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NEW from The American Phytopathological Society!

Call for Nominations

Now accepting nominations for the 2024 APS Council election and the 2024 APS honorary awards. Submit your nominations by December 1, 2023.

Council Nominations Award Nominations

Register for the APS Committee Vice Chair Onboarding Session

APS Subject Matter and Career Pathway​ Committee Vice Chairs are invited to attend one of the two session offerings in September.

Plant Health 2023

Thank you for making Plant Health 2023 a success!​

Over a thousand plant science experts were in Denver, Colorado, on August 12–16 for a meeting program that illuminated the interconnectivity of local and indigenous knowledge to the future of global agriculture and collaboration on the latest in plant science with peers and experts. Save the date for Plant Health 2024!

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Research Ethics​ Course

Regional to Global Implications

Online Wednesdays, Jan. 17 - Apr. 24, 2024

Discover your own ethical sense in science ​and model and advocate for high ethical standards in your work. Don't miss this interactive, discussion-based course with expert instructors Mark Gleason and Leonor Leandro of Iowa State University. ​

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H. H. Flor Distinguished Reviews

“For each gene that conditions reaction in the host there is a corresponding gene in the parasite that conditions pathogenicity.”

—Harold H. Flor

To honor both H. H. Flor’s enduring legacy and the impact of current scientists who persist in making strides toward more scientific breakthroughs, MPMI has developed the H. H. Flor Distinguished Review manuscript category, which presents invited articles written by leading scientists who have significantly changed our collective point of view in an area of molecular plant-microbe interactions. Read the first two reviews in this series—written by Peter Dodds and Jijie Chai et al.​—in the newest issue of MPMI.  

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