- M.Sc., Environmental Protection and Agricultural Food Production, University of Hohenheim, Germany, 2006
- B.Sc., Horticulture, Agricultural University, India, 2004
Mr. Byreddy is part of a small team specialising in the regulatory efficacy of Plant Protection Products. He manages efficacy projects for clients, including planning and managing efficacy field trials (including 3D crops), reviewing trials reports, providing analysis of client's data and compiling efficacy dossiers for submission to European regulators. He has over 10 years of experience in compiling Biological Assessment Dossiers, Part B Section 3 dRR's and national addenda in compliance with current EU and UK regulatory guidelines, across for a wide variety of product types.
Mr. Byreddy also has experience in writing national Comparative Assessments and Mutual Recognition dossiers. He has extensive agronomic knowledge of numerous tropical and sub-tropical crops. He is an advanced user of field trials software (ARM and ARM ST) to analyse large datasets, with a high level of data automation. He specific expertise in identifying European earthworm species, gained as part of a previous study programme. He has also used the SAS program for scientific reporting of complex higher TIER studies. In addition, Mr. Byreddy has helped to deliver training in efficacy dossier writing, data management and peer reviewing, to enable the attendee to provide high-quality, technically sound, efficacy dossiers.
Mr. Byreddy's role in Exponent International Ltd. is to manage Plant Protection Product efficacy projects, compile Biological Assessment Dossiers and other evaluation documents, including Comparative Assessments, Mutual Recognitions and National re-registration dossiers, under the EU Plant Protection Products Directive and UK National Laws. His role also includes conducting Data Gap Analyses of clients existing efficacy data sets, provide guidance as to the type, amount and placing of efficacy trials within the EU and UK, to fulfil the necessary data requirements for PPPs and designing efficacy study plans. In addition, Mr. Byreddy can advise on the agronomy for crops grown in tropical and sub-tropical conditions.