Fouad Maalouf

Dr. Fouad Maalouf joined ICARDA as a senior scientist in 2007. His current research focuses on fava bean improvement. He has supervised 19 students on different aspects of fava bean breeding, and has authored or co-authored more than 42 research publications, including 32 referenced journal articles. He has contributed to the release of 16 fava bean varieties.

Prior to joining ICARDA, Maalouf coordinated the Lebanese component of an EU project targeting improved water-use efficiency in durum wheat, and taught botany and genetics at Saint Joseph University, Lebanon, and the Lebanese University. He holds a Ph.D. and completed a post-doc on fava bean breeding at Cordoba University, Spain, focused on the development of synthetic fava bean varieties.

Fouad Maalouf's Publications

Food legume production in China
Journal Article
April 30, 2017

Food legumes comprise all legumes grown for human food in China as either dry grains or
vegetables, except for soybean and groundnut. China has a vast territory with complex
ecological conditions. Rotation, intercropping, and mixed cropping involving...

New faba bean germplasm with multiple resistances to Ascochyta blight, chocolate spot and rust diseases
Integrated management of Ascochyta blight (Didymella fabae) on faba bean under Mediterranean conditions
Capturing the Heterogeneity of the Error Variances of a Group of Genotypes in Crop Cultivar Trials