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Brett Carver

Brett Carvers work in wheat variety development continues a long tradition at OSU that began in the mid-1940s by Dr. A.M. Schlehuber, and continued by Dr. E.L. Smith from 1966 to 1998.

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Brett Carver, Regents Professor
Wheat Genetics Chair in Agriculture
Wheat Breeding and Genetics

Oklahoma State University
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
371 Agricultural Hall
Stillwater, OK 74078-6028
Office Location: 209F Noble Research Center
Phone Number: 405-744-9580
FAX Number: 405-744-0354

brett.carver@okstate.edu

 

Originating from Atlanta, GA, Dr. Carver attended the University of Georgia in Athens, where he studied and worked under Dr. Weaver (cotton geneticist) and Dr. R.H. Brown (crop physiologist), two influential agronomists who shaped and directed his career in crop science. Dr. Carver continued his education at North Carolina State University, conducting research in soybean lipid biochemistry under the direction of Dr. Rich Wilson (M.S. program) and in soybean genetics and breeding (PhD program with Dr. Joe Burton). In 1985, Dr. Carver joined the faculty at Oklahoma State University to begin a research and teaching career in quantitative genetics and wheat germplasm development. In 1998, Dr. Carver transitioned into leading the OSU Wheat Improvement Team and conducting a wheat breeding and genetics research program. His work in wheat variety development continues a long tradition at OSU that began in the mid-1940s by Dr. A.M. Schlehuber, and continued by Dr. E.L. Smith from 1966 to 1998.

 

Education

PhD: Crop Science (Breeding, Statistics), Department of Crop Science, North Carolina State University, 1985

MS: Crop Science (Physiology), Department of Crop Science, North Carolina State University, 1982

BS: Agronomy, Department of Agronomy, University of Georgia, 1980

Curriculum Vitae


Website/Social Media

www.wit.okstate.edu

Social Link TwitterBrett Carver @OSUwit