Andrew H. Paterson

Andrew Paterson is a distinguished research professor and director of the Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory. PGML is a joint unit of the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.


07/23/18 - UGA crop geneticists awarded $935,000 to breed softer cotton and more resilient peanuts 03/19/18 - UGA Phenomics and Plant Robotics Center readies researchers for the intersection of big data, robotics and agriculture 02/09/17 - Crop scientists and engineers team up to help improve crops with robotic technology 11/15/16 - Feeding the world: UGA geneticist enhancing sorghum's drought resiliency 01/20/16 - UGA scientists using $5 million grant to combat invasive weed Johnsongrass 08/21/14 - Canola genome sequence reveals evolutionary 'love triangle' 10/31/13 - UGA-led international team receives grant to improve sorghum production 12/20/12 - UGA helps sequence the cotton genome 07/27/12 - UGA researchers in agriculture and forestry receive $2 million in grants to study biofuel crops 06/21/12 - Tomato sequencing project sheds light on its origins 03/15/12 - UGA scientist Andy Paterson named Regents Professor 07/14/11 - UGA researcher wins Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation Agriscience Award 07/07/10 - UGA researcher looking to develop perennial sorghum 07/30/09 - Miscanthus: Better Southeast biofuel crop 01/29/09 - Mapping sorghum's future 04/28/08 - UGA researchers help papaya take genetic spotlight 06/07/07 - UGA scientist sleuthing secrets of sorghum traits 02/22/06 - Finding answers to ancient genetic questions 01/21/04 - Scientists discover papaya have sex chromosomes 03/28/03 - UGA scientists plot key events in plant evolution 07/16/02 - 'Genes for Georgia' links biotechnology, economy 05/03/02 - UGA Finding Could Revolutionize Genetic Research 12/18/01 - Study Paves Way to Water-efficient Cotton 11/26/01 - Scientists Complete Peanut Molecular Map 10/31/01 - NSF Grants Support UGA Genetics Research 04/03/01 - The GMO Controversy and the Ivory Tower 08/16/00 - Technology Is the Future of U.S. Agriculture 03/24/99 - UGA Raises Stakes in Plant Genetics Research