Dr. Shelby Ellison Presents Research at Institute of Cannabis’ Plant Science and Cultivation Webinar Series!

*Updated on 02/28/24

The presentation is now available here!

 

Greetings!

The Ellison Lab welcomes you to join us during a Cannabis Plant Science and Cultivation Webinar hosted by Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Institute of Cannabis Research on February 21st at 10am CT. In this webinar, Dr. Shelby Ellison will be speaking about “American Feral Hemp Germplasm Collection and Characterization.” The webinar is expected to last one hour, including a Q&A session.  

Dr. Shelby Ellison is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Plant and Agroecosystem Sciences at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She received a B.S. at UW-Madison, a Ph.D. in Genetics at UC-Davis and was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at UW-Madison. Her research interests include preserving, characterizing, and utilizing genetic diversity in alternative crops to meet the needs of farmers while considering environmental implications. She is also interested in how human interactions with plants, through domestication and breeding, have altered the plant genome and how we can use these selection signatures to trace domestication and improvement throughout history. Dr. Ellison is leading a nationwide effort to collect feral hemp germplasm to help rebuild the new US hemp seedbank.

Viewers will have the opportunity to connect with leading experts in the hemp research community and learn about recent developments in the industry. Each webinar will feature a presentation by a hemp expert followed by an interactive Q&A session.

To register, please follow the link here: Research Series Archives – Institute of Cannabis Research (instituteofcannabisresearchcolorado.org)