Carmela Rosaria Guadagno


Carmela Rosaria Guadagno and staff/student photo




Born and raised in Naples, Italy, I moved to Laramie in 2011 to work at UW after my PhD. Passionate about studying plant-environment interactions and phenotyping methods, I hold an academic home with the department of Botany. I consider myself fortunate to serve as the Director of the Plant Growth & Phenotyping Facility. In this role, I have the opportunity to lead the development of the strategic plan for the facility's utilization and operations while actively facilitating and contributing to research initiatives in various Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) settings. I ensure seamless operations at the facility and serve as the primary point of contact for both external and internal audiences. Driven by a commitment to dynamic scientific collaboration and excellence, I actively foster cross-disciplinary activities and partnerships in CEA, guaranteeing effective communication across campus and beyond. 

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