International MSc in Agro- and Environmental Nematology
 Nematology Seminar Day 23 May 2018

Nematology Seminar Day 23 May 2018 - Campus Ledeganck AUD. 8

The Nematology Seminar Day follows the International Crop Protection Symposium at the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering UGent ( and is organised specifically for the students of the International MSc in Agro- and Environmental Nematology in frame of the Summer Course: Networking & Seminars.


Nema-Alumni presenting their PhD research

9h00: Joey Martinez (Marine Biology, Ghent University)

9h30: Oliver Chitambo (Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation, Molecular Phytomedicine, University of Bonn, Germany)

10h00: coffee break

Experiences from the field

10h30: Stefanie van der Burght – Paul De Vos (Research Coordination Office / Dept. Biochemistry and Microbiology, Ghent University): Nagoya protocol

11h00: Ralf Ehlers (E-Nema, Germany): Starting up and leading a business in nematology

5” break

11h25: Herbert Talwana (Dept of Agricultural Production, School of Agricultural Sciences, Makerere University, Uganda): Nematology is a fascinating Science: Perspectives of a Nematologist in an African Context

12h30: lunch break

Round table discussion Pro GMOs vs contra GMOs  -  moderator Roland Perry

14:00: Introduction

14h10: seminar 1: Wouter Vanhove (Faculty Bioscience Engineering, Department of Plants and Crops, Ghent University)

14h30: seminar 2: Marc De Loose (Product Quality and Innovation, Research Institute for Agriculture and Fisheries – ILVO)

14h50: student discussion

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