Carlos Bolaños

Research Agronomist

Carlos is an Ecuadorian Researcher which has been involved in Research and Productivity projects related to potato, roses, oil palm, coffee, soybean, black beans, and wheat. In 2018, he received a Ph.D. in agronomy and Horticulture with specialization in Plant Pathology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. He did postdoctoral training at the Ohio State University focusing on pathogens affecting the seed and resistance breeding. He has participated in several projects from the US Department of Agriculture and US Agency for International Development being the most significant Collaborative Research Support Program (Pulse CRSP) to alleviate hunger in Haiti. His work will be of great help to support the Sustainable Agriculture component of the Galapagos Verde 2050 project, improving the quality of life and food security for settlers of the Archipelago.

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