Dr. Amit Dhingra
Dr. Dhingra is an Associate Professor of genomics and biotechnology. He is an affiliate faculty of the Center for Precision Automated & Agriculture Systems. He serves as graduate faculty in four programs:
Dr. Dhingra received his BS in Botany (Honors) from Delhi University, India (1991) followed by a MS in Botany (Honors) from Agra University, India (1993). He earned his PhD at the University of Delhi, India, and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, supported by The Rockefeller Foundation pre-doctoral fellowship (2000). His professional preparation, initiated at Rutgers and successfully culminated at University of Florida, represents a confluence of multiple disciplines within plant biology. He joined Washington State University as an Assistant Professor in 2006.
On the cover of the Rolling Clone Magazine
Credit: Creative musings of an undergraduate student.
Dr. Richard M. Sharpe
Dr. Sharpe joined the lab as a Post Doc in 2015.
PhD in Molecular Plant Sciences from Washington State University (2014)
MS in Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology option from Middle Tennessee State University (2009)
BS in Biology with a concentration in Genetics and Biology and a minor in Chemistry from Middle Tennessee State University (2006)
Associate of Science degree in Applied Science from Victor Valley College (1989)
Associate degree in Applied Avionics from the Community College of the Air Force (1989)
Dr. Rishikesh Ghogare
Dr. Ghogare joined the lab as a Post Doc in 2017.
PhD in Biological Systems Engineering from Washington State University (2017)
MSc in Biotechnology from University of East Anglia, UK (2011)
BSc in Biotechnology from University of Pune, India (2009)