New Phytologist Symposium
01-04 Jul 2019
University of Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland
The New Phytologist Symposium focuses on Interaction networks and trait evolution and it illustrates plants interact with a range of partners, ranging from mutualistic microbes, pollinators, seed dispersers, to antagonistic herbivores and pathogens. A range of different traits are of key importance in these interactions, such as flowers, fruits and their signals, or the multitude of defense traits plants use to contain their enemies.
The internationally renowned series of New Phytologist Symposia (NPS) aim to support emerging and key areas of research. Usually these meetings would be expected to extend over one to three days, with invited speakers and a maximum of 120 delegates. In this way we hope to provide an informal atmosphere for the stimulation and exchange of ideas and the building of collaborations. We particularly encourage the involvement of early-phase career scientists and as such a number of travel grants will be awarded in association with each meeting.
The deadline for submitting proposals for Symposia funding has passed. Details will be posted here when the next call opens.
The following students and early-stage career scientists (researchers in their first post-doctoral position) have been awarded New Phytologist Symposium grants. Poster prize winners for the various symposia are also listed here.
Estanislao Burgos, CICVyA INTA Castelar, Argentina
Colin Clairet, INRA BIOGER, France
Jack Colicchio, University of California Berkeley, USA
Hanne De Kort, University of Leuven, Belgium
Maria Belen De Luca, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hana Dvoráková, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Jacob Herman, University of Chicago, USA
Lucie Huyghe, McGill University, Canada
Ritushree Jain, The University of Sheffield, UK
Alim Junaid, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India
Atreyee Kundu, Presidency University, India
Benjamin Liégard, INRA, France
Jeannie Mounger, University of South Florida, USA
Javier Puy, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Cristina Rosique-Esplugas, University of Edinburgh, UK
Sofia van Moorsel, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Nur Bahar, The Australian National University, Australia
Lucas Damián Gorné, IMBiV CONICET-UNC, Argentina
Ellie Goud, Cornell University, USA
Ruth Kelly, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Leander Love-Anderegg, University of Washington, USA
Julie Messier, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
Laura Reinelt, Lancaster University, UK
Roberto Salguero-Gomez, The University of Sheffield, UK
Alexey Shiklomanov, Boston University, USA
Nicholas Smith, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
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