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  • Harteveld accepts new position

    Dalphy Harteveld recently accepted a position at Wageningen University in the Netherlands focusing on pathology and disease management systems for apples. She is moving from the Department of Plant Pathology at Washington State’s Northwest Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon, WA, where she worked with Tobin Peever. Her projects at WSU focused on fungal […]

  • APS Webinar October 18 and 25

    FIELDSIDE MANNER: SERVING PLANT PATHOLOGY’S STAKEHOLDERS What Will Attendees Learn? How to be mindful of stakeholders’ thoughts, input, feelings, and cultures and understand how they communicate plant health problems. How to identify and adapt to the needs of various stakeholder groups in order to address plant health problems. Just as doctors must have good bedside […]

  • Intern joins du Toit’s program

    Haruka Fukada grew up in Kanagawa, Japan. She received a B.S. degree in Agriculture at Meiji University in 2011, where she majored in plant pathology in 2010-2011. Haruka assisted in developing a loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) marker to detect the DNA of turfgrass pathogens. She has worked at Sakata Seed Company in Japan since 2011, […]

  • Tanaka Research Highlighted

    Research Features Magazine highlighted the Kiwamu Tanaka lab’s research in an article entitled “An energetic molecule DAMPens plant disease by boosting defence mechanisms.”

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