Entries by Katie Rogers

Applications Now Open For the 2021-2022 Plantae Fellows Program

Are you a creative and articulate plant scientist looking to connect with other like-minded folks? We need your help to nurture and grow Plantae, the online home for the global plant science community that is powered by ASPB.  We are looking for individuals who want to become highly engaged by creating and curating content, facilitating […]

Plantae Community Migration

ASPB is in the process of moving the Plantae community to a new platform so that we may better serve you and your needs. Our current community site https://community.plantae.org/ will be replaced at the end of May by a new and improved community site at https://plantae.org/community/   This new site can be more easily customized to grow over time […]

Plantae Webinar: Launch and advance a career in science without a PhD

Plantae Webinar: Launch and advance a career in science without a PhD  Recorded Thursday, April 22nd About This Webinar Many of our career conversations focus on what’s next after a plant science PhD, but there are other ways to be extremely successful in this field without a doctorate. In our next Plantae Webinar, our panelists […]

Taproot S5E5: STARTing out as a PI, Pivoting During COVID, and Advocating for Change

In this episode, our guest is Aman Husbands. Aman is originally from Canada and got his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto. After completing his PhD at the University of California Riverside, he moved to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories. In 2018, he moved to The Department of Molecular Genetics at the Ohio State University […]

Plantae Presents: Eric Schranz and Caroline Pont

Plantae Presents: Eric Schranz and Caroline Pont Recorded Feb 10 –  10am EST, 3pm GMT, 4pm CET Eric Schranz: Context Matters: Phylogenomic synteny analysis of plants and animals Eric Schranz is currently the professor of Biosystematics at Wageningen University. He was a an undergraduate at Cornell University and received his PhD from the University of […]

Taproot S5E3: Pre-Stressed Conditions: Epigenetics and Life as a Black Academic

In this episode, we talk with Dr. Thelma Madzima, Assistant Professor of Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Washington, Bothell. A native of Zimbabwe, she received her Ph.D. in Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Florida and went on to complete a postdoc with Karen McGinnis in the Department of […]

Taproot S5E2: Multiculturalism Matters in the Rhizosphere–and in Academia

This week’s podcast is a conversation with Dr. Adán Colón-Carmona, Professor of Biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Adán received his PhD from University of California, Irvine and he did postdoctoral research at the Salk Institute and at the University of California, Davis. His research currently focuses on plant rhizosphere interactions, abiotic stress response, […]