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Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Robert Henry

Robert Henry
Robert Henry
Professor & Director
Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation
The University of Queensland
Australia
 

Biography

QAAFI Director, Professor Robert Henry, is a graduate of the University of Queensland (B Sc (Hons)), Macquarie University (M Sc Hons)) and La Trobe University (Ph D). In 2000 Professor Henry was awarded a higher doctorate (D Sc) by UQ for his work on analysis of variation in plants.
Prior to being appointed QAAFI Director in May 2010, he was Director of the Centre for Plant Conservation Genetics at Southern Cross University, a Centre which he established in 1996. Other previous positions held by Professor Henry include Research Director of the Grain Foods Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) (until 2010) and Research Program Leader in the Queensland Agricultural Biotechnology Centre (until 1996).

Research Interest

Professor Henry’s speciality research area is the study of agricultural crops using molecular tools. He is particularly interested in Australian flora and plants of economic and social importance and has lead the way in research into genome sequencing to capture novel genetic resources for the diversification of food crops to deliver improved food products.

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