Program: Horticulture and Crop Science
Years in the lab: 2015-2020
Dissertation title: Exploring metabolic and genetic diversity in tomato secondary metabolites
What has Michael been doing since he left the lab: After he completed his Ph.D., Michael was a postdoctoral researcher with Mario Ferruzzi at North Carolina State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute, and is currently a Research Plant Physiologist with the USDA-Agricultural Research Service, slash an Assistant Professor of Pediatric Nutrition with the Baylor College of Medicine.
Background: B.S. Horticultural Science, Purdue University, M.S. Horticultural Science, Purdue University
Hometown: Northbrook, IL
contact: dzakovich dot 1 at osu dot edu