Wheat Breeding Technology Workshop

Originally presented at the 2018 BGRI Technical Workshop in Morocco, 13 April 2018
Filmed by Chris Knight, Cornell University

The objectives of this workshop are to impart participants with the background knowledge and practical skills required to implement marker discovery, marker-assisted selection, genomic selection, high-throughput phenotyping and speed breeding in an applied breeding program, and enable participants to think critically and collaboratively to develop improved breeding strategies that take advantages of these technologies.

An Introduction to Genomic Selection
Instructor(s):
Ben Hayes
Speed Breeding for Wheat Improvement
Instructor(s):
Lee Hickey
Identifying and Tracking Haplotypes in Wheat Breeding Material
Instructor(s):
Kai Voss-Fells
Bridging the Gap Between Research and Breeding
Instructor(s):
Susanne Dreisgacker
Utilizing Mobile Devices for Plant Breeding and Genetics
Instructor(s):
Trevor Rife
Genomic Selection Case Studies in Wheat
Instructor(s):
Philomin Juliana
High Throughput Phenotyping in Wheat
Instructor(s):
Matthew Reynolds
Integrating wheat breeding technologies at CIMMYT
Instructor(s):
Ravi Singh
A Career Path to Industry in Plant Breeding
Instructor(s):
Hannah Robinson