Posted: October 3, 2017

Dr. Carolyn Malmstrom, Associate Professor of Plant Biology at Michigan State, visited PPEM October 1-3.

(L-R) Drs. David Geiser, Carolyn Malmstrom, Terrence Bell | Credit: Nancy Wenner, Penn State

(L-R) Drs. David Geiser, Carolyn Malmstrom, Terrence Bell | Credit: Nancy Wenner, Penn State

The Department of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology (PPEM) welcomed Dr. Carolyn Malmstrom, Associate Professor of Plant Biology at Michigan State University, October 1-3, 2017.

As PPATH 590 Colloquium speaker, Dr. Malmstrom presented a seminar titled "How has the domestication of landscapes influenced virus interactions with wild plants?"

Dr. Malmstrom met with a host of department faculty and students during her stay and was also introduced to the Roossinck Lab in the Millennium Science Complex.