Varsha Vasudevan

PhD student
Department 2 (Köhler)
Epigenetic Mechanisms of Plant Reproduction
PhD

Main Focus

Hybridization of closely related species or plants differing in ploidy levels results in the formation of inviable seeds due to the formation of post-zygotic hybridization barrier. My projects are aimed at understanding the molecular mechanisms that lead to the establishment of the post-zygotic hybridization barrier.

Curriculum Vitae

May 2017                     B.Tech in Biotechnology, SASTRA University, India

May 2017 – Jul 2019        Worked as Validation Analyst in an RnD solutions company, India

Aug 2019 - Jun 2021        Master’s in Genetic and Molecular Plant Science, Swedish Agricultural University, Sweden

Jun 2021 – Jul 2021         RA at Köhler Lab, Swedish Agricultural University, Sweden

Aug 2021 - current          PhD student, AG Köhler, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Germany

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