Co-Investigator in Bioenergy Crop Design
Professor of Horticulture
Michigan State University
Han completed his Ph.D. at Michigan State University in 1991 and Postdoc. at the University of Washington from 1991-1994. He joined the Horticulture Department at Michigan State University in 2011. His research interests include: molecular biology of secondary growth, secondary wall biosynthesis, feedstock development for bioenergy and biomaterials, drought tolerance, and annual growth cycle of trees.
Feedstocks, Poplar, Plan Transformation
Sustainable Bioenergy Cropping Systems