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Dr Geoffrey Denton joins Tozer Seeds as Plant Pathologist

20-04-2018

Dr Geoffrey Denton

Dr Geoffrey Denton recently joined Tozer Seeds Ltd as Plant Pathologist. He will be involved in our disease resistance breeding programs and his role will include developing new tests for analysing diseases in seed, helping to ensure we continue to improve our quality standards and better enhance our quality control.

Dr Denton is a highly experienced plant pathologist with a PhD in Biology from Imperial College London. He comes to us with field and glasshouse trial experiences gained from the John Innes Centre, Rothamsted Research, ADAS and RHS Wisley.

He said “I am delighted to be joining Tozer Seeds and am looking forward to applying my expertise in plant pathology to the field of seeds.”

Dr Frances Gawthrop

Dr Frances Gawthrop, Director of Research and Development said “I am really pleased to welcome Geoff to the R&D team.  His experience in plant pathology is a great asset and will support our breeding programmes and quality control.  He will also work on collaborative research projects run in conjunction with a number of British universities.”

 

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