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Amanda Rasmussen

Nottingham Research Fellow, Faculty of Science

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Biography

ORCID ID: orcid.org/0000-0002-9204-8030

Twitter ID: razda5

2015 - current: Nottingham Research Fellow (Probationary Lecturer)

2013-2015: Newton International Fellow (University of Nottingham)

2011-2013: Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow (UGent, Belgium)

Jun 2007- May 2011 PhD research (UQ, Australia)

2005-2007 - Research Officer (QLD DPI&F, Australia - Forestry Research)

Selected Awards:

2017: UoN nominee for Philip Leverhulme Prize (Early Career academic)

2015: Rank Prize New Lecturer Award

2009: UniQuest Trailblazer open winner (Commercialisation competition)

2009: Queensland International Fellowship (PhD exchange to Europe)

2004: The 2004 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (RIRDC)

Expertise Summary

Teaching Summary

Module Convenor:

D236P7 Plants and the Soil Environment

Module Contributor:

C11LOE Life on Earth

C11BE1 Tutorials/Dissertation in Environmental Science

C135E8 Arctic Ecology Field Course Level 3.

D224E5 Research and Professional Skills for Environmental Scientists 2 Level 2

Undergraduate Research Projects Level 3

C112P1 Plant Science Level 1.

D223P8 Applied Plant Physiology Level 2.

D24C08 Resource Capture by Crops Level 4. (Masters) module covers the processes by which crops acquire water and radiation. It focusses on basic principles and leads to agricultural case studies.

D24C03 Monitoring and Phenotyping Level 4. (Masters) practical-based module

Research Summary

I'm a plant ecophysiologist so I'm interested in how plants respond to their environment. In particular my lab studies adventitious (stem) root physiology from regulation of their formation and… read more

Recent Publications

Current Research

I'm a plant ecophysiologist so I'm interested in how plants respond to their environment. In particular my lab studies adventitious (stem) root physiology from regulation of their formation and emergence to differences in anatomy and how they take up water and nutrients.

Key projects:

Functional differences between maize root types. Funded by Nottingham Research Fellowship, Rank Prize New Lecturer award, BBSRC DTP Studentship.

Plants on the Pill: Crop root responses to wastewater pharmaceuticals. Funded by Agriculture and Food Security Research Priority Area pump priming grant

Apple root physiology. Funded by CTP PhD studentship in collaboration with NIAB-EMR.

Woody cutting propagation. Funding currently under negotiation.

More detail on our current research can be found at: http://www.arlab.co.uk/research.html

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LE12 5RD, UK

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