Graduate Students

Mid-Florida Research and Education Center

The UF/IFAS Mid-Florida Research and Education Center is honored to be home to nine masters and doctoral graduate students in a wide variety of academic programs, including plant pathology, plant physiology and environmental horticulture.

NameE-mailSpecializationAdvisorResearch InterestsC.V.
Zunaria Afzal zunariaafzal@ufl.edu Plant Pathology  Dr. G. S. Ali  Investigating the host-Phytophthora interaction using transcriptomics    
Shaheen Bibi shaheen110@ufl.edu        
Sean Campbell scampbell53@ufl.edu Environmental Horticulture  Dr. Brian Pearson Protected culture production of ethanobotanical and beverage crops  
Crystal Conner c.conner@ufl.edu Plant Pathology  Dr. Richter    
Hang Duong hang.duong@ufl.edu Environmental Horticulture  Dr. Richard Beeson Water use and drought stress responses of landscape trees in Florida's humid climate Duong CV Sept 2018
Debalina Saha debalina@ufl.edu Environmental Horticulture  Dr. S. Chris Marble Understanding how physical properties of mulch can affect weed seed and growth; finding effective, economic and environmentally-friendly weed controls Saha CV
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