Young Crop Scientist of the Year, Crop Science Society of America .
1996 F. Patterson Distinguished Speaker .
1996 Founding member .
1996 Elected Vice-President for Public Research, Professional Association for Cactus Development (PACD) .
1993 Elected to Council of Principal Investigators, Texas A&M University, USA .
A selection of major research accomplishments: Discoveries and first reports
A Selection of refereed journal publications (2002-present)
Bowers, J.E., B.A. Chapman, J.K. Rong and A.H. Paterson. 2003. Unravelling angiosperm genomeevolution by phylogenetic analysis of chromosomal duplication events. Nature 422: 433-438.
Hu, F.Y., D.Y. Tao, E. Sacks, B.Y. Fu, P. Xu, J. Li, Y. Yang, K. McNally, G.S. Khush, A.H.Paterson and Z.K. Li. 2003. Convergent evolution of perenniality in rice and sorghum. Proc.Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100: 4050-4054.
Bowers, J.E., C. Abbey, S. Anderson, C. Chang, X. Draye, A.H. Hoppe, R. Jessup, C. Lemke, J.Lennington, Z.K. Li, Y.R. Lin, S.C. Liu, L.J. Luo, B.S. Marler, R.G. Ming, S.E. Mitchell, D.Qiang, K. Reischmann, S.R. Schulze, D.N. Skinner, Y.W. Wang, S. Kresovich, K.F. Schertzand A.H. Paterson. 2003. A high-density genetic recombination map of sequence-tagged sitesfor Sorghum, as a framework for comparative structural and evolutionary genomics of tropicalgrains and grasses. Genetics 165: 367-386.
Liu, Z.Y., P.H. Moore, H. Ma, C.M. Ackerman, M. Ragiba, Q.Y. Yu, H.M. Pearl, M.S. Kim, J.W.Charlton, J.I. Stiles, F.T. Zee, A.H. Paterson, and R. Ming. 2004. A primitive Y chromosomein papaya marks incipient sex chromosome evolution. Nature 427: 348-352.
Saranga, Y., C.X Jiang., R.J. Wright, D. Yakir and A.H. Paterson. 2004. Genetic dissection of cottonphysiological responses to arid conditions and their inter-relationships with productivity. PlantCell and Environment 27: 263-277.
Ma, H., P.H. Moore, Z.Y. Liu, M.S. Kim, Q.Y. Yu, M.M.M. Fitch, T. Sekioka, A.H. Paterson and R.Ming. 2004. High-density linkage mapping revealed suppression of recombination at the sexdetermination locus in papaya. Genetics 166: 419-436.
Rong, J.K., C. Abbey, J.E. Bowers, C.L. Brubaker, C. Chang, P.W. Chee, T.A. Delmonte, X.L.Ding, J.J. Garza, B.S. Marler, C.H. Park, G.J. Pierce, K.M. Rainey, V.K. Rastogi, S.R. Schulze,N.L. Trolinder, J.F. Wendel, T.A. Wilkins, T.D. Williams-Coplin, R.A. Wing, R.J. Wright,X.P. Zhao, L.H. Zhu and A.H. Paterson. 2004. A 3347-locus genetic recombination map ofsequence-tagged sites reveals features of genome organization, transmission and evolution ofcotton (Gossypium). Genetics 166: 389-417.
Hamblin, M.T., S.E. Mitchell, G.M. White, W. Gallego, R. Kukatla, R.A. Wing, A.H. Patersonand S. Kresovich. 2004. Comparative population genetics of the panicoid grasses: Sequencepolymorphism, linkage disequilibrium and selection in a diverse sample of Sorghum bicolor.Genetics 167: 471-483.
Paterson, A.H., J.E. Bowers and B.A.Chapman. 2004. Ancient polyploidization predatingdivergence of the cereals, and its consequences for comparative genomics. Proc. Natl.Acad. Sci. USA 101: 9903-9908.
Rong J., J.E. Bowers, S.R. Schulze, V.N. Waghmare, C.J. Rogers, G.J. Pierce, H. Zhang, J.C. Estilland A.H. Paterson. 2005. Comparative genomics of Gossypium and Arabidopsis: Unraveling theconsequences of both ancient and recent polyploidy. Genome Research 15: 1198-1210.
