Contact information:

  • PhD student in Plant Physiology– Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Spain
  • Msc in Plant Breeding – Instituto Agronómico Mediterráneo de Zaragoza (IAMZ), Spain
  • Engineer in Agronomy, sp. Crop Science and Technologies – École National d’Agriculture de Meknès (ENAM), Morocco

Fatima Zahra Rezzouk is a State Engineer in agronomy with a speciality in Crop Science and Technologies from National School of Agriculture in Meknes (ENAM), Morocco (2016). And holds a Msc in Plant breeding from the The Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ), Spain (2018). She has joined the Integrative Crop Ecophysiology Group of the Universitat de Barcelona in 2017 as an IAMZ intern with a CIHEAM scholarship, to develop her degree thesis about the combined use of remote sensing approaches and isotopic signature to evaluate Bread Wheat performance under elevated temperature and vernalization. Since then, she has been handling different tasks within the group.

Currently, Fatima Zahra is granted an FI-AGAUR fellowship to develop her PhD thesis within the Integrative Crop Ecophysiology Group. Her main investigation lines deal with the use of shovelomics, soil coring and stable isotopes to evaluate wheat performance under Spanish field conditions; and the use of remote sensing and stable isotopes to monitor/evaluate Quinoa and Salicornia growth and response under salinity stress.