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COST Action SUSTAIN - FA1208 - Pathogen-informed strategies for sustainable broad-spectrum crop resistance

Sixth STSM Call: June - October 2016

The sixth STSM call for STSMs taking place between June and October 2016.

The 6th Call of STSM is now Closed

How to apply :

To apply, applicants must complete the online application form (quoting the action number FA1208) and send the following to the STSM coordinator (Godelieve Gheysen) at stsm.sustain@supagro.inra.fr :

- a written agreement of the host institution

- a letter of support from the home institution (written agreement supervisor or group leader)

- supporting documents (CV, full work plan, list of publications, covering letter)

Following the call, the following candidates were awarded funding to complete their short term scientific mission are :

Marc PLANAS

Center for Research in Agricultural Genomics,   

Spain

University of Oxford,   

United Kingdom

Determining tomato apoplastic and xylematic responses to Ralstonia solanacearum by Activity-based protein profiling                                

Abdelnaser ELASHRY

University of Bonn,                               

Germany

INRA, Sophia-Antipolis,

France

Trehalose Phosphate Synthase (TPS) as a putative secretory protein

 

Diana ORTIZ

INRA, Montpellier,

France

Sainsbury-laboratory,

United Kingdom

Establishment of NLR immune receptor repertoires in rice by RenSeq

Jana STREUBEL

Institute of plant genetics,

Germany

Crop Transformation Group,

United Kingdom

Application of genome editing tools in barley

Laurence GODIARD

INRA, Toulouse,

France

Imperial College,

United Kingdom

Sustainable resistance to downy mildew in Sunflower crop: Localization and action of downy mildew conserved RXLR effectors in sunflower cells

Nieves LOPEZ

University of Málaga,

Spain

Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille,

France

Using microfluidics to address bistability of Pseudomonas syringae traits relevant for development of plant disease and establishment of robust plant resistance

Rowena DOWNIE

NIAB,

United Kingdom

Norwegian University of Life Sciences,

Norway

QTL Analysis for PARASTAGONOSPORA NODORUM fiel resistance in triticum aestivum

Taca Vancheva

IRD, Montpellier,

France

Martin-Luther-Universität,

Germany

Phenotyping of bacterial spot pathogens from the Balkan Peninsula