Clifford Morrison, Ph.D.

Innovator at the Intersection of Synthetic Biology and Eco-Friendly Agriculture

About Me

Dr. Clifford Morrison is a distinguished microbial synthetic biologist based in Riverside, California. He currently serves as a postdoctoral research scholar in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering, University of California, Riverside.

With a robust background in chemical and biological engineering, Dr. Morrison specializes in the development of microbial biosensors tailored for environmental monitoring. His pioneering work focuses on engineering synergistic interactions between environmental microorganisms and plants, extending to innovative applications in agriculture.

Dr. Morrison is deeply committed to leveraging the principles of synthetic biology to enhance agricultural practices. His goal is to contribute to global efforts in feeding a growing population through more sustainable and environmentally friendly methods.

Additionally, he is recognized for his expertise in composting, vermicomposting, and the broader fields of sustainable and regenerative agriculture. Through his research and community outreach, Dr. Morrison aims to drive advancements in agricultural biotechnology to achieve greater food security and sustainability for future generations.