Dr Lindsay Shaw

Research Fellow

Centre for Horticultural Science
Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation

Overview

Dr Lindsay Shaw specialises in understanding the genetics behind yield associated traits in cereal and horticultural crops. Lindsay completed a Bachelor of Biotechnology with Honours at the University of Queensland and went on to be awarded a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Queensland in 2010 for her work on the role of the Dof transcription factor family in wheat development, at CSIRO’s Agriculture and Food.

Upon completing her doctorate, Lindsay accepted a postdoctoral fellowship at the John Innes Centre Crop Genetics Department in Norwich, UK and began her work on understanding the regulation of flowering time in wheat through the photoperiod pathway. Dr Shaw then returned to CSIRO as an OCE Postdoctoral Fellow working on the regulation of grain size in cereal crops.

Following her postdoctoral research, Lindsay took up the opportunity to continue her work from the UK as a Project Scientist at the University of California Davis Department of Plant Sciences. Her research focused on understanding how genes in the photoperiod pathway interact to regulate flowering and spike development in temperate cereal crops.

Dr Shaw joined the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation in 2019 and her research is focused on the application of emerging genetic and genomic technologies for Horticultural crop improvement.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Biotechnology (Honours), The University of Queensland

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