|2017 to 2021||Funded by National Science Foundation|
Comparative genomics and phenomics approach to discover genes underlying heat stress resilience in cereals (RII Track-2 FEC).
|2015 to 2020||Funded by USDA|
Impact of heat and drought stress on sorghum and wheat grain composition and chemistry.
|2016 to 2020||Funded by USDA|
Tolerance to environmental stress in wheat.
|2016 to 2020||Funded by Kansas Soybean Commission|
High throughput platform to enhance quality of beans and add value to Kansas Soybean Breeding Program.
|2015 to 2018||Funded by Kansas Wheat Commission|
Strategies to develop wheat genotypes to beat post-flowering heat and drought stress
|2015 to 2018||Funded byKansas Grain Sorghum Commission|
Physiological and Genetic Characterization of Grain Sorghum for Enhancing Terminal Heat and Drought Stress Resilience.
|2016 to 2017||Funded by TeachAccel|
Validating promising rice transgenic events identified with potential superior salt stress resilience.
|2016 to 2017||Funded by CGIAR [IRRI]-US [Kansas State University] Universities Linkage Program|
Rice pollen lipidomic and metabolite re-programming under heat stress.
|2016 to 2019||Funded by USAID Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Sustainable Intensification|
Unlocking the production potential of “polder communities” in coastal Bangladesh through improved resource use efficiency and diversified cropping systems.
|2015 to 2017||Funded by USDA Through US CGIAR Linkage Program|
Improving pearl millet productivity for smallholder resilience to climate change in Niger.