All seminars will be presented via Zoom. Some seminars will also be held in-person in the Toxicology Auditorium (TOX 2104) located at 850 Main Campus Dr, Raleigh, NC 27606.
Decisions regarding in-person seminars will be announced via email from the department.
|1/24||4:00pm||Alexandra Weisberg||Oregon State University||Mobilome flexibility confers robustness to good and bad symbionts of plants|
|2/7||4:00pm||Katie Gold||Cornell||Monitoring the invisible: Crop protection and pre-symptomatic disease detection with proximal and remote sensing|
|2/14||4:00pm||Tatsiana Shymanovich||NC State University||From revealing plant-microbe-insect interactions with Epichloe endophytes to developing rapid dectection methods for tomato pathogens|
|2/21||4:00pm||Joe Roberts||Clemson University||Understanding Turfgrass Microbiomes and Implications for Biological Control of Challenging Pests|
|2/28||4:00pm||David Ritchie||NC State University||Peaches: Living in the Bacterial World of Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas and Their Viruses|
|3/7||4:00pm||Maddie Flasco||Cornell University||Ecology of grapevine red blotch disease|
|3/21||4:00pm||Jennie Ofstein||NC State University||Research Ethics and Integrity at NC State - A Practical and Candid Conversation|
|3/28||4:00pm||Beth Farrell||NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services||The State of Agriculture in North Carolina and Possible Future Trends|
|4/4||4:00pm||Brian Kvitko||University of Georgia||Tolerance to host-defense-associated chemistry is a major factor for onion-bacterial interactions|
|4/11||4:00pm||Ken Frost||Oregon State University||Enhancing potato health through management-based optimization of plant and soil microbiomes|
|4/18||4:00pm||Sheng Yang He||Duke University||Rosie Perez Memorial Seminar|