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Collaborations

The Emerging Pests and Pathogens Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BOYCE THOMPSON INSTITUTE FOR PLANT RESEARCH,, ITHACA, NY
  • Virus-Protein Interactions Mediating Protein Trafficking
  • CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, Clemson, SC
  • Isolation, Identification, and Management of Phytophthora species in Nurseries and Greenhouses
  • COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, CO
  • Updating Potato Seed Certification Practices to Effectively Manage Emerging Virus Disease Issues
  • Integrating Next-generation Technologies for Blackleg and Soft Rot Management in Potato
  • Safeguarding the U.S. Seed Potato Industry Against Emerging Seed Potato-Borne Pathogens That Impact Trade and Farm Viability
  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NY
  • Mechanisms of Compatible and Incompatible Interactions Between Potato and Potato Cyst Nematodes
  • Identifying Novel Potato Germplasm with Resistance Against Cyst Nematode and Dickeya Pathogens
  • Immunity to Potato Cyst Nematodes
  • Mechanisms of Compatible and Incompatible Interactions Between Potato and Potato Cyst Nematodes
  • Leveraging a Structure-Function Approach to Block Polerovirus Transmission by Aphids
  • Genomics Approaches for Understanding and Managing Blackleg and Soft Rot in Potato
  • Equipment for Golden Nematode (GN) Lab-Dimock Building at Cornell University
  • Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Polerovirus Movement in Plants and Aphids
  • Development and Release of Golden Nematode Resistant Potatoes
  • Genomic and Functional Analysis of Emerging and Persistent Plant Pathogenic Bacteria to Support Disease Control
  • Top-Down Proteomics in Support of Proteogenomics of Bacterial Plant Pathogens
  • Discovery and Management of Diseases of Floriculture Crops
  • Identification of Genes and Gene Products Involved in Vector-Pathogen Interactions to Control Vector-borne Pathogens
  • FOOD & AGRICULTURE, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF, Visalia, CA
  • A Screen of Nodule-Specific Cysteine-Rich Peptides for Control of the HLB Bacterium in Citrus
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI
  • New Technologies that Manage Profit-Limiting Diseases with a Focus on Botrytis
  • MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY, INC., Bozeman
  • Updating Potato Seed Certification Practices to Effectively Manage Emerging Virus Disease Issues
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Therapeutic Molecule Evaluation and Field Delivery Pipeline for Solutions to HLB
  • Leveraging a Structure-Function Approach to Block Polerovirus Transmission by Aphids
  • NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, FARGO, ND
  • Optimizing Diagnostics to Detect an Emerging Virus, Potato Mop Top Virus, in Tubers and in its Soil Borne Vector, Spongospora subterranea
  • OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER, OK
  • Monitoring and Molecular Characterization of Pythium species in Floricultural Greenhouses of NY and OK
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR
  • Safeguarding the U.S. Seed Potato Industry Against Emerging Seed Potato-Borne Pathogens That Impact Trade and Farm Viability
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOSCOW, ID
  • Identifying Novel Potato Germplasm with Resistance Against Cyst Nematode and Dickeya Pathogens
  • Updating Potato Seed Certification Practices to Effectively Manage Emerging Virus Disease
  • Safeguarding the U.S. Seed Potato Industry Against Emerging Seed Potato-Borne Pathogens That Impact Trade and Farm Viability
  • UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT & STATE AGRICULTURAL C, BURLINGTON, VT
  • Genetics and Demography of Invasive Knapweeds (Centaurea spp.)
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM, MADISON, WI
  • Updating Potato Seed Certification Practices to Effectively Manage Emerging Virus Disease Issues
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC
  • Safeguarding the U.S. Seed Potato Industry Against Emerging Seed Potato-Borne Pathogens That Impact Trade and Farm Viability.
  • WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, THE, ST. LOUIS, MO
  • Roles of Auxin During Pseudomonas Syringae Pathogenesis