2021 National FHB Forum to Be Held Virtually
Join us in 2021 as we gather virtually to gain insights from scientific presentations and poster sessions on the latest research on Fusarium Head Blight (scab) and deoxynivalenol (DON).
The 2021 National FHB Forum registration is now open, make plans to participate. >> Register today!
Poster & Proceedings Abstract Submissions
If you are interested in presenting a poster, are an invited speaker or would like to submit a paper for the 2021 National FHB Forum proceedings, guidelines for abstract/paper submission and requirements for poster authors are now available for review and submissions are being accepted. >> Learn More
2021 NFHB Forum Program
Valuable updates and novel findings will be shared during this dynamic two-day virtual event. Kicking off with a Plenary Session and then focusing in on research areas, the presentation sessions offer time for live Q&A with key experts. You'll also have access to a full on-demand catalogue of recorded poster presentations covering the latest project progress along with simulated Poster Author Sessions for the chance to follow up with poster authors in interactive discussions. Wrapping up the event join in a virtual tour of RAHR's malting production and technical center as well as the Luce Line Brewing Co. Test your FHB knowledge and plan to stay after the tour to reconnect with your colleagues in a fun FHB Trivia networking session. >> Check out all the details for the 2021 NFHB Forum Program!
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USWBSI 2021 Forum Organizing Committee (FOC)
Carl Bradley, University of Kentucky and Carl Schwinke, Siemer Milling Co.
Christina Cowger, USDA
Ce Yang, University of Minnesota
Food Safety & Toxicology
Dave Kendra, BASF
Jiajia Rao, North Dakota State University
Gene Discovery and Engineering Resistance
Rong Di, Rutgers University
Guihua Bai, USDA
Pathogen Biology and Genetics
Zhao Jin, North Dakota State University
Pete Oppenheimer, North Carolina State University
Variety Development and Host Resistance
Nicholas Santantonio (SWW-CP), Virginia Tech
The NFHB Forum is organized and hosted by the U.S. Wheat & Barley Scab Initiative (USWBSI).