Malinee is awarded the John E. Kinsella Prize in recognition of her outstanding graduate research dissertation

No investigation without wonder, no observation without joy, no understanding without humility.

Today Malinee Sriariyanum