Didn’t have a chance to attend the plenary sessions during the annual meeting? Or you did, but would like to listen again? Now these sessions are available as voice-over PowerPoint presentations for your ongoing reference.
Dr. André Drenth, Tree Pathology Centre, University of Queensland
Charles J. Arntzen - Biopharming and Plant-Made Pharmaceuticals
Roger Beachy - Plant Biotechnology and Agriculture: Is there a Role for the Public Sector?
Chris Field - Agriculture in a Changing Environment
Rob Horsch - The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Supporting Plant and Agricultural Sciences
Ray Martyn - Agriculture, Food Security and Public Health: Global Issues - Global Solutions
Gilbert Omenn - The Interface of Science and Policy: The Crucial Roles of Food and Health in Economic Development
Peter H. Raven - Biodiversity and Agriculture
Shiney Varghese - Global Water Crisis: Balancing Water for Agriculture and Public Health
Florence M. Wambugu - The Role of Africa Biofortified Sorghum (ABS) in Tackling Micronutrient Deficiency
Plenary Discussion - Arntzen, Beachy, Omenn
Plenary Discussion - Field, Horsch, Raven, Varghese, Wambugu
Paul Peterson- The American Phytopathological Society: The Society That Almost Wasn't
James MacDonald- The Growth of APS as a Publisher of Plant Pathology Literature
Jacque Fletcher- The American Phytopathological Society: Public service and outreach
Christopher Mundt- APS Leadership and Participation in International Agriculture
R. James Cook- Contributions of plant pathology in the life sciences in the past 100 years.
Anne Vidaver - Status of Women, Minorities and Other Groups in APS: View of a Past-President
Trish Lawrence - Enabling Everyone to Reach Their Full Potential: Lessons learnt from promoting gender diversity.
Lafayette Frederick - A Minority Plant Pathologist: Reflections and suggestions. (mp3 audio only