Dr Linh Hoang

Advance QLD Senior Research Fellow

School of Agriculture and Food Sustainability
Faculty of Science


Linh Hoang is an Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellow (Mid - career) in the School of Agriculture & Food Sustainability. She was the holder of Australian Development Scholarship (AusAID) and Endeavour Postgraduate Award for her Master and PhD studies. Linh was awarded Best Paper Award for Early Career Scientist in 2015 by the Australian Society of Plant Scientists for her research paper published in Functional Plant Biology Journal. She has been researching abiotic/biotic stress tolerance, nutritional enrichment, value-adding to Agricultural waste, and enhanced carbon capture/climate change resilience on several crops including rice, pigeonpea, chickpea, mungbean and grasspea. Her research focuses on using advanced biotechnology including genome editing for generation of climate-smart crops. Linh received an Advance Queensland Research Fellowship (Early - career) for her research on enhanced insect resistance in pigeonpea (2017-2021). She is/was the associate/principal supervisor of five PhD and two Master (by research) students.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Queensland University of Technology


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Book Chapter

  • Padwal, Chinmayee, Pham, Hong Duc, Hoang, Linh Thi My, Mundree, Sagadevan and Dubal, Deepak P. (2024). Deep eutectic solvents as green and cost-effective supercapacitor electrolytes. Supercapacitors: materials, design, and commercialization. (pp. 317-329) edited by Syam G. Krishnan, Hong Duc Pham and Deepak P. Dubal. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier. doi: 10.1016/b978-0-443-15478-2.00016-4

  • Noble, Thomas J., Williams, Brett, Hoang, Thi My Linh, Das Bhowmik, Sudipta Shekhar, Tan, Grace Zi Hao and Mundree, Sagadevan (2020). Genomic approaches to abiotic stresses in mungbean. The mungbean genome. (pp. 169-179) Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-20008-4_11

  • Hoang, Thi My Linh, Williams, Brett and Mundree, Sagadevan G. (2016). Manipulation of Programmed Cell Death Pathways Enhances Osmotic Stress Tolerance in Plants: Physiological and Molecular Insights. Drought Stress Tolerance in Plants, Vol 1. (pp. 439-464) Cham, Switzerland: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-28899-4_19

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