Congratulations, Karen Cristine Goncalves, our president, for her finishing her PhD and for publishing a paper in MPDI Microorganisms: Unrelated Fungal Rust Candidate Effectors Act on Overlapping Plant Functions.
Although 2021 has only begun, researchers members of Centre SEVE have been busy. Congrats for their great job during this pandemic!
Take a look at their publications here:
Jacqueline C Bede
Robert L Bradley
Congratulations to Aracely Maribel Diaz Garza, our secretary, for her paper about the temporal Dynamics of Rhizobacteria in crops grown in a semi-arid ecosystem.
Congratulations to Karen Cristine Goncalves, our secretary, for her preprint about fungal candidate effectors.
We specially congratulate Fadoua Dhaouadi for her first publication!
Watch the finals November 19th.
We are happy to announce and invite you to Centre SÈVE"s Student Poster Competition 2020. This virtual event will take place on November 25th and 26th 2020.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Conférence Web from Centre SÈVE today, with Charles Roussin-Léveillée from the Université de Sherbrooke. Thank you to all participants!
Source: Centre SÈVE
Read this article about her work!!
Watch this video of IITA CGIAR about her work !!
Centre SÈVE has announced a new series of Web Conferences that starts September 15th!
|September 15th||François Belzile||Aventures dans l’univers des SNP : un premier bilan de SoyaGen, un projet de grande envergure en génomique du soya|
|September 22nd||Charles Roussin-Léveillée||The Apoplastic Battleground in Plant-Pathogen Interactions|
|September 29th||Vicky Lévesque||L’amendement en biochar: Une approche durable pour améliorer la santé du sol et la croissance de la plante en horticulture|
|October 13th||Hamid Akbarzadeh||Sustainable Bio-inspired Metamaterials|
|October 20th||Valerio Hoyos-Villegas||The McGill Field Phenomics Platform: Increasing Resolution for Complex Trait Improvement|
|October 27th||Tagnon Missihoun|
Congratulation to the Centre SEVE students that are presenting at the Worldwide Plant Biology Summit 2020.
You can see their posters in our twitter (link bellow).
|IRBV||McGill University||Université de Laval||Université de Montréal||Université de Sherbrooke|
|Camille Auger||Amir Bidhendi||Francisco Campos||Eszter Sas||Charles Roussin-Léveillée|
|Adrien Fremont||Karuna Kapoor||Gaële Lajeunesse|
|Meha Sharma||Guilherme Silva-Martins|
|Julian Henao-Martinez||Iauhenia Isayenka|
Fatima Awwad, postdoc from UQTR, presented us today the potential of microalgae in the Centre SEVE"s web conferences. Thank you to all participants.
Source: Centre SEVE
Another captivating Centre SEVE"s web conference today with [Karen Cristine Gonçalves] from UQTR. Thank you to all participants.
Source: Centre SEVE
Congratulation to you two!
Congratulations to Claire Letanneur, PhD student at UQTR, for the award of a grant at the first competition of the student category from the FRQNT illustration of DIALOGUE funding. Only four projects were selected for each research sector of the FRQ"s
We would like to thank Rose-Marie Bell, master"s student in Plant Biology at the Université Laval, for sharing her experience at the Centre SÈVE Annual International Symposium in the student newspaper L"Agral.
Some memories of the Centre SÈVE Annual International Symposium
About sixty participants and speakers were able to share their knowledge, discuss and forge links on the theme of “Biotechnology for food security”
Objective achieved for this first symposium organized by the students of CPICS!
Thank you once again to the event sponsors:
Registration for the first edition of the Centre SÈVE Annual International Symposium which will take place on August 23, is now open!
Students have the option of submitting an abstract to be selected for an oral presentation.
Here is the information to know:
The deadline for submitting an abstract is Monday July 22.
The abstract should be a maximum of 200 words.
The expected duration per presentation is 10 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of questions.
Given the international scope of the symposium, English will be prioritized as the language of presentation and submission of abstracts. However French will also be accepted.
The decision taken by the committee will be communicated to each author no later than Monday, August 2, 2019.
To register, go to the Center SÈVE website. You will also find the schedule for the day and more, so don"t delay.
We can"t wait to see you there.
We finally have the pleasure to introduce the Centre SÈVE International Partnership Committee. As you might know, we aspire to create collaboration opportunities between Centre SÈVE researchers and research laboratories in the rest of the world. We are currently working on the first Centre SÈVE Annual International Symposium, which will address “Biotechnology for Food Security” this year.
Stay tuned for more information not only on the symposium, but also on research topics addressed within Québec and outside.
In the meantime, We are leaving you with this pretty picture of this year’s committee.