Dr Rachid Serraj, Director, DSIPS Program

August 15, 2010 at 6:00 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Dr Rachid Serraj, Director, DSIPS Program

Dr Rachid Serraj has joined ICARDA as Director of the Diversification and Sustainable Intensification of Production Systems (DSIPS) Program. He is an internationally respected crop scientist with a broad production systems background, having worked for more than 22 years with national research centers and international organizations.

Dr Serraj has a PhD in Agronomy and Crop Science from the University of Montpellier, France, and more than 150 scientific publications. He serves on several international scientific panels and editorial boards (Soil Science & Plant Nutrition, Crop & Pasture Science, Field Crops Research, Environmental Experimental Botany). His research interests include abiotic stress tolerance, soil fertility, legume-rhizobium symbiosis, deficit irrigation and water-use efficiency in arid areas. He previously worked at IRRI in the Philippines, as leader of the drought research team. He has also worked at the University of Marrakech, on a US Department of Agriculture project at the University of Florida, as principal scientist on drought at ICRISAT, and with a joint FAO-IAEA initiative in Austria. Welcome aboard!

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  1. Dear Dr. Serraj! I have heard you in Interdrought III at Shanghai last year. I am a big fan of you and of ICARDA. Many congratulations on joining ICARDA.

    I am a PhD student working on drought tolerance of Perennial ryegrass and plan to work with you some time in future on drought agronomy.

    SAJJAD HUSSAIN


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