Biography & Education
Anuj Chiluwal is a Ph.D. student in Agronomy at Kansas State University. His advisor is Dr. Krishna Jagadish S V. He is originally from Nepal. He completed his Bachelors of Science Degree in Agriculture from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Tribhuvan University Nepal. After that he worked in non-government as well as in government organization in Nepal for 5 years in agriculture sector.
Then he enrolled in MS Plant Biotechnology program at Fort Valley State University, Georgia, USA and completed his Master’s degree in July, 2014. He worked with various bioenergy grasses during that period and conducted his master's thesis research on “The study of effect of row spacing on growth parameters, root growth and biomass yield of energycane”. After his graduation, he worked as a research assistant in Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA, USA for 16 months. He started his PhD in Agronomy at Kansas State University in Dr Krishna’s lab from Spring 2016. He is currently working on “Physiological and genetic characterization of sorghum under terminal heat and drought stress” for his PhD thesis.
- M.S. Biotechnology, Fort Valley State University, Georgia, 2016
- B.S. Agriculture, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 2004