Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology contacts

Chair: Gillian Turgeon
Email: bgt1 [at] cornell.edu
(607) 254-7458

General: plantpathcornell [at] cornell.edu
 

Ithaca campus
Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section
School of Integrative Plant Science
Cornell University
135 Plant Science Building
236 Tower Road
Ithaca, NY 14853-5904]
Tel: 607-255-8659
Fax: 607-255-4471


Geneva campus
Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology Section
School of Integrative Plant Science
NYS Agricultural Experiment Station
Cornell University
A104 Barton Hall
630 W. North Street
Geneva, NY 14456-0462
Tel: 315-787-2331
Fax: 315-787-2389

 

Director of Graduate Studies
Adam Bogdanove
Email: ajb7 [at] cornell.edu
607-255-7831

Graduate Field Assistant
Josh Balles
jeb527 [at] cornell.edu
607-255-9573

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Tenured and Tenure-track Faculty, Senior Research Associates, and Senior Extension Associates

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These faculty have primary affiliations with other SIPS sections and Cornell units, USDA-ARS, or Boyce Thompson Institute.

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Faculty emeriti and other retired academics

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Graduate students in the Field of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology working in research programs on the Ithaca campus and at Cornell AgriTech

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Post-doctoral associates, research associates, extension associates, and lecturers

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Staff members support research scientists, maintain greenhouses and research fields, and manage administrative functions including communications, finance and outreach

PPPMB News

Recent insights, breakthroughs, news and other stories from Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

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News

Soil bacteria could improve crop yields, via fungi
Researchers know that a type of fungi called arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi establishes symbiotic relationships with the roots of 70% of all land plants. In this relationship, plants trade fatty acids for the fungi’s nitrogen and phosphorus...
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News

Meet our new faculty - spring 2021

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Spotlight

Meet our faculty: Lori Huberman
Academic focus: Fungal genetics and genomics Research summary: I study how fungi sense and respond to their environment. Specifically, I am interested in understanding how fungi sense available nutrients and efficiently utilize them. Accurate...
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