Integrated Plant Genetics Inc.
6911 NW 22nd St., Ste C
Gainesville, FL 32653


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Adding Value to Crops and Foods with Advanced Gene & GRAS Technologies


Tel: +1 (386) 418-3494
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IPG's Management Team

Dean W. Gabriel, Ph. D., president and chairman of IPG (e-mail: gabriel@ipgenetics.com), founded IPG in 1998. He is also professor of plant pathology and plant molecular and cellular biology at the University of Florida. He has long been affiliated with the ICBR (Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research) and directs the ICBR Biological Safety Level 3 Plant Containment Facility on the UF campus. Dr. Gabriel has also served (1990-6) as a consultant on a United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO) project to create transgenic poplars in China and (1998) as Panel Manager for the U.S.D.A.’s Biotechnology Risk Assessment grant program.

Charles E. Reed, Director (e-mail: reedbros@juno.com), is owner of Reed Brothers Citrus Nursery in Dundee, FL, (Phone: 1-863-439-1916) and currently serves as a citrus industry liaison for IPG and also provides extensive citrus market advice and citrus production help to IPG. He also provides certified, improved citrus materials to IPG.

Shujian Zhang, Ph.D., Chief Operations Officer (email: zhang@ipgenetics.com), is a molecular geneticist and plant pathologist with extensive experience in plant molecular biology and microbial disease resistance.

For general inquiries, please send e-mail to info@ipgenetics.com. .



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