• Vafadarshamasbi, U., Mace, E., Jordan D., & Crisp, P. A. (2022). Decoding the sorghum methylome: understanding epigenetic contributions to agronomic traits. Biochemical Society Transactions, 50 (1), 583-596. doi: 10.1042/bst20210908.

  • Vafadar Shamasbi, F., Jamali, S. H., Sadeghzadeh, B., & Abdollahi Mandoulakani, B. (2017). Genetic Mapping of Quantitative Trait Loci for Yield-Affecting Traits in a Barley Doubled Haploid Population Derived from Clipper × Sahara 3771. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8(688). doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.00688.

  • Vafadar Shamasbi, F., Nasiri, N., & Shokri, E. (2018). Genetic Diversity of Persian Ecotypes of Indian Walnut (Aeluropus littoralis (Gouan) Pari.) by AFLP and ISSR Markers. Cytology and Genetics, 52 (3), 222-230. doi:10.3103/S009545271803012X.

  • Sadeghzadeh, B., Jamali, S. H., & Vafadar Shamasbi, F. (2017). Identification of MFLP Fingerprint for Higher Seed Zinc Accumulation in Barley DH Population. Serbian Genetic Society (Genetika), 3 (49), 843-852.

  • Mahjoob, B., Zarini, H. N., Hashemi, S. H., & Shamasbi, F. V. (2016). Comparison of ISSR, IRAP and REMAP markers for assessing genetic diversity in different species of Brassica sp. Russian Journal of Genetics, 52(12), 1272-1281. doi:10.1134/S1022795416120073.

  • Sadeghzadeh, B., Vafadar Shamasbi, F., Golkari, S., & Abdollahi Mandoulakani, B. (2016). Mapping QTLs regulating morpho‐physiological traits and grain yield in barley. 15th International Cereal and Bread Congress,18-21 April 2016, Istanbul, Turkey.

Ulduz is a PhD scholar at the University of Queensland. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Agriculture and Plant Breeding, and completed a master's degree in Biotechnology. As an experienced molecular biologist and geneticist, Ulduz focuses her research on crop genetic improvement. For her PhD studies, she joined the School of Agriculture and Food Science at the University of Queensland in Australia, where her research project is related to investigating epigenetic contributors to major agronomical trait variation in sorghum. Ulduz plans to work with breeding programs to increase the adoption of new technologies for increased efficiency of crop improvement.