Presidential Meeting 2013: Visions of plant disease management in 2050: metropolis, arcadia or dystopia?

17th to 18th December 2013
Birmingham UK

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The P.H. Gregory Prize

The Board of BSPP wishes to encourage young plant pathologists and others who are eligible to take part in the P. H. Gregory prize, which is awarded for the presentation of an oral paper at the Presidential Meeting each year. The P.H. Gregory Competition is open to: (a) members of BSPP who have not previously presented a paper to a meeting of a learned society, and (b) to all registered postgraduate students, whether or not they are members the society, or have presented a paper before to a meeting of a learned society. Contestants should not have entered the P.H. Gregory competition previously. Based on the abstracts submitted, up to eight speakers will be selected to give oral presentations in the PH Gregory competition. This year, talks for the PH Gregory prize will be held on 17th December with the prize being awarded at the dinner the same evening. Those wishing to take part in this year's competition should indicate this on the abstract form.

John Colhoun Poster Prize

Posters from Postgraduate students may be included in the BSPP-sponsored John Colhoun Poster Competition. To be eligible, the work presented must form part of a research project conducted by the entrant in support of a PhD or Masters degree, and the entrant must not have been awarded the degree prior to the deadline date for abstracts. Students need not be members of BSPP. Posters will be judged on 17th December with the prize being awarded at the dinner the same evening. Those wishing to take part in this year's competition should indicate this on the abstract form.

Posters from meeting delegates

We welcome poster presentations from all delegates attending the BSPP Presidential Meeting. Those wishing to present a poster at the meeting, please indicate this on the abstract form as a ‘general poster’, including your poster abstract.

Deadlines for receipt of Abstracts

15th November 2013

Instructions for posters

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