Rong, J.K., G.J. Pierce, V.N. Waghmare, C.A.J. Rogers, A. Desai, P.W. Chee, O.L. May, J.R.Gannaway, J.F. Wendel, T.A. Wilkins and A.H. Paterson. 2005. TAG 111: 1137-1146.
Yuksel, B., J.C. Estill, S.R. Schulze and A.H. Paterson. 2005. Organization and evolution ofresistance gene analogs in peanut. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 274: 248-263.
Bowers, J.E., (33 authors, A.H. Paterson as corresponding author). 2005. Comparative physicalmapping links conservation of microsynteny to chromosome structure and recombination ingrasses. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 102: 13206-13211.
Van Becelaere, G., E.L. Lubbers, A.H. Paterson and P.W. Chee. 2005. Pedigree versus DNAmarker-based genetic similarity estimates in cotton. Crop Science 45: 2281-2287.
Hamblin, M.T., M.G. Salas-Fernandez, A.M. Casa, S.E. Mitchell, C.F. Aquadro, A.H. Paterson andS. Kresovich. 2005. Equilibrium processes cannot explain high levels of short- and medium-range linkage disequilibrium in the domesticated grass Sorghum bicolor. Genetics 171: 1247-1256.
Jang, C.S., T.L. Kamps, D.N. Skinner, S.R. Schulze, W.K. Vencill and A.H. Paterson. 2006.Functional classification, genomic organization, putative cis-acting regulatory elements, andrelationship to quantitative trait loci, of Sorghum genes with rhizome-enriched expression. PlantPhysiology 142: 1148-1159.
Takamiya, T., A.H. Paterson and H. Okuizumi. 2006. Restriction landmark genomic scanning withisoschizomers (MspI/HpaII) for DNA methylation analysis. Electrophoresis 27: 2846-2856.
Gingle, A.R., H. Yang, P. Chee, O.L. May, J. Rong, D.T. Bowman, E.L. Lubbers and A.H. Paterson.An integrated web resource for cotton. Crop Science 46: 1998-2007.
Feltus, F.A., H.P. Singh, H.C. Lohithaswa, S.R. Schulze, T. Silva and A.H. Paterson. 2006. Acomparative genomics strategy for targeted discovery of single-nucleotide polymorphisms andconserved noncoding sequences in orphan crops. Plant Physiology 140: 1183-1191.
Hamblin, M.T., A.M. Casa, H. Sun, S.C. Murray, A.H. Paterson, C.F. Aquadro and S. Kresovich.2006. Challenges of detecting directional selection after a domestication bottleneck: lessonsfrom Sorghum bicolor. Genetics 173: 953-954.
Feltus, F.A., G.E. Hart, K.F. Schertz, A.M. Casa, P. Brown, P. Klein, S. Kresovich and A.H.Paterson. 2006. Genetic map alignment and QTL correspondence between inter- and intra-specific Sorghum populations. Theor. Appl. Genet. 112: 1295-1305.
Chapman, B.A., J.E. Bowers, F.A. Feltus and A.H. Paterson. 2006. Buffering crucial functionsby paleologous duplicated genes may impart cyclicality to angiosperm genome duplication.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 103: 2730-2735.
Bethel, C.M., E.B. Sciara, J.E. Bowers, J.C. Estill, W. Hanna and A.H. Paterson. 2006. A frameworklinkage map of Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon x transvaalensis) based on single-dose restrictionfragments. Theor. Appl. Genet. 112: 727-737.
Udall, J.A., J. Swanson, K. Haller, R.A. Rapp, M. Sparks, J. Hatfield, Y. Yu, Y. Wu, D.J. Llewellyn,E. Dennis, A.B. Arpat, B. Sickler, T. A. Wilkins, J. Guo, X. Chen, E. Taliercio, R. Turley, C.Dowd, H. Mcfadden, N. Klueva, P. Payton, R. Allen, D. Zhang, C. Haigler, C. Wilkerson, J.Suo, S. R. Schulze, M. Pierce, M. Essenberg, H. Kim, D. Kudrna, R. Wing, A.H. Paterson, C.Soderlund and J.F. Wendel. 2006. A global assembly of cotton ESTs. Genome Research 16: 441-450.
Paterson, A.H. 2006. Leafing through the genomes of our major crop plants: strategies forcapturing unique infomation. Nature Reviews Genetics 7: 174-184.
