First-of-its-Kind Method Trains Dogs to Detect and Protect Vineyards Against Leafroll 3 and Red Blotch Virus
Dr. Schneider has 23 years of experience as a molecular biologist, specializing in studying virology, insect transmitted diseases and pathogen evolution. Over the course of his career Dr. Schneider has worked on numerous diagnostic tools for pathogens, including PCR, real-time PCR, deep sequencing and mass spectrometry.
Before joining BDK9, Dr. Schneider worked 16 years for the USDA in the Foreign Disease/Weed Science Research Unit developing advanced pathogen detection methods and studying the evolution of plant virus diseases in the U.S. He received his BS in Biology from the University of Minnesota/Duluth and a Ph.D in genetics from Michigan State University.