Colleagues who accepted to give a keynote lecture are so far : 

INTRODUCTION: HOW CAN PLANT PATHOLOGY FEED AGROECOLOGY ?

Charles Manceau (Anses, France)
Philippe Lemanceau (UMR Agroécologie, INRA Dijon, France)

Session 1. EMERGING DISEASES AND NEW INSIGHTS IN TAXONOMY AND PHYLOGENY OF PLANT PATHOGENS IN EVOLVING GLOBAL CONDITIONS
Sophien Kamoun (The Sainsbury Laboratory, UK)

Session 2. SPACE-TIME AND MULTI-SCALES APPROACHES: DIAGNOSTIC, EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY IN THE FIELD
Anne-Katrin Mahlein (University of Bonn, Germany)

N.B. : Tim Murray (President of the APS, Washington State University, USA) will also give a communication

Session 3. MICROBIAL DETERMINANTS OF PATHOGEN AND SYMBIOTIC INTERACTIONS
Antonio di Pietro (University of Cordoba, Spain)

Session 4. FROM PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS TO INTERACTIONS WITHIN PHYTOBIOMES
Linda Kinkel (University of Minnesota, USA)
N.B. : Johan Leveau (University of California Davies, USA) and Marilyn J. Roossinck (Pennsylvania State University, USA) will also give a communication

Session 5. FROM PLANT IMMUNITY TO INNOVATIVE PLANT BREEDING

David Collinge (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) will give a communication
Session 6. EMERGING TOOLS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF PLANT DISEASES: AGROECOLOGY  AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT
Ariena van Bruggen (University of Florida, USA)
 
 
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