Desai, A., P.W. Chee, J. Rong, O.L. May and A.H. Paterson. 2006. Chromosome structural changesin diploid and tetraploid A genomes of Gossypium. Genome 49: 336-345.
Wei, F., E. Coe, W. Nelson, A. Bharti, F. Engler, E. Butler, H.-R. Kim, J.L. Goicoechea, M. Chen, S.Lee, G. Fuks, H. Sanchez-Villeda, S. Schroeder, Z. Fang, M. McMullen, G. Davis, J. Bowers,A. Paterson, M. Schaeffer, J. Gardiner, K. Cone, J. Messing, C. Soderlund and R. Wing. 2007.Physical and genetic structure of the maize genome reflects its complex evolutionary history.PLoS Genetics 3: 1254-1263.
Rong, J., F.A. Feltus, V.N. Waghmare, G.J. Pierce, P.W. Chee, X. Draye, Y. Saranga, R.J. Wright,T.A. Wilkins, O.L. May, C.W. Smith, J.R. Gannaway, J.F. Wendel and A.H. Paterson. Meta-analysis of polyploid cotton QTLs shows unequal contributions of subgenomes to a complexnetwork of genes and gene clusters implicated in lint fiber development. Genetics 176: 2577-2588.
Yu, Q., S. Hou, R. Hobza, F.A. Feltus, X. Wang, W. Jing, R.L. Skelton, A. Blas, C. Lemke, J.H. Saw,P.H. Moore, M. Alam, J. Jiang, A.H. Paterson and R. Ming. 2007. Chromosomal location andgene paucity of the male-specific region on the papaya Y chromosome. Mol. Gen. Genet. 278:177-185.
Mei, H., F. Feng, B. Lu, F.A. Feltus, A.H. Paterson, X. Cai, L. Chen, X. Xu, J. Wu, X. Yu, H. Chen,Y. Li and L. Luo. 2007. Experimental validation of inter-subspecific genetic diversity in ricerepresented by the differences between the DNA sequences of ‘Nipponbare’ and ‘93-11.’ Chinese Science Bulletin 52: 1327-1337.
Yang, T.J., S.-J. Kwon, J. Kim, K.-B. Lim, J.-A. Kim, M. Jin, J.Y. Park, M.-H. Lim, H.-I. Kim, Y.P.Lim, A.H. Paterson and B.-S.Park. 2007. Characterization and genome-wide comparativeanalysis of terminal-repeat retrotransposon in miniature (TRIM) families in the Brassicaceae.TAG 114: 627-636.
Lohithaswa, H.C., F.A. Feltus, H.P. Singh, C.D. Bacon, C. D. Bailey and A.H. Paterson. 2007.Leveraging rice genome sequence for comparative genomics in monocots. TAG 115: 237-243.
Grover, C.E., H.R. Kim, R.A. Wing, A.H. Paterson and J.F. Wendel. 2007. Microcolinearity andgenome evolution in the AdhA region of diploid and polyploid cotton (Gossypium). Plant Journal50: 995-1006.
Wang, J., P.H. Moore, A.H. Paterson and R. Ming. 2007. Sex chromosomes in flowering plants.American Journal of Botany 94: 141-150.
ur-Rahman, M., M. Asif, T. Shaheen, N. Tabbasum, Y. Zafar, A.H. Paterson. 2011. Marker-assisted Breeding in Higher Plants. Chapter 3 in Sustainable Agriculture Reviews. Springer.
Paterson, A.H. 2010. Roadmap of genomics research in the 21st century. Chapter 17 in C. Kole, ed. Principles and Practices of Plant Genomics III. Science Publishers.
Yehoshua Saranga, Andrew H. Paterson, Avishag Levi. 2009. Classical and Molecular Genetics of Abiotic Stress Resistance in Cotton. Chapter 14 in A. H. Paterson (ed.). Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. Springer NY.
Rong, J., and A. H. Paterson. 2009. Comparative genomics of cotton and Arabidopsis. Chapter 18 in A. H. Paterson (ed.). Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. Springer NY.
A.H. Paterson. 2009. Toward characterizing the spectrum of diversity in the Gossypium genus. Chapter 20 in A. H. Paterson (ed.). Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. Springer NY.
