Nadia Al-Tamimi

PhD Students

Alumni

Location:

Bld.2, Lev.3, Sea Side, 3254-WS20

Biography

Nadia graduated in Biochemistry from University College London (U.K.) and has a MSc. in Biosciences from King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (K.S.A). She joined the PhD in plant sciences at King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (K.S.A) in January 2015. She is interested in Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) to identify loci associated with traits contributing to salinity tolerance in rice.

Research Interest

Interests include various methods in molecular biology, genomics, bioinformatics and genetics to further investigate how certain plants adapt to saline environments, and determining molecular genetic basis of various traits that are hypothesized to contribute to salinity tolerance.

Selected Publications

  • Christin Luft, Jamie Freeman, David Elliott, Nadia Al-Tamimi, Janos Kriston-Vizi,Jacob Heintze, Ida Lindenschmidt, Brian Seed, and Robin Ketteler. Application of Gaussia luciferase in bicistronic and non-conventional secretion reporter constructs. BMC Biochemistry, 15:14 doi:10.1186/1471-2091-15-14 (2014)

Education

  • PhD, Plant Sciences, King Abdullah University for Science and Technology
  • 2014 MSc, Biosciences, King Abdullah University for Science and Technology
  • 2013 BSc (Honours), Biochemistry, University College London

Research Interests Keywords

Salinity tolerance Molecular biology Plant genomics