Myriam Adam is a system agronomist, with a research focus on the understanding of crop growth and development within its environment. In CIRAD since 2012, she studies sorghum agro-biodiversity to define relevant traits for dual-purpose sorghum in West Africa, in collaboration with ICRISAT (Mali) and INERA (Burkina Faso).
Prior to this, she gained extensive experience in systems analysis and crop modelling working at State University of New York (USA), INRA (France), Wageningen University (The Netherlands) and the World Agroforestry Center (Kenya). She worked, particularly, within different projects such as the FP6-EU project SEAMLESS (2005-2009) and the CGIAR project Global Futures for Agriculture (2010-2012).
Currently she takes part in the CRP Dryland Cereals and the CRP Dryland Systems and is an active member of AGMIP (Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project).
In West Africa ( regionally)
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