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Dr Steve Jackson

Job Title
Associate Professor
Department
Life Sciences
Phone
+44(0)24 76522571
Research Interests

Control of Flowering Time in Plants

Biography

1987-1990; PhD Cambridge University

1990-1993; Post-doc at the Institute fur Genbiologische Forschung (IGF), Berlin, Germany, with Prof. L.Willmitzer, studying genes involved in the tuberisation signal transduction pathway in potato plants

1993-1996; Post-doc at the Centro de Investigacion y Desarrollo, C.S.I.C., Barcelona, Spain, with Dr S.Prat (EEC Human Capital and Mobility grant), working on the molecular signals involved in the photoperiodic control of tuberisation / flowering

1996-present; I am an Associate Professor in the School of Life Sciences at Warwick University. My group is investigating the control of plant development and reproduction with particular emphasis on the photoperiodic control of flowering.

  • Matsoukas, Ioannis G., Massiah, Andrea J., Adams, S. R., Jackson, Alison C., Jackson, Stephen D., Ruiz, Veronica Valdes, Thomas, Brian, 2009. Ge?et??? ?a? f?s???????? a????s? t?? ?ea????t?ta?. 24? ?a?e?????? S???d??? ????????? ?ta??e?a? ?p?st?µ?? ?p?????pe?t????, ?????a, ?????-Greece, 20-23 ??t?ß???? 2009
  • Abbott, Aaron, Jackson, Stephen D., 2009. Identification of alleles conferring delayed bolting in lettuce. Annual Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, Glasgow, Scotland, June 28-July 01, 2009, Published in Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, pp. S198-S198
  • Matsoukas, Ioannis G., Thomas, Brian, Valdes, V. M., Jackson, Stephen D., Jackson, Alison C., Adams, S. R., Massiah, Andrea J., 2009. Juvenile phase change: towards a physiological and genetic understanding. Society for Experimental Biology, Annual Main Meeting, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 28 June - 01 July 2009
  • Massiah, Andrea J., Matsoukas, Ioannis G., Morris, Karl, Codrai, L, Thomas, Brian, Jackson, Stephen D., 2006. els : an early ?owering Arabidopsis thaliana mutant. Annual Symposium on Photomorphogenesis UK, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK, 17 - 21 Dec 2006
  • Thomas, Brian, Massiah, Andrea J., Jackson, Stephen D., Morris, K., Adams, S., 2006. Light signals in flowering. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Elsevier Inc
  • Kusaba, Shinnosuke, Jackson, Stephen D., Morris, Karl, Uchida, Makoto, Takishitam, Fumitaka, 2002. H1 gene is essential for the normal growth of arabidopsis. Plant Cell Physiology, Oxford University Press
Title Funder Award start Award end
China Partnering Award: Transgene-free Gene Editing in Plants BBSRC 01 Jul 2020 30 Jun 2024
A rapid and efficient method to enable germline gene editing in plants BBSRC 01 Sep 2020 28 Feb 2022
A system for the production of haploid inducer lines and cytoplasmic male sterile doubled haploids for efficient hybrid production NSF USDA BBSRC Joint call - Full Application BBSRC 01 Mar 2019 28 Feb 2021
China:UK collaborative exchange: Systemic Signaling in Plants BBSRC 01 Apr 2013 31 Mar 2017
BBSRC Industrial CASE Studentship Delayed bolting in rocket for improved quality and greater sustainability Ref BB/I016120/1 (Jemma Taylor) Elsoms Seeds Limited 01 Oct 2011 30 Sep 2015
Manipulation of Bolting Time for Improved Quality and Greater Sustainability in Lettuce production BBSRC 01 Mar 2009 28 Feb 2014
Collaboration on (IPA) BBSRC funded manipulation of Bolting Time in lettuce production and visiting researcher Rijk Zwaan 01 Oct 2008 28 Feb 2014
Amendment to collaboration on IPA/BBSRC funded: Manipulation of bolting time Rijk Zwaan 01 Oct 2009 31 Jan 2010