Boris A Vinatzer
TPS Director of Fianance
School of Plant and Environmental Sciences
The primary objective of Dr. Vinatzer's research is to unravel how bacteria adapt to different environments and translate that knowledge into improving the ability to control crop diseases in a way that benefits farmers, consumers, and the environment alike.
Current research projects:
- Research on Airborne Ice Nucleating Species (RAINS)
- Leveraging Pathogen Diversity for Gaining Insights into Molecular Plant – Microbe Interactions
Evolution and function of virulence factors in bacterial plant pathogens