Dr. Jose Dubeux

Associate Professor

Office Location: Marianna, FL.

Dr. Jose Dubeux received his B.S. in Agronomy (1990) at the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE), MS in Animal Science at the same University in 1995, and PhD in Agronomy at the University of Florida in 2005. During his PhD program, José received the Paul Harris Award in 2003 and 2004 and also the Robert F. Barnes award during the ASA-CSSA-SSSA meeting in Seattle (2004). His PhD Dissertation was elected the best Dissertation in 2005 by the Agronomy Department at UF. In 1997, Jose was hired as an Assistant Professor at UFRPE, where he stayed until 2013, before being hired at the University of Florida - NFREC. In Brazil, Jose was awarded a prestigious National Fellowship by CNPq, became Director of the International Office at UFRPE, and Dean for Research and Graduate Studies. After arriving at UF, Jose has been able to secure funds for his research program and attract graduate students. His research focus is nutrient cycling in forage production systems, with emphasis in C and N cycles. During his career, Jose has chaired 33 graduate students (16 PhD and 17 MS) and co-chaired or participated in the committee of 61 additional students. He published 150 articles in peer-reviewed Journals, edited books and authored book chapters. Jose has visited several countries as part of his professional activities, including Australia, China, Ethiopia, India, South Africa, Morocco, Madagascar, Burkina Faso, Tunisia, Italy, Argentina, Peru, and Canada.   

 

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Extension

Associate Professor — Forage Agronomy