CerealPath: a doctoral programme delivering integrated, innovative, structured training in cereal disease control

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Multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral, doctoral training

CerealPath brings experts from academia, industry and regulatory agencies across Europe to train early stage researchers in the skills necessary to innovate in the field of sustainable cereal production.

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Developing new defences against cereal diseases

Diseases reduce both the yield and food safety of cereal grains and compromise food security. Improving plant disease resistance has to be a top research priority if we are to improve food productivity in order to feed the world population in 2050.

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Crop experts from academia, industry and agencies

CerealPath benefits enormously from the experience and expertise of our research supervisors, programme beneficiaries and programme partners in order to provide our early stage researchers with a unique doctoral training experience.

Latest News:
Network wide training event in bioactive and biological disease control

Network wide training event in bioactive and biological disease control

28 March 2017 14:01 |In early March, all of our ESR travelled to Ishoj, just south-west of Copenhagen for a network-wide training course. Over Read more ...

Featured Researcher:
Dr Patrick Schweizer

Dr Patrick Schweizer

Patrick Schweizer obtained his PhD degree in 1988 at the Institute of Plant Physiology, University of Berne, Switzerland, in the field of molecular plant-pathogen interactions. Read more ...

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