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Big Congratulations to Dr. David Geiser on being elected a Fellow of the Mycological Society of America

Posted: April 18, 2012

David Geiser was elected a Fellow of the Mycological Society of America (MSA) for 2012. MSA Fellows are recognized as outstanding mid-career mycologists on the basis of their record of mycological research, teaching, and service. Fellows will be honored at a ceremony at the MSA meeting in New Haven, Connecticut in July.
Dr. David Geiser, Professor of Plant Pathology and Director of the Fusarium Research Center

Dr. David Geiser, Professor of Plant Pathology and Director of the Fusarium Research Center

MSA Fellows are to be selected from members who have completed at least 11 years of service after their Ph.D., with no upper limit.

MSA Fellows are members who are outstanding mycologists on the basis of one or more criteria: a solid record of mycological research, and/or successful teaching and development of teaching materials for mycology, and/or significant service to the Society. This is meant to recognize a core group of mid-career mycological achievers and outstanding MSA volunteers.

Dr. Geiser is a Professor of Plant Pathology and Director of the Fusarium Research Center. For more information about Dr. Geiser and his research, click here.