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Fall 2022 Plant Pathology Seminars

Please contact Adrienne Gorny (agorny@ncsu.edu) or Peter Balint-Kurti (pjbalint@ncsu.edu) with any questions about Plant Pathology seminars.

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Fall 2022 Plant Pathology Seminars

With the exception of the 9/12 seminar, all Plant Pathology seminars will be held in the Plant Sciences Building (Seminar Room A) and will be accessible via Zoom.

The seminar on 9/12 will be held in the Stephens Room (Thomas 3503) and virtually via Zoom.

8/2211:15 AMAnders HusethNCSU (DEPP)Challenges and opportunities for pest management in complex agroecosystems:lessons learned from intensive row crop production in North CarolinaDEPP Seminar
8/224:00 PMIce Cream SocialNCSU (DEPP)Will be held in the Stephens Room (3503 Thomas Hall) and the 3rd floor atrium area located directly outside the seminar roomDEPP Seminar
8/2911:15 AMBob AlderinkRaleigh Natural Sciences MuseumMuseum Science Outreach: Informal science communication on-site and in the community.
8/309:00 AMJames R. CareyDepartment of Entomology & Nematology, University of California, DavisBest practices for science seminars: Design principles and presentation strategiesDEPP Seminar
9/5Labor Day---
9/1211:00 AMAdrian PercyDirector, North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative, North Carolina State UniversityNC PSI: Harnessing Interdisciplinary Research in the Plant SciencesDEPP Seminar
9/194:00 PMDavid RasmussenNCSU (DEPP)Exploring the tradeoffs that regulate pathogen emergence using genomic epidemiologyDEPP Seminar
9/264:00 PMJunhyun JeonNCSU (DEPP)Dynamics and epigenetic regulation of fungal nucleolus in the rice blast fungusDEPP Seminar
10/311:15 AMSydney CrawleyNCSU (DEPP)Fighting Bites: Improving Pest Management in Urban Ecosystems through Extension and ResearchDEPP Seminar
10/34:00 PMJim HollandNCSU (Crop and Soil Sciences)Ignorance-based breeding for resistance to Fusarium ear rot in corn
10/10Fall Break---
10/174:00 PMDavid ElrodNCSU (Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity)ADA in the WorkplaceDEPP Seminar
10/244:00 PMMarlonni MaurastoniNCSU (DEPP)Towards defining the viral and vector determinants of tomato spotted wilt virus entry into thrips midgutsDEPP Seminar
11/74:00 PMMichael KudenovNCSU (Electrical and Computer Engineering)Optical High Throughput Phenotyping of Crops and Produce
11/144:00 PMPablo Delgado SanchezNCSU (DEPP)Environmental stress response in plants: an ecophysiological and molecular approach
11/214:00 PMAnne SimonUniversity of MarylandDevelopment of novel, independently mobile subviral RNA VIGS vectors for delivery of siRNAs into trees and vines to control pathogens and alter gene expression
11/284:00 PMLanxi HuUniversity of GeorgiaImmunity's coming of age: Molecular mechanisms of age-associated disease resistance in Arabidopsis