Participants

Participation in the Insect Genetic Technologies Research Coordination Network is open to students (undergraduate and graduate), postdoctoral researchers, technical and scientific staff and independent investigators with an interest in insect science, genomics and genetic technologies. Knowledge of and/or expertise with insect genetic technologies is not required to participate in this network. In fact, those without specific knowledge of insect genetic technologies are especially encouraged to participate so that a broader understanding and application of these technologies can be developed.

As a participant you will be able to fully interact and access the resources on this site. You will be able to find experts interested in technologies or insect systems you are interested in, find consultants or collaborators and submit content to this site in the form of ‘posts’ to Technology Topics, Knowledgebase, Network Announcements and Activities.


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Participant Contact Research Focus
Muhammad Asif Qayyoum
Dr.
CV
ENTOMOLOGY DEPARTMENT
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad (PAK.)
University of Kentucky (USA)
FAISALABAD PUNJAB PAKISTAN
asifqayyoum@gmail.com
MUHAMMAD ASIF QAYYOUM
Soil/manure inhabiting mites taxonomy of mites parasitic mites
Hector Quemada
Director, Biosafety Resource Network
Institute for International Crop Improvement
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
St. Louis MO USA
hquemada@danforthcenter.org

My area of work is the regulation of genetically engineered organisms, including transgenic insects and transgenic crops.
Xinghui Qiu
Dr.
Institute of Zoology
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Beijing Beijing China
qiuxh@ioz.ac.cn

Insect biochemistry and toxicology cytochrome P450s
Zhou Qiang
Professor
State Key Laboratory of Biological Control
Sun Yat-sen University
Guangzhou  Guangdong P R China
lsszhou@mail.sysu.edu.cn
Insect-Plant biololgy
The effect of rice nutrtion on the reproduction and development of insect