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PLPA 250 Seminar- Fabiola Pulido-Chavez & Christopher Drozd

UCR Belltower
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ZOOM Link Contact: margarita.flores@ucr.edu

The Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology's weekly Plant Pathology 250 seminar series is presented this week by:

Fabiola Pulido-Chavez, PLPA Graduate Student 

Seminar Title: "Fine-scale temporal succession of soil microbial communities in California chaparral"

Biography: Fabiola Pulido is a third-year Ph.D. student in Dr. Sydney Glassman's lab. Her research focuses on understanding the effects of wildfire on the soil microbial communities of California chaparral and their successional dynamics. 

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Christopher Drozd, PLPA Graduate Student 

Seminar Title: "Does the early bird get the worm? Exploring priority effects in the Citrus bacteriome."

Biography: Christopher Drozd is a third-year Ph.D. student in Dr. Caroline Roper's lab. His research studies the microbial ecology of Huanglongbing, as well as potential microbiota-mediated solutions to this devastating disease. 

Faculty Host: Dr. Aln Rao; a.rao@ucr.edu

Contact Information
Margarita Flores
(951)-827-3598 margarita.flores@ucr.edu
Type
Plant Pathology 250
Sponsor
Microbiology and Plant Pathology
Target Audience
Students, Faculty, Staff, UCR Community
Admission
Free
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