2022 NFHB Forum
Beneficial Interactions and the Latest FHB Science Shared in Person in Tampa, Florida!
Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay | December 4-6, 2022
More than 200 attendees reconnected at the 2022 NFHB Forum to gain insights from scientific presentations and poster sessions on the latest research on Fusarium Head Blight (scab) and deoxynivalenol (DON). Check out some of the photos that were captured onsite. The 2022 National FHB Forum Proceedings are also now posted.
2022 NFHB Forum Program
Check out the the 2022 NFHB Forum program, links to the Abstract Viewing page and the Opening Session recordings. You'll also be able to access the Proceedings of the 2022 National FHB Forum.
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Special Thanks to the 2022 NFHB Forum Sponsors!
The NFHB Forum is made possible through funding and generous contributions from:
2022 NFHB Forum Funding Agency
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2022 NFHB Forum Poster Award Sponsor
2022 NFHB Forum Reception Sponsors
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USWBSI 2022 Forum Organizing Committee (FOC)
Carl Schwinke, Siemer Milling Co. and Alyssa Collins, The Pennsylvania State University
Ce Yang, University of Minnesota
Alyssa Koehler, University of Delaware
Food Safety & Toxicology
Jiajia Rao, North Dakota State University
Xiang Yin, Rahr Malting Corp.
Gene Discovery and Engineering Resistance
Guihua Bai, USDA-ARS
Nidhi Rawat, University of Maryland
Pathogen Biology and Genetics
Peter Oppenheimer, North Carolina State University
Imane Laraba, USDA-ARS
Variety Development and Host Resistance
Nicholas Santantonio, Virginia Tech
Shengming Yang, USDA-ARS
The NFHB Forum is organized and hosted by the U.S. Wheat & Barley Scab Initiative (USWBSI).
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