Spring 2021 Plant Pathology Seminars

Please contact Oliver Baars (obaars@ncsu.edu) with any questions about Plant Pathology seminars.

To access seminar recordings, scroll to the bottom of this page, click Department Intranet and log in with your Unity ID and password.

DateTimeSpeakerAffiliationTitle
1/114:00pmPlant Pathology Seminar CommitteeNCSUSpring Semester kick-off social
1/18-MLK Day--
1/254:00pmScott AdkinsUSDA-ARSWhat a time to be a virologist!
2/14:00pmCristi PalmerUSDA, IR-4 ProgramBlights, Mildews and More! Cross-Institutional Collaborations for Effective Disease Management
2/84:00pmKatrin AyerCornell University Advancing sustainable management of apple scab using SDHI fungicides.
2/154:00pmKevin HockettPennsylvania State UniversityCat and Mouse among the leaves: Leveraging Microbial Competition in the Phyllosphere
2/224:00pmMartijn RepUniversity of AmsterdamAccessory chromosomes in Fusarium oxysporum
3/14:00pmDavid McCallVirginia TechUsing aerial imagery to monitor and manage disease epidemics across turfgrass systems
3/84:00pmTiffany Lowe-PowerUC DavisUsing high-throughput genetics to map the fitness landscape of plant pathogenic Ralstonia
3/159:00amAsaph AharonyWeizmann Institute of Science, IsraelYin And Yang In The Rhizosphere: The Interplay Between Root Exudation and Microbiome Forces in the Tomato Underground World
3/224:00pmElizabeth SattelyStanford UniversityDiscovery and Engineering of Plant Chemistry for Plant and Human Health
3/294:00pmYing-Yu LiaoNCSUNovel compound, effectors and transcriptomics, managing diseases caused by Xanthomonas spp
4/54:00pmMizuho NitaVirginia TechUnderstanding species composition, infection process, and chemical management options of Colletotrichum species, the causal agents of grape ripe rot
4/124:00pmJose-Pablo Dundore-AriasCSU Monterey BayBuilding a Plant Pathology Research Program at a PUI: Sowing Interest, Nurturing Relationships, and Harvesting Success
4/194:00pmPatricia ManosalvaUC RiversideElucidating the molecular basis of Phytophthora - plant interactions: from model plants to crops
4/264:00pmRia VigilColorado State UniversityUnconscious Bias Awareness