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Biographical entry Koltunow, Anna M. G.

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Occupation
Plant physiologist

Summary

Anna Koltunow is a plant physiologist who has made outstanding contributions to understanding plant reproduction by uncovering mechanisms regulating fruit and seed formation via sexual and asexual (apomictic) pathways. Her discoveries are being used in developing countries to improve crop production.

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1997 - 2001
Career position - Member of the Board, International Association of Plant Sexual Reproduction Research
2002 - 2010
Career position - Affiliate Professor, School of Agriculture and Wine, University of Adelaide
2003 - 2006
Career position - Director, CRC for Viticulture
2003 - 2006
Career position - Deputy Chief, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry
2005 - 2008
Career position - Director, New Zealand Crown Research Institution, HortResearch
2006
Career position - Chair, National Horticultural Research Network
2008 - 2009
Career position - Director, Institute of Plant and Food Research, New Zealand
2008 - 2018
Career position - Affiliate Professor, Capital Normal University, China
2009
Career position - Chair, Review Panel, National Wine Grape and Industry Centre
2009 - 2018
Career position - Affiliate Professor, La Trobe University
2010 - 2012
Career position - Member, Biology and Biotechnology Panel, Australian Research Council College of Experts
2013 - 2014
Career position - Deputy Chief, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry
2016 -
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Science
2018
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering

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See also

Helen Cohn