James Schnable

Associate Professor

B.S., Biology, Cornell University, 2008

Ph.D., Plant Biology, University of California-Berkeley, 2012.

Area of Focus – Computational Biology

James Schnable is an Associate Professor in the Department of Agronomy & Horticulture at the University of Nebraska Lincoln where his work focuses on maize and sorghum genomics, genetics, and genotype by environment interaction. Students in the Schnable Lab collaborate closely with faculty in statistics, computer science, or engineering. Schnable has helped found three startups commercializing bioinformatic, quantitative genetic, or digital agricultural technologies. His research is currently supported by the US Department of Agriculture, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, and the Nebraska Corn Growers.

For details on specific ongoing research projects in the lab and bios for current and former lab members, please visit schnablelab.org.

Recognition


Publications

(Selected from 72 publications 2010-2019; see Google Scholar)