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Researcher's in the field.‚ÄčOver 180 faculty members, research scientists, staff members, and graduate students constitute the Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology. Together, they are dedicated to expanding the collective understanding of pathogenesis, plant-associated microbes, and sustainable methods to suppress plant disease.

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Plant Pathology Faculty Spotlight

Gregory Martin

Gregory Martin

Gregory Martin

The focus is on the molecular basis of: 1) bacterial pathogenesis and host susceptibility; 2) recognition events involved in plant immunity; and 3) host signal transduction leading to defense responses; experimental approaches include genomics, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, forward and reverse genetics, and proteomics to investigate aspects of plant-bacterial interactions
Martin Lab: Molecular Basis of Bacterial Pathogenesis