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Nicholas Santantonio

Assistant Professor

The small grains breeding and genetics program at Virginia Tech is dedicated to the development and enhancement of technology for plant breeding and precision agriculture. We combine high dimensional genomics with high-throughput phenotyping to build the high depth genome to phenome networks necessary to drive accelerated breeding decision making.

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Twitter: @smallgrainsVA

Nicholas was recently inlcuded in the "Faculty Spotlight" post for the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences, shared on the Eastern Virginia Agricultural Research & Extension Center's Facebook page. 

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