ABM, Chief Science Officer
Molly Cadle-Davidson first started with ABM as a consultant in 2013, but it wasn’t long before she was working full time as assistant chief scientific officer in January 2014. Now as chief science officer, she works to enhance ABM genomics strategies and to foster next-generation product development. Cadle-Davidson is an expert in the field of genetics and is well versed in the application of genomics and next-generation sequencing techniques for trait-based research and development. Prior to joining ABM, she was involved in government work with SRC, Inc. and aided other government-funded programs with the Departments of Homeland Security, State, Defense and Justice. While at SRC, Inc., her work resulted in one trade secret, two patents pending and one patent application currently being prepared for the company. Cadle-Davidson holds a Bachelor of Science in genetics from the University of California, as well as a Master of Science in plant pathology from Washington State University and a doctorate in plant breeding and genetics from Cornell University.
Articles by Molly Cadle-Davidson
- Today’s Regulatory Framework Doesn’t Work for Biologicals
- What’s Needed to Grow Food in Suboptimal Conditions?
- How Do Biologicals Interact with their Environment?
- Explore the Effects of Biologicals on Plants
- Get a Holistic Perspective of Biologicals’ Many Benefits
- Communicating with Plants
- Focused Microbial Diversity and Smart Selection
- Biologicals Benefit from Scientific Advancements
- What Exactly Is a Biological?