Ramesh Raina

Professor, Biology, College of Arts & Sciences; Interim Vice President for Research

Excerpted from The College of Arts & Sciences Faculty web site

Research Interests

Epigenetic mechanisms regulating plant defense against pathogens and plant development.

two potted plants

The overall goal of the Raina Lab is to understand how plants sense the environment and activate defense against pests. We use genetic and molecular approaches to identify the genes involved in these processes and the molecular mechanisms regulating the responses. Our lab is currently pursuing the following specific projects: genetic and molecular mechanisms regulating plant-pathogen interaction, and functional genomics of cell signaling in plants.

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