User:David Johnston Monje

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David Morris Johnston Monje
  • Dr. David Morris Johnston Monje (or Dr. David M. Johnston the second)
  • A&L Biologicals
  • 2136 Jetstream Road
  • London, Ontario, Canada N5V 3P5
  • Phone: 519-457-2575 ext224

I'm a recently graduated doctoral student from the Canadian Laboratory for Inexpensive Maize Biotechnologies (otherwise known as Dr. Manish Raizada's lab) at the University of Guelph in Canada. I learned about OpenWetWare after my involvement in iGEM 2008, where I helped start up our university's first team. Check out that website here: iGEM Gueph 2008. Since making a website was a great experience for promoting the work, sharing ideas and techniques, and organizing the project, I made a similar one here for my PhD and now post doctoral work. Hope you find it useful and send me your comments via email!

Click to download David's Curriculum vitae



Click for seminal publication: Conservation and Diversity of Seed Associated Endophytes in Zea across Boundaries of Evolution, Ethnography and Ecology

Johnston-Monje D and Raizada MN (2011) Integration of Biotechnologies | Plant and Endophyte Relationships: Nutrient Management. In: Murray Moo-Young (ed.), Comprehensive Biotechnology, Second Edition, volume 4, pp. 713–727. Elsevier. (email me if you would like a copy) Click for abstract

Research interests

  • International Development
  • Plant Molecular Biology
  • Agricultural Policy
  • Microbial Ecology
  • Synthetic Biology
  • Metagenomics