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Meghan Brady

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Doctoral Candidate

Abnormal chromosome 10 (Ab10) drives preferential transmission of itself and large blocks of condensed repetitive DNA found throughout the genome (knobs). I focus on understanding how Ab10 alters maize growth and development in various environments. This work provides information on the effects of selfish genetic elements (meiotic drive) and maize evolution.

Education:

B.S. Biology (2017) Gettysburg College

 

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NSF GRFP Recipient - 2021

Articles Featuring Meghan Brady
Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 1:14pm

Genetics doctoral students Felicia Ebot-Ojong and Meghan Brady received the prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program, (GRFP), which recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported…

Dissertation Chair

Distinguished Research Professor

Committee Members

Professor

External Committee

Dr. John Burke
Dr. Douda Bensasson
Dr. Brad Nelms

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