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  1. 1. 3rd International Phytophthora 3rd International Phytophthora Pythium and related genera Pythium and related genera workshop: workshop: Integration of Traditional and Integration of Traditional and Modern Approaches for Modern Approaches for Investigating the Taxonomy Investigating the Taxonomy and Evolution and Evolution Turin – Italy, 23-24 August2008 Turin – Italy, 23-24 August2008 In association to the 9th ICPP, Turin – Italy 25 – 29, 2008
  2. 2. Plant Safeguarding and Pest Identification (PSPI) Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory (MDL) is very grateful to is very grateful to Co-Chairs, Keynote Speakers, Instructors, Scientific Committee, Organizers, Collaborators, and Participants. The conference organizers chair, and co-chairs The conference organizers chair, and co-chairs would like to express our gratitude to: would like to express our gratitude to: ICPP -2008 organizers, Valentina Communications and to the sponsors of the workshop, including: SYNGENTA and the USDA-APHIS-PPQ for their generous support for the event. Dr. Murali Bandla, Director of the USDA-APHIS-PPQ-PHP-PSPI Dr. Mary Palm, Director of the USDA-APHIS-PPQ-PHP-PSPI-MDL
  3. 3. PARTICIPANTS PARTICIPANTS Argentina (3) Argentina (3) Italy (8) Italy (8) Australia (9) Australia (9) Japan (4) Japan (4) Austria (1) Austria (1) Mexico (1) Mexico (1) Belgium (6) Belgium (6) Netherlands (3) Netherlands (3) Brazil (2) Brazil (2) New Zealand (2) New Zealand (2) Bulgaria (1) Bulgaria (1) Norway (5) Norway (5) Canada (3) Canada (3) Puerto Rico (1) Puerto Rico (1) Colombia (1) Colombia (1) South Africa (2) South Africa (2) Chile (1) Chile (1) Spain (7) Spain (7) China (3) China (3) Switzerland (2) Switzerland (2) France (5) France (5) Taiwan (1) Taiwan (1) Germany (4) Germany (4) Tunisia (1) Tunisia (1) Hungary (1) Hungary (1) UK (5) UK (5) India (1) India (1) USA (11) USA (11)
  4. 4. SESSIONS SESSIONS •Systematics and phylogenetics •Evolution and population genetics •Nomenclature of present taxa and putative new species •Morphological and molecular taxonomic methods •Ecology, biogeography, and epidemiology •Advances in systems for identification and diagnostics •Integrating morphological and molecular tools for a unified phylogeny and classification
  5. 5. Clive Brasier, Ph.D. •Emeritus Mycologist at Forest Research UK •Visiting Professor in Mycology at Imperial College, London. • Biology, pathology and evolution of Phytophthora pathogens. •Currently working on the environmental threat posed by the invasive Phytophthoras P. kernoviae and P ramorum, on Phytopthoras obtained in a recent survey of forests in Nepal, and on interspecific hybridisation in Phytophthora.
  6. 6. Arthur de Cock, Ph.D. Arthur de Cock, Ph.D. •Scientist at the The Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures (CBS) •Taxonomy of Oomycetes •Molecular taxonomy of Pythium •Molecular taxonomy of Phytophthora •Cooperation in molecular taxonomic studies of ascomycetous yeasts • Teaching activities CBS course in Mycology
  7. 7. Michael “Mike” Coffey, Ph.D. Michael “Mike” Coffey, Ph.D. •Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of California-Riverside •Curator of The Phytophthora Genetic Resource Collection (formerly World Phytophthora Collection). •Has sampled for oomycetes around the world (ie. Amazon) and in different habitats (ie. Soil, Sea) •Instructor at the First International Workshop in 2004 and 2006
  8. 8. David Cooke, Ph.D. •Plant Pathologist at the Scottish Crop Research Institute in Scotland •His research includes the “evolution and population genetics of the genus Phytophthora. •David is developing genetic markers for examining Phytophthora infestans. •Constantly developing techniques for identification of plant pathogens.
  9. 9. David Cooke, Ph.D.
  10. 10. Dr. Andre Levesque Dr. Andre Levesque •Research Scientist with the Biodiversity group of Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa • Adjunct professor in the Biology Department of Carleton University, Ottawa. •Research is on molecular taxonomy and ecology of fungi, specializing on the zoosporic fungi and oomycetes. • Identification/detection tools based on solid taxonomy • 80 invited presentations •President of the Canadian Phytopathological Society (2005-6).
  11. 11. Frank Martin, Ph.D. Frank Martin, Ph.D. • Research Plant Pathologist at the USDA-ARS in Salinas, CA. • Has conducted extensive research on both Pythium spp. and Phytophthora spp. • Published numerous papers on phylogenetics of the oomycetes. • Frank participated as an Instructor at the last Pythium/Phytophthora Workshops in 2004 and 2006.
  12. 12. Dr. Hermann Voglmayr • Associate Professor Department of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany, University of Vienna. • Molecular phylogeny, evolution, systematics, taxonomy and phylogenetic classification of downy mildews (Peronosporales) and white blister rusts (Albuginales). • Molecular phylogeny, evolution, speciation, systematics and phylogenetic classification of various parasitic or saprotrophic ascomycetes (Diaporthales, Hypocreales, Pleomassariaceae).
  13. 13. Dr. Paul Tooley Dr. Paul Tooley •Research Plant Pathologist at the Foreign Disease-Weed Science Research Unit of the USDA-ARS in Fort Detrick, MD. •Extensive research on identification and characterization of fungi, most recently with Phytophthora ramorum. •Participated as an Instructor in the First International Workshop in 2004 and 2006.
  14. 14. Seoghan Kang, Ph.D. Seoghan Kang, Ph.D. •Associate professor at Penn. State University. •Established an integrative informatics platform, named the Phytophthora Database. •Databases for the genera Pythium and Fusarium •Research on soil-borne fungal diseases using Arabidopsis thaliana and Fusarium oxysporum system. •Invited Speaker at the 2nd International Phytopthora and Pythium workshop.
  15. 15. Z. Gloria Abad, Ph.D. •Lead Scientist at the USDA- APHIS – MDL •2001-2006 she was the Director of the Plant Pathogen Identification Laboratory (PPIL) at North Carolina State University. •Integration of morphological and molecular tools for fast identification of Phytophthora, Pythium and Pythiogeton •Organized 1st & 2nd Int. Phytophthora and Pythium International Workshops.
  16. 16. Ronald French-Monar, Ph.D. Department of Plant Pathology, Texas A&M University, Amarillo, TX, USA Motoaki Tojo, Ph.D. Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, JAPAN
  17. 17. TURIN – ITALY 2008

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