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Edward S. Buckler

Research Geneticist

U.S. Department of Agriculture

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Background Information

Employment History

Gramene


Adj. Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics

Cornell University


Affiliations

Senior Editors

Board Member


National Academy of Sciences Prize

GSA Member and GENETICS Associate Editor


Genetics Society of America

Member and GENETICS Associate Editor


Education

Food and Agriculture Sciences

National Academy of Sciences Prize


Ph.D.


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Ed Buckler, USDA-ARS & Cornell


Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Archives - Southeast AgNET

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Agricultural Research Service (ARS) geneticist Edward Buckler is the first person to receive the National Academy of Science's (NAS) Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences.
Buckler will be recognized for pioneering the use of large-scale genomic approaches linking genes with the crop's physical traits. By Kim Kaplan, USDA Agriculture Research Service Agricultural Research Service (ARS) geneticist Edward Buckler will receive the National Academy of Science's first ever Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences for pioneering the use of large scale genomic approaches to associate genes with crop traits.


cornellsun.com

"The big obstacle is how to relate trillions of data points on DNA sequence with the performance of breeding lines around the world," said Edward Buckler, a geneticist for the United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service.
"The basic problem is the same no matter what the species." Buckler added the Gates Foundation and Ithaca researchers "thought it would be a good idea to combine forces" to develop a platform to address the above issue. "We are developing an open source software platform to address applying DNA sequencing data to applied breeding for the developing world," he said.


www.gatesnotes.com

My main guide was Dr. Ed Buckler, a scientist in his mid 40s who works at Cornell for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Over the four hours we spent together I asked Ed dozens of questions (I've learned a lot about agriculture, but I'm still a city boy at heart), and he was always quick with an answer. Yet Ed and his colleagues aren't just experts in their field-they're also deeply passionate about their work. Ed took me on a short tour of a lab where machines called sequencers were analyzing DNA from thousands of plants.


www.agrinewspubs.com

Using samples from 47 cattle from six breeds from the U.S. and Nigeria, Imumorin's team used GBS - itself developed by Rob Elshire, the sequencing technology lead in the lab of Ed Buckler, a research geneticist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service and adjunct professor of plant breeding and genetics at Cornell - to identify more than 50,000 genetic markers for genetic profiling.


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