March 2020, Volume 54, Issue 3
A phytopathologist by trade, Verdier holds a doctorate in plant science and studies the interactions between phytopathogenic bacteria and tropical plants, an understanding of which is crucial to food safety.
The Graduate Student Committee would like to invite all APS members to submit entries for the 2020 Art in Phytopathology contest!
Lisa Vaillancourt takes over for Doug Jardine as the Webinar EIC.
Editor-in-Chief Harald Scherm announced next year’s focus issue on population genomic- and phylogenomic-enabled advances to increase insight into pathogen biology and epidemiology.
Meet some of the amazing people who support APS Foundation. Learn more about who they are and why they give their time and resources to support others.
Take a look at our featured graduate student of this month!
Nematodes as Plant Pathogens
This year, the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science awards recognize the achievement of scientists in the field of life sciences: biotechnology, ecology, epigenetics, epidemiology, and infectiology.
The course described how the science of crop improvement intimately links to food security, national and international politics of food and agriculture, and science communication.
Check out the latest research highlights in the field of plant pathology.