Sylvain is attending the European Conference on Fungal Genetics in La Cité des Sciences in Paris. Amazing science and plenty of friends and collaborators to meet!
Our ‘Nine trends’ collective minireview is online (http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpls.2016.00422/full). We review recent research supporting the importance of nine themes (Plant RLPs, small RNAs, Abscisic acid,…) in the molecular interactions between the broad host range fungi Botrytis cinerea and Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and their host plants.
The QIP lab is attending the symposium on System Biology organized in Toulouse by the SPE department of INRA. We are presenting the work of Remi, Malick and Adelin on Sclerotinia reprogramming during host colonization.
Sylvain is visiting Katherine Denby and John Clarkson in Warwick University. Great discussions, an exciting tour of the Plant Science Department and a nice opportunity to catch up with old friends from TSL time.