Prof. Dr. Yariv Brotman

Researcher

Ben-Gurion University

Yariv Brotman holds a MSc and Ph.D. degree from Bar-Ilan University, Israel, where he made research on the topic of map-based cloning of plant resistance genes in Melon, following by a Post-doc at the Weizmann Institute, studying the interactions between plants and beneficial microorganisms.

Previously, he worked at Max Panck institute for Molecular Plant Physiology where he carried out research on quantitative genetics of metabolic traits in viersue plant systems including major crops. He is currently a Researcher at Ben-Gurion University, Israel, working in the same field.

Other speakers in 2020

Singapore

Alexander Lezhava, PhD

Associate Director, Office of Strategic Alliances & Knowledge Management, Genome Institute of Singapore
Senior Group Leader, Translational Research Group, Genome Institute of Singapore

Denmark

Bogi Eliasen

Director of Healt
Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies, Head of Denmark Unit at International Network of UNESCO Chair in Bioetics
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