P.O. Box 748
Tifton, GA 31794
Research area: Perennial warm season grass genetic
Additional website: USDA ARS Research
Dr. Anderson received a BS in Biochemistry from University of New Hampshire. Spent 3 years in Peace Corps – Zaire (now Dem Rep of Congo) teaching and working on nutrition project with local hospital and farmers. He went on to receive a MS and Ph.D. at North Carolina State University (1985 and 1989). Bill has worked in Genetics/Breeding in peanut and cotton most of his career. Currently he is a Research Geneticist with USDA/ARS - Crop Genetics and Breeding Research Unit – Tifton, GA from March 2003 to present. Dr. Anderson is responsible for breeding perennial grass species for pasture, hay and bio-fuels for Southeastern United States.
|M.S.||Crop Science - Plant Breeding||North Carolina State University||1985|
|Ph.D.||Crop Science - Plant Breeding||North Carolina State University||1989|