Dr Gabrielle J Persley
Gabrielle Persley is an advisor on biotechnology-related matters to several international organisations including the World Bank, the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), CAB International and the International Council for Science (ICSU).
She received her doctorate in microbiology at the University of Queensland and worked for several years as a plant pathologist in Africa and Australia.
work in recent years has focused on the role of biotechnology in developing countries.
She has published widely and is editor of a CAB International (CABI) published series of books on Agricultural Biotechnology.
Go to: Persley & Doyle publications
Go to: Recent publications and projects
Go to: Current publications and projects
Persley - Doyle publications:
Doyle, J.J. and Persley, G.J. (1996) Enabling the safe use of biotechnology: principles and practise.
Doyle, J.J. and Persley, G.J. (1998) New Technologies, an International Perspective.
Recent work also includes a new CABI publication on Agricultural Biotechnology: Country Case Studies - A Decade of Development, Gabrielle J Persley
and L.R. MacIntyre (eds).