Urban IPM and Pesticide Safety Education Program
WSU Pullman, FSHN 358, PO Box 646382, Pullman, WA 99164-6382
Janet Peterson, Office Assistant
509- 335- 2830, email@example.com
Kristi Boone, Events Coordinator
509- 335- 2952
Wendy Sue Wheeler, Extension Coordinator
WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center, 2606 W. Pioneer, Puyallup, WA 98371-4998
Education: Ph.D. Molecular Virology, Jawaharlal Nehru University; M.S. Biotechnology, Visva Bharati University; B.S. Human Physiology, Surendranath College and University of Calcutta
Interest: Molecular and biochemical and physiological aspects of plant-insect virus interactions
Education: Ph.D. Entomology Purdue University
Interest: Examining Interrelations among soil quality, plants’ ability to defend themselves against herbivore attack, and biological control.
Matthew Brousil, Research Associate FSHN 358A
Education: M.S. Forestry California Polytechnic State University, B.S. Ecological Agriculture The Evergreen State College
Interest: Agroecology, Temperate Forest Ecology, Pacific Anthropology and Archaeology.
Education: Ph.D. Biology, Wesleyan University; M.S. Biology, Central Connecticut State University; B.S. Ecological and Evolutionary Biochemistry, Central Connecticut State University
Interest: Insect Food Web Interactions and the consequences for ecological communities
Education: Ph.D. Ecology, Evolution, and Genetics Australian National University, M.S. Forest Sciences Univeristy of British Columbia, B.S. Environmental Science Trinity Western University
Daisy (Zhen) Fu, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Snyder Lab FSHN 264
Education: Clemson University School of Agriculture
Interest: Inter- and intraspective relationship of entomopathogenic nematode. Plant defense induced by herbivorous insects.
Mark Lavine, Research Associate, Lavine Lab FSHN 263
Education: Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, M.S. University of California, B.S. Northern Arizona University
Interest: Identification of mechanisms of insecticide resistance in pest insect populations.
Nicholas Naeger, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Sheppard Lab FSHN 358D
Education: PhD University of Illinois
Interest: Honey Bee Health
Robert Schaffer, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Crowder Lab FSHN 358A
Education: Ph.D. Dartmouth College, B.S. University of Pittsburg
Interest: Cross-kingdom interactions involving plants, polinators, and microbes in natural and agricultural systems