Alex Lindsey

Associate Professor, Crop Ecophysiology
The Ohio State University

Dr. Alex Lindsey is an Associate Professor of Crop Ecophysiology in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. Since joining the faculty in 2015, he has focused on how crops interact with environmental factors to influence growth and yield. He also teaches courses on crop production, plant physiology, and seed science and serves as coordinating advisor for the Agronomy specialization of the Sustainable Plant Systems major. Dr. Lindsey received his PhD in Agronomy from The Ohio State University in 2015 under Dr. Peter Thomison, and has been a Certified Crop Adviser since 2009 and Certified Professional Agronomist since 2016. Prior to coming to Ohio, he received his BS and MS degrees from Michigan State University.