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Michael Anderson

Assistant Professor, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA


Dr. Anderson was born in Utah, but was raised in rural Idaho and urban California. He received his bachelors degree in Agronomy at Brigham Young University and Masters and PhD at the University of Minnesota where he conducted research on the physiology and biochemistry of nitrogen assimilation in alfalfa root nodules under the direction of Gary Heichel and Carrol Vance. He furthered his interests by working on a post doctoral assignment for the USDA at the University of Minnesota under the direction of John Grunwald where he investigated herbicide resistance mechanisms in atrazine resistant velvetleaf. Dr. Anderson joined the faculty of the Plant and Soil Science Department in 1990. His primary interests are in the area of beneficial plant-microbe interactions in wheat as described below.


Research Interest

Plant physiology, biochemistry, microbiology,plant biochemistry