Christina Kay Kennedy, American microbiologist, director, biology professor. Achievements include research in field of genetics of nitrogen fixing bacteria. Named Outstanding Teacher, University Arizona, 1995; grantee, United States Department of Agriculture, 1992—2002, National Science Foundation, 1997—2002; Commonwealth fellow, The Royal Society, 1978.
Research associate Department of Biology, Sussex University, 1972-1973. Principal scientific officer Agriculture and Food Research Council, Brighton, England, 1972—1991. Professor department plant pathology and microbiology University Arizona, Tucson, since 1992.
Advisor, New Delhi, 1983. International advisory board nitrogen fixation Pasteur Institute, Paris, since 1995. Editor Ferns Microbiology Journal, 1998—2003, Journal of Bacteriology, Washington, 2000—2005.
Program director National Science Found, Arlington, Virginia, 2004—2006.
1972 - 1973
1972 - 1991