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Plant Pathology Fall Seminar Series

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DATE

SPEAKER

TITLE

September 13

Jose Huguet-Tapia

Research Assistant Scientist Department of Plant Pathology University of Florida

How machine learning can be applied to genomics research

September 20

Adegbola Adesogan

Department of Animal Sciences

Director, Food Systems Institute University of Florida

Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

September 27

Tim Friesen Research Scientist USDA ARS

Fargo, ND

Parastagonospora nodorum uses multiple necrotrophic effectors with dual functions to colonize wheat

October 4

Josh Konkol

Graduate Student Department of Plant Pathology

University of Florida

Winning the Race:

Harringtonia lauricola and xylem colonization

October 11

Bill Hammond

Assistant Professor Department of Agronomy University of Florida

Plant death in the Anthropocene

October 18

Manoj Choudhary

Graduate Student Department of Plant Pathology

University of Florida

My scientific exploration in plant pathology at the University of Florida

October 25

Rimnoma (Serge) Ouedraogo

Associate Director

USAID Innovation Lab on Current and

Emerging Threats to Crops Pennsylvania State University

Plant Village: Solutions for African Farmers

November 1

Melissa Irizarry

UF-IFAS Plant Diagnostic Center Department of Plant Pathology

University of Florida

Detection and Management of Disease in Greenhouse Grown Watermelon Transplants

November 8

Gary Vallad & Dream Team Colleagues

Department of Plant Pathology University of Florida

How to Win a Multimillion Dollar Grant!

November 15

Robert Hijmans

Professor Department of Environmental

Science and Policy

University of California Davis

TBD

November 29

Andy Gitto

Graduate Student Plant Pathology Department

University of Florida

Pods, Martians, and CATIE: Ingredients to identify and predict resistance to Phytophthora megakarya

in Theobroma cacao, the chocolate tree.

December 6

Anuj Sharma

Postdoctoral Research Associate Plant Pathology Department University of Florida

Mutations in Xanthomonas transcription activator-like (TAL) effectors contribute to host adaptation