Mushroom industry groups and an alumnus have donated to the Foundations for Leadership and Innovation Endowment in Plant Pathology.
Congratulations to Steve Conaway for successfully defending his doctoral dissertation this afternoon.
Congratulations to Brian Aynardi for successfully defending his dissertation titled "Sclerotinia homoeocarpa: Pathogen biology and molecular detection methods."
The Dept. of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology welcomes the Fall 2016 class of new graduate students.
PPEM dept. members continue noteworthy monthly outreach at North Atherton Farmers Market.
Ag Progress Days PPEM volunteers coordinator Judy Sinn credits dept. members for successful PPEM interactive display.
The Foundations for Leadership and Innovation Endowment in Plant Pathology will develop novel undergrad, grad, and postdoc training and research programs.
Virus: An Illustrated Guide to 101 Incredible Microbes by Dr. Marilyn Roossinck was released the week of August 8.
Genna Tesdall relates Rome and Washington, D.C. experiences with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
The dept. congratulated the SROP and the Plant Friends and Foes students on the successful completion of their summer research.
The dept. has announced a tenure-track faculty position for Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology: Epidemiologist and Field Crop Pathologist. Review of applications will begin Sept. 1 and continue until a suitable candidate is identified.
Graduate students and staff showcased research and answered gardening questions at North Atherton Farmers Market on July 23.
Vegetable pathology team completes onion harvest at Larson Ag Research Center and SE Ag Research and Extension Center.
Students hosted by Rosa Lab place first in 2016 Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) Research Symposium CASSE category.
Ph.D. candidate Chris Smyth seeks to raise $4,000 by Aug. 13 to fund Sept. research at three Florida sea turtle nest sites.
Successful rocket launch at 12:45 a.m. today takes mushroom experiment to International Space Station on Wednesday.
Dr. Khoshnood Nourollahi, Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology and Mycology at Ilam University in Iran, joined the Kang lab on July 18.
The first PPEM Bioinformatics Workshop, a beginner’s guide to basic sequence analysis, was held July 11–15.
Margaria's awards provide opportunity to present research results at the XVII Int'l Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Congress.
Randy Dreibelbis, Plant Pathology Farm Operations Coordinator, sends photos from the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center.