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Mar 22
Issue 1 • 2023
The IS-MPMI Board of Directors (BOD) is accepting nominations for two Directors to join the BOD beginning at the IS-MPMI Congress in July. The term lengths of these positions are four years. Nominations will be accepted until May 1.
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Join us in Providence, Rhode Island, for five days of programming exploring the latest research in plant–microbe interactions. Network with scientists from around the globe and connect with your peers! Register by May 22 to save with advance registration rates.
IS-MPMI leadership designed a virtual conference to create opportunities for early career scientists to share their innovative research within our community. Members of the plant–microbe interactions community gathered virtually for the 2022 Early Career Showcase in June and September. The seminar featured talks from 35 researchers in 15 countries.
To both refine and broaden the mission of MPMI, Editor-in-Chief Tim Friesen and his editorial board have revised the journal's overview, scope, and newly acceptable content. Learn more about these changes and consider submitting your next paper to MPMI.
Publishing in April: The MPMI Focus Issue on The Plant Endomembrane System in Molecular Plant–Microbe Interactions
This MPMI Focus Issue considers both microbe effects on endomembrane systems and the role of the plant endomembrane system in disease, defense, and beneficial interactions. Take a first look at five of the papers in this Special Issue and stay tuned for more.
The 2024 MPMI Focus Issue will present the latest developments in the study of microbial effector biology and evolution in the context of plant immunity across diverse systems. We invite research and review articles exploring the complex role of effectors in molecular plant–microbe interactions. Articles highlighting translational research, as well as fundamental understanding, are welcome.
On May 9, Adam Heuberger and Janak Joshi will present "Protease Inhibitors from Solanum chacoense Inhibit Pectobacterium Virulence by Reducing Bacterial Protease Activity and Motility"—an MPMI Editor's Pick that investigates how wild potato from South America can tolerate Pectobacterium-caused diseases. Register for the free virtual seminar today!
Discover the Editor's Picks from recent issues of MPMI.
We are always looking for content for Interactions. Please contact Interactions Editor-in-Chief Dennis Halterman with questions or article ideas.

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