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  • PLP 526 Students Present Research

    Graduate students Olga Kozhar, Chiti Agarwal, Yuxian Li, Shannon Carmody and John Weber gave a special seminar presenting the results of their class project “Strange Case of Pointed Morel”.  Over the course of the 2016 spring semester, the graduate students in Dr. Tobin Peever’s Advanced Fungal Biology class worked on phylogenetic analysis of unclassified specimens […]

  • One of Seven Winners

    WSU News | April 18, 2016 By Craig Lawson, International Programs PULLMAN, Wash. – Virus mutation, regional aquaculture and the accuracy of international mortality statistics are some of the research projects of faculty who received the Fourth Annual International Research Travel Awards (IRTA) from Washington State University last week. The winners are David Gang and […]

  • Rayapati attends Workshop in Nepal

    The USAID-funded Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Integrated Pest Management (IPM IL) conducted a three day “Training on Diagnosis of Plant Virus Diseases in Vegetable Crops” at the Plant Pathology Division of the Nepal Agricultural Research Council (NARC) in Kathmandu, Nepal March 1-3, 2016. The main objective of this workshop was to train the […]

  • Cynthia Gleason Joins Faculty

    Cynthia Gleason recently joined the Department of Plant Pathology, Washington State University (WSU) as an assistant professor working on nematology.  Gleason started working with plant parasitic nematodes as a graduate student at UC Davis in the group of Valerie Williamson.  Her work there focused on identifying the root-knot nematode effector that is recognized by the […]

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