Paterson, A.H. 2009. Rhizomatousness: genes important for a weediness syndrome. Chapter 7 in C. N. Stewart (ed). Genomics of Weedy and Invasive Plants. Blackwell Publishing, Ames IA.
Andrew H. Paterson, ed. 2009. Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. Springer NY.
ur-Rahman, M., Y, Zafar, A.H. Paterson. 2009. Gossypium DNA markers: types, numbers, and uses. Chapter 5 in A. H. Paterson (ed.). Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. Springer NY.
S. M. Brumbley, S. J. Snyman, A. Gnanasambandam, P. Joyce, S. R. Hermann, J. A. G. da Silva, R. B. McQualter, M.-L. Wang , B.T. Egan, A. H. Paterson, H. H. Albert and P. H. Moore. 2008. Sugarcane. Chapter 1 in Kole, C. and T. C. Hall (eds). Compendium of Transgenic Crop Plants: Transgenic Sugar, Tuber and Fiber Crops. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK. pp 1-58.
Paterson, A.H., John E. Bowers, F. Alex. Feltus. 2008. Genomics of Sorghum, a Semi-Arid Cereal and Emerging Model for Tropical Grass Genomics. Chapter 20 in Moore, P. H. and R. Ming (eds). Genomics of Tropical Crops. Springer, New York.
Paterson, A. H. 2008. Plant Genome Mapping and Strategy." In H. Doelle, ed. Encyclopedia for Life Support Systems. UNESCO.
Lin, L, and A. H. Paterson. 2006. Physical organization of the Gossypium genomes. In A. H. Paterson (ed.). Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. Springer NY.
Kuo-Kao Wu, Ray Ming, Paul H. Moore, Andrew H. Paterson. 2006. Sugarcane Genomics and Breeding. in K. R. Lamkey and M. Lee (eds). Plant Breeding. pp 283-292
Paterson, A.H., M. Freeling, T. Sasaki. 2006. Grains of knowledge: genomics of model cereals. Chapter 5 in H. Sussman and M. Smit, (eds). Genomes. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Monograph Series, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor NY.
Lubbers, E.L., Chee, P.W., Paterson, A.H., and Smith, C.W. 2006. Fiber quality of a near-isogenic introgression line series from an Upland by Pima interspecific cross. In: Beltwide Cotton Conferences. San Antonio, TX. pp. 845-852.
John E. Bowers, Brad A. Chapman and Andrew H. Paterson. 2005. Revealing Angiosperm Diversity, Toward a “Gene Revolution”. In R. Tuberosa, R. Phillips, M. Gale, (eds). In the wake of the double helix: From the Green Revolution to the Gene Revolution. Avenue Media, Bologna, Italy, 722 pgs.
Andrew H. Paterson, H. Tom Stalker, Maria Gallo-Meagher, Mark D. Burow, Sangam L. Dwivedi, Jonathan H. Crouch, Emma S. Mace. 2004. Genomics and genetic enhancement of peanut. Chapter 6 in R. Wilson, H. T. Stalker, C. Brummer (eds). Genomics for Legume Crops. AOCS Press, Champaign, Ill. pp 97-109.
Andrew H. Paterson. 2003. Comparative genomics in cereals. Chapter 5 in PK Gupta and RK Varshney (eds). Cereal genomics. Kluwer, Dordrecht.
Paterson, A. H. and J. L. Bennetzen. 2001. Comparative mapping of plant chromosomes. Chapter 6, in R. Phillips and I. Vasil (eds.). DNA-Based Markers in Plants, Volume 2. Kluwer Academic Press. 512 pgs.
Paterson, A. H. 2000. Polyploidy. In R. Robinson, R. Evans, W. Mechaber, B. Wallace (eds.). Plant Sciences for Students. MacMillan Reference USA, New York NY.
Chapman, B., C. M. Jacobo, R. A. Bunch, A. H. Paterson. Cactus Breeding and Biotechnology. Chapter 15 in P. S. Nobel (ed.). Cacti: Biology and Uses. University of California Press, Los Angeles.
Andrew H. Paterson, ed. 1997. Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press.
Paterson, A. H. 1997. Of Blending, Bristles, and Beans: Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. Chapter 1, in A.H. Paterson (ed). Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Paterson, A.H., D. Lan, S. Liu, S. Kowalski. 1997. High-resolution mapping of QTLs. Chapter 6, in A.H. Paterson (ed). Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Paterson, A. H. 1997. DNA marker-assisted plant and animal improvement. Chapter 7, in A.H. Paterson (ed). Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Paterson, A. H., Y. Lin, Z. Li, K.F. Schertz. 1997. Case History in Plant Domestication: Evolution of Large-Seeded Cereals. Chapter 15, in A.H. Paterson (ed). Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Paterson, AH. 1997. Prospects for Cloning the Genetic Determinants of QTLs. Chapter 25, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Liu, SC, YR Lin, JE Irvine, AH Paterson. 1997. Mapping QTLs in autopolyploids (sugarcane). Chapter 4, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Molecular Dissection of Complex Traits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Paterson, A. H., Tien-hung Lan, Terrye A. Delmonte, Stanley P. Kowalski. 1997. Comparative molecular and phenotypic evolution of Brassica oleracea and Arabidopsis thaliana. Acta Horticulturae, in press.
Andrew H. Paterson, ed. 1996. Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Biomedical Publishing/Academic Press, Austin TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. An historical perspective. Chapter 1, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. The DNA revolution. Chapter 2, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. Making a genetic map. Chapter 3, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. Mapping genes responsible for differences in phenotype. Chap. 4, A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. Physical mapping: Bridging the gap between DNA markers and genes. Chapter 5, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. . . . and with what consequences? New opportunities in life sciences research, using a genome-based approach. Chapter 6, A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H. 1996. DNA marker-assisted crop improvement. Chapter 7, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H, J.F. Wendel, and D.M. Stelly. 1996. Status of genome mapping in the Malvaceae (cottons). Chapter 18, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Paterson, A.H., S. Liu, Y. Lin, C. Chang. 1996. Status of genome mapping in the tropical grains and grasses (Poaceae). Chapter 20, in A.H. Paterson (ed.). Genome Mapping in Plants. Landes Bioscience Publishing, Austin, TX.
Osborn, T. and A. H. Paterson. 1994. The Crucifereae. Contribution to "The USDA Plant Genome Research Program", J. Miksche et al (eds). Chapter 1 in Adv. Agronomy. Vol. 56.
Paterson, A. H., J. F. Wendel, and R. J. Kohel. 1994. The Malvaceae. Contribution to "The USDA Plant Genome Research Program", J. Miksche et al (eds.) Chap. 1 in Adv. Agron., Vol. 56.
Scholl, R, KA Feldmann, and AH Paterson. 1994. Quantitative Genetics in Arabidopsis. Chapter 6 in E. Meyerowitz and C. Somerville (eds). Arabidopsis thaliana, Cold Spring Harbor Press, NY.
J. W. DeVerna and A. H. Paterson. 1990. Genetics of Lycopersicon. Chapter 3 in Kalloo, et al. Genetic Improvement of Tomato. (TAG monograph series). Springer-Verlag Press, Berlin.
Invited presentations at major international conferences (2002-present-Maximum 8)
A.H. Paterson. 2010. Sequencing the cotton genomes. Plenary talk, International Cotton Genome Initiative meeting, Canberra, Australia. September 2010.
A.H. Paterson. 2010. Accelerating the domestication of dedicated biomass crops. Select Bio, AgriGenomics World Congress. Brussels, Belgium. 8 July 2010.
A.H. Paterson. 2010. The sorghum genome, the diversification of cereals, and the productivity of tropical grasses. Intél Conference on Plant Molecular Breeding. Beijing, China. 8 Sept 2010
A.H. Paterson. 2010. Presenter and panelist, panel discussion of "Continuous Evolution of Marker Systems " Where would we like to be Generation Challenge Program, Annual Research Meeting. Bamako, Mali. 21 Sept 2009.
A.H. Paterson. 2009.Discovery and development of alleles contributing to sorghum drought tolerance. Generation Challenge Program, Challenge Initiative Workshop. Montpellier, France. 10 March 2009.
A.H. Paterson. 2008. AgriGenomics World Congress. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 29 Sept 2008.
A.H. Paterson. 2008. Applications and opportunities of crop comparative genomics. ABIC. Cork, Ireland. August 2008
A.H. Paterson. 2008. Panel discussion on cotton genome sequencing. International Cotton Genome Initiative meeting. China. July 2008.
Research Grants (2004 – present):
This database is supported with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation