Incorporating new diagnostic methods into clinical use is a challenge. Many promising diagnostic methods are never implemented into diagnostic labs because they need to be tested or altered before they can be used and many diagnostic labs struggle to find validated methods that can be easily carried out. This 4-part webinar series is part of the upcoming
Plant Health 2020 special session “Technology Transfer: From The Lab To The Diagnostician’s Bench." This webinar series and the session are an essential component to moving towards robust standards, both locally and globally. Plant diagnostics needs to be supported by validated methods to underpin scientific credibility in the ever-changing environment that our stakeholders encounter. Timely and successful implementation of accurate diagnostic methods is a crucial part of any surveillance system for plant diseases and, ultimately, food security derived from healthy plants.
Join us as we explore the various issues involved with detecting pathogens and pests and delivering diagnostic results to prevent, monitor, and manage plant problems. As a member benefit, webinars are free to APS members and $49 for nonmembers.
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A Balancing Act: Development, Validation and Dissemination of Methods for Regulatory Plant Pathogens
Solutions from Scale: Diagnosing the need for new methods using real world data
Let us break it for you: inclusion of end-users in the development process
Approachable Science on Genetically Engineered Crops (GMOs)
Beyond the Ad Hoc Science Talk: Strategies for Creating and Maintaining Meaningful Collaborations with Middle School and High School STEM Teachers
Fieldside Manner: Serving Plant Pathology’s Stakeholders (Part 1 & Part 2)
Getting Your Manuscript Accepted by APS Journals (Even if English is Your Second Language)
How to become involved in collaborative international development projects
How to get or write a killer letter of recommendation
Intro to R for Plant Pathologists: Part 1
Intro to R for Plant Pathologists: Part 2
Non-linear Path to a Career in Plant Sciences
Preparing to teach a new course - Part 1: Strategies for success
Preparing to teach a new course - Part 2: Teaching styles and assessment
Project Reporting and Writing Impacts: Who Cares? You Should!
Scientific Presentations Don't Have to be Boring: Designing Slides with Your Audience in Mind
Show Me the Money: Effective Granstmanship in an Era of Growing Competitiveness
Take Your Course and Flip It!
Tips for successfully communicating your research project
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