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Plant Pathology

Plant Pathology

Plant Pathology Seminars Fall 2020

ZOOM ONLY – Time: 4:05 PM - (Period 9).

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September 1 Jeremy Brawner Plant Pathology Department University of Florida Get to know students, Introductions
September 8 Jose Huguet-Tapia Plant Pathology Department University of Florida Bioinformatics Applications in Plant Pathology
September 15 Valerie de Crecy-Lagard Microbiology & Cell Science Department University of Florida The next “big data” challenges of the post-genomic era
September 22 Steven Salzberg Biomedical Engineering Department John Hopkins University Sustainability indicators for agriculture
September 29

Harsh Bais Department of Plant and Soil Sciences University of Delaware

SWEET TALKERS: Association of beneficial microbes modulates plant responses against stress.
October 6 Jan Kreuze Crop Systems Science Division International Potato Center Next generation diagnostics: from continental viromes to field level molecular diagnostics
October 13 Diane Saunders Plant Health John Innes Centre The wheat-rust conflict: shifty enemies and the long reach of genomics
October 20 Anshul Kundaje Genetics, Stanford University Deep learning approaches to decipher motif syntax of the cis-regulatory cod
October 27 Jim Holland USDA ARS Maize Genetics Maize disease resistance: so many genes, so little time
November 3 Brian Kvitko Plant Pathology Department University of Georgia Pantoea ananatis: a novel type of bacterial necrotroph
November 10 Sebastian Schornack Sainsbury Laboratory University of Cambridge Common plant processes for symbiotic and pathogenic microbial interactions
November 17 Ana Conesa Cegarra Microbiology & Cell Science Department University of Florida Multiomics and Third Generation Sequencing: at the forefront of genomics research
November 24 Sylvain Raffaele INRA, France Adaptations to diffuse co-evolution in the polyphagous plant pathogenic fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
December 1 Lotus Lofgren Stajich Lab University of California, Riverside Genomic Signatures of Host Specificity in Ectomycorrhizal fungi
December 8 Don Gardiner Pathogenomics CSIRO Agriculture Fusarium pathogenomics

Fall 2020 Seminar Coordinator – (Room 1401, Fifield Hall – UF)