Zamir K. Punja, Ph.D

Total yeast and mold in cannabis : How and why ?

March 20, 2024 11 AM MST

Dr. Punja completed his MSc and PhD degrees in plant pathology from
the University of California, Davis. He joined Campbell Soup Company
and was Manager of plant biotechnology until 1989, when he left to
join Simon Fraser University. Zamir’s research investigates the causes
and management of plant diseases on vegetable and horticultural
crops, and include the applications of plant biotechnology for disease
management. His group is currently developing methods for
identifying and managing new and emerging diseases of cannabis. He
is a Fellow of the Canadian Phytopathological Society and a recipient
of the Award for Outstanding Research

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Allyn C. Howlett, Ph.D

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April 17, 2024 11 AM MST

Dr. Youbin Zheng is a professor at the University of Guelph, Canada. He has more than 25 years of research experience in controlled environment plant production, and his research has resulted in more than 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers, more than ten book chapters […]

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Zamir K. Punja, Ph.D

Total yeast and mold in cannabis : How and why ?

March 20, 2024 11 AM MST

Dr. Punja completed his MSc and PhD degrees in plant pathology from
the University of California, Davis. He joined Campbell Soup Company
and was Manager of plant biotechnology until 1989, when he left to
join Simon Fraser University. Zamir’s research investigates the […]

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Ryan McLaughlin, Ph.D

From Seed to Synapse: Modeling the Long-Term
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March 14, 2024, 1 PM MST

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