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Thank you, APS Volunteers!
Register Now for ICPP2018: Plant Health in a Global Economy
 
Network with leading scientists from across the world and help solve plant health problems at ICPP2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Advance registration rates will be available until April 12, 2018. Be sure to reserve your hotel room by June 29, 2018, for the best rates. We look forward to seeing you in Boston!
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SCIENCE
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Gramaje, Úrbez-Torres, and Sosnowski review grapevine trunk diseases (GTDs), which have become increasingly prevalent worldwide and are now considered a top research priority by the grape and wine-making industries. 
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Singh et al. discuss evidence that cyclophilins serve key functions in plant–pathogen interactions as virulence determinants in phytopathogenic fungi, as inhibitors of viral replication, and as suppressors of plant immunity. Open access for a limited time.
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Submit your research on Xylella fastidiosa! This Focus Issue will be widely read and highly cited, giving contributing authors maximum exposure. The deadline for submission is July 15, 2018.
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MEETING
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Make valuable one-on-one connections for your company with more than 2,000 plant pathologists from across the globe. Showcase your technology, and offer solutions for equipment services and needs. Hurry! Exhibition rates increase after today.
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Back by popular demand and better than ever, Family Friendly APS is coming to Boston! The Sprouts Kid's Corner will return with even more educational opportunities and offsite outings. Check for updates in Phytopathology News and on the ICPP2018 website.
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FOUNDATION
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Application periods for the International Travel Award, the John and Ann Neiderhauser Endowment (JANE) Award, and the Plant Pathology Experiential Awards close in 2 weeks. Submit your application now!
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ENGAGE
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The Office of International Programs (OIP) will host a silent auction at ICPP2018. This year's proceeds will support scientists from developing economies. Donate an item, become a sponsor, or sign up to volunteer and support this exciting event!
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Graduate Student Position Open with APS Office of Education (OE)
OE is seeking a graduate student to serve on its board for a 3-year term starting in August 2018. The student will gain experience promoting plant pathology curricula and educational offerings for APS members. The application deadline is February 26.
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Submit your proposal to expand training and outreach efforts with plant pathologists and extension personnel in developing countries. The deadline has been extended to February 16.
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RESOURCES
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Get expert advice from Iowa State University's Mark Gleason and Alison Robertson on how to make your manuscript submission to an APS journal as smooth and frustration free as possible. This webinar is ideal for graduate students, postdocs, staff members, and junior faculty in the United States and other countries.
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February Issue of Phytopathology News Online
The February 2018 issue of Phytopathology News recounts the past and looks to the future—from the invention of the printing press to ICPP2018. Read recaps of last year at APS, learn about funding opportunities, and more in the new issue.
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In Never Out of Season, Rob Dunn tells the story of the crops we most depend on and the scientists racing to preserve the diversity of life to save our food supply—and us. Order now! Members save 10%.
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A 25-year update of an APS bestseller, this new full-color resource addresses the major shifts in cultivation, continued shrinkage of genetic diversity, and development of more intense cultural management systems. Order before February 4 and save $10!
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RECENT JOBS
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Put your position in front of the top plant pathologists in the world and save up to $50. Post a job in the APS Job Center today!
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Did you know you can post your resume for FREE in the APS Job Center? Make yourself stand out in the plant pathology community. Post your resume today!
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NEWS
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DEADLINES
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The APS News Capsule is a benefit of your APS membership. Thank you for your continued support!
 
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