Jennifer Corbin grew up in Greenwood, AR. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Business and Economics at the University of Arkansas. After graduating Jennifer then went to work full time for Mississippi State University Delta Research and Extension Center, where she was responsible for making all of the crosses for the rice breeding program. While working full time for the Rice Breeding and Agronomy team she earned her Master’s degree in Agronomy from Mississippi State. In Fall 2020, Jennifer accepted a position with Clemson University and Dr. Ksenija Gasic as Project Manager on the Armillaria Root Rot USDA SCRI grant and in 2021 added another Project Manager role for the FINDMe Nematode USDA SCRI grant and Dr. Paula Agudelo.
Jennifer enjoys anything with family, and most of her spare time is devoted to her two boys, Lyndon, and Leo.
Click here to view the FINDMe project website.
Click here to view Jennifer’s blog post on Armillaria root rot (ARR) solutions.