Organized by The American Phytopathological Society (APS), the symposium was held December 12-14, 2007 in Louisville, KY. A diverse audience of more than 250 attendees participated in the event that was coordinated by Raymond Schneider, Louisiana State University, and a technical program planning committee. In addition to opportunities to network and explore new areas of investigation, participants appreciated and actively engaged in important presentations, posters, and discussions.
The organizers thank the sponsors, symposium attendees, presenters, and organizers for making the 2007 symposium a success.
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