Pathogen Resistance

The APS Pathogen Resistance Committee is composed of APS members who seek to: 1) raise the awareness of pathogen resistance issues and concerns by the dissemination of information via forums including sponsored special sessions, symposia, or workshops provided at the APS annual meeting; 2) promote research and knowledge on resistance development within a pathogen community to fungicides, bactericides, transgenic-hosts, and/or biocontrol agents; and 3) serve as a liaison between APS and other scientific societies, government agencies and industry personnel with regards to pathogen resistance development and how to mitigate or overcome the negative effects of resistance. One specific and important role of the pathogen resistance committee is to coordinate interactions between government agencies (e.g. EPA) and industry for critical subjects such as FRAC groupings on pesticide labels. The APS pathogen resistance committee brings critical issues surrounding pathogen resistance control measures to the forefront in the context of agricultural production in the United States and around the world. The committee also promotes research into pathogen resistance, develops and presents educational programs highlighting the development of resistance and measures to prevent resistance, and strives to convey management practices through extension programs to reduce the risk of resistance development.

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Kimberly D'ArcangeloNorth Carolina State UniversityChair8/7/20218/10/2022ST230612
Michelle OliveiraCorteva AgriscienceVice Chair8/7/20218/10/2022PD223269
Nicole LukaskoMichigan State UniversityImmediate Past Chair8/7/20218/10/2022ST263129
James E. AdaskavegDepartment of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, University of CaliforniaMember8/8/20198/10/2022M024267
Christian G. AguilarPace International, LLCMember7/29/20217/31/2024M269480
Gazala AmeenSouth Dakota State UniversityMember7/15/20218/1/2023PD268013
Daniela Estefania CardenasUniversity of FloridaMember7/20/20208/1/2023ST261402
Ashok K. ChandaUniversity of MinnesotaMember8/9/20208/1/2023M195392
Daniel ChenDepartment of Microbiology and Plant Pathology, University of CaliforniaMember8/8/20198/10/2022PD229618
Weidong ChenUSDA ARSMember8/10/20178/1/2023M026181
Briana ClaassenOregon State UniversityMember8/4/20208/1/2023PD227321
Patricia B. de Sa SnowUSDA APHIS BRSMember8/12/20208/1/2023M080246
Angel De TrinidadCalifornia State University, ChicoMember7/30/20217/31/2024UST270360
Javier A. DelgadoCorteva AgriscienceMember8/8/20198/10/2022M192393
Megan M. DewdneyUniversity of FloridaMember8/14/20148/1/2023M157294
James DohertyUniversity of HawaiiMember7/27/20217/31/2024ST273200
Kasia M. DuellmanUniversity of IdahoMember7/30/20217/31/2024M151080
Anuj DwivediIndian Agriculture Research InstituteMember8/16/20217/31/2024M273528
Wael ElwakilUniversity of FloridaMember6/29/20208/1/2023PD233318
Helga C. FörsterDepartment of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, University of CaliforniaMember8/8/20198/10/2022M027900