BSPP News Autumn 2000 - Online EditionThe Newsletter of the British Society for Plant Pathology
Number 37, Autumn 2000
New Members of BSPP
We warmly welcome the following new members, who have recently joined BSPP.
Dr Anna Avrova, of the Scottish Crop Research Institute, Dundee, whose interests include the molecular biology of Erwinia and Phytophthora.
Miss Joanne E Ayriss, a postgraduate student at IACR Long Ashton
Mr Ralph Bickerdike, a postgraduate student from the Gatty Marine Laboratory in St. Andrews, whose interests include pathogens of marine algae.
Dr David Chilton, a bursary award winner at IACR Rothamsted
Dr Danny W Cullen, of the Scottish Crop Research Institute, Dundee, whose interests include molecular diagnostics for bacterial and fungal potato pathogens.
Mr John E Dawaher, a postgraduate student at SAC, Aberdeen.
Prof H-W Dehne, of the Institut fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten, at the University of Bonn, Germany.
Dr Mark Dixon, of the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.
Mrs Diana M Earnshaw, a postgraduate student at UCNW, Bangor.
Miss Sonia Gomez, a postgraduate student at CABI Bioscience
Miss Jocelyn Greenhouse, a postgraduate student at the University of Bangor.
Mr Ian Haigh, a postgraduate student at Harper Adams College.
Dr Peter Hedley, from SCRI, whose interests include the molecular biology of resistance in fungal pathogens.
Ingo Hein, a postgraduate student at SCRI, whose interests include the molecular biology of cereal fungal pathogens.
Miss Sarah Holcroft, a postgraduate student at HRI Wellesbourne.
Miss Maria Holeva, a postgraduate student at SCRI, whose interests include the molecular biology of bacterial pathogens of potato.
Ms Lizbeth J Hyman, of SCRI, whose interests include molecular diagnostics for bacterial soft rots.
Dr David R Jones, based at CSL, York.
Hadley R Kutcher, a plant pathologist based in Melfort, Canada.
Mr Gavin Lingiah, a postgraduate student based in Glasgow.
Mr Christopher J Loades, a postgraduate student from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.
Mr Pana Lohasupthawee, a postgraduate student at Kings College, London.
Mr Wayne L Morris, from SRCI, whose interests include the molecular biology of resistance in fungal pathogens.
Dr Kalliopi Papadopoulou, of the NAGREF institute of Kalamata, Greece, whose interests include biocontrol of fungal pathogens.
Melodie L Putnam, of the Botany and Plant Pathology Department at the Oregon State University, USA.
Carla Schoonus, of De Ruiter Seeds, The Netherlands.
Miss Laura M Simpson, a postgraduate student from the University of Edinburgh.
Mr Nikos Skandalis, a postgraduate student at Wye College.
Dr Pieter van de Graaf, of SCRI, whose interests include the molecular biology and epidemiology of Spongospora in potato.
Dr Stephen Whisson of SCRI, whose interests include the molecular genetics of Phytophthora.
Dr Kevin Williams, from SARDI, Adelaide, Australia.
Dr Mary Woodhead from SCRI, whose interests include powdery mildew in cereals and soft fruit.
We would also like to
welcome the Senior Editors and Editorial Board of Molecular Plant Pathology.
Some are long-standing members of BSPP, whilst others are new members
of the Society.
Dr. Gary Foster
University of BristolSenior Editors
Martin-Luther University, GermanyJohn Draper
University of Wales, AberystwythJean Greenberg
University of Chicago, USASarah Gurr
University of OxfordEric Holub
Horticulture Research International, WellesbourneAndrew O. Jackson
University of California, Berkeley, USAAndrew J. Maule
John Innes Centre, NorwichRichard Oliver
Carlsberg Laboratory, DenmarkJohn Ryals
Paradigm Genetics, Research Triangle Park, USAEditorial Board Members
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USAMatthieu Arlat
INRA/CNRS, FranceDavid Baulcombe
Sainsbury Laboratory, NorwichMargaret Boulton
John Innes Centre, NorwichJames Brown
John Innes Centre, NorwichJohn P. Carr
University of CambridgeVitaly Citovsky
SUNY, USAMark Coleman
University of East Anglia, NorwichWilliam O. Dawson
University of Florida, USARalph A. Dean
Clemson University, USABob Dietrich
Novartis Crop Protection, Inc., Research Triangle Park, USABryce W. Falk
University of California Davis, USAClaude Fauquet
TSRI, California, USAJohn Gatehouse
University of DurhamMurray Grant
Wye CollegeJon Green
University of BirminghamDennis Gross
University of Washington, USADavid Guttman
University of Chicago, USAJacques Hille
University of Groningen, The NetherlandsRegine Kahmann
Institut fuer Genetik und Mikrobiologie, GermanyC. Cheng Kao
Indiana University, USADan Klessig
Waksman Institute, Rutgers University, USAKarl-Heinz Kogel
Justus-Liebig-Universitat Giessen, GermanyBarbara Kunkel
Washington University, USASteven A. Lommel
North Carolina State University, USAJohn Lucas
IACR-Long Ashton Research Station, BristolJohn M. Manners
University of Queensland, AustraliaJohn W Mansfield
Wye CollegeJohn M. McDowell
University of North Carolina, USAJoel J. Milner
Glasgow UniversityLuis Mur
University of Wales, AberystwythRichard S. Nelson
The Noble Foundation, USADonald L. Nuss
University of Maryland, USANeil Olszewski
University of Minnesota, USAJane Parker
Sainsbury Laboratory, NorwichIan T.D. Petty
North Carolina State University, USALaurence Rahme
Massachusetts General Hospital, USADominique Roby
UMR CNRS/INRA, FranceD'Ann M. Rochon
Agriculture & Agricultural-Foods Canada, CanadaJohn Salmeron
Novartis Biotechnology, Inc, Research Triangle Park, USAGeorge Salmond
University of CambridgeJulie Scholes
University of SheffieldImre E. Somssich
Max-Planck-Institut f. Zuechtungsforschung, GermanyPaul Tudzynski
Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet, GermanyJohn G. Turner
University of East Anglia, NorwichScott Uknes
Paradigm Genetics, Research Triangle Park, USAJames L. Van Etten
University of Nebraska, USAJan A.L. Van Kan
Wageningen Agricultural University, The NetherlandsYuichiro Watanabe
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, JapanPeter Waterhouse
CSIRO-Plant Industry, Australia.T. Michael A. Wilson
Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne