Profile TabsProfileDr. Emilie RegnierAssociate ProfessorResearch (35%) and Teaching (15%) in weed email@example.com(614) 292-8497Office: 310C Kottman Hall Professional InformationDegrees & Credentials: Ph.D., Agronomy, 1986 University of IllinoisM.S., Agronomy, 1983 University of IllinoisB.S., Biology, 1977 Vassar College,Research Area(s): Weed EcologyWeedy and Invasive Species Seed Biology & EcologyBiography: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1995-present Associate Professor, Ohio State University 1987-1994 Assistant Professor, Ohio State University AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY IN EXTENSION, RESEARCH, TEACHING Current research interests are the biology and ecology of seeds of weedy and invasive species as related to mechanisms of spread and persistence and targets for improved weed management strategies. Recent efforts have addressed the impact of vertebrate and invertebrate organisms on seed dispersal, seed predation, and seed survival in giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida), a major annual weed in grain crops. An additional interest is the development of weed control methods for organic vegetable and grain crop production. Regular teaching responsibilities are HCS 422 (Principles of Weed Science, responsible for lab) and HCS 414 (Crop Science Lab). Additional courses offered on an ad-hoc basis are HCS 694 and 830 (Current Topics in Weed Biology/Ecology). WorksNo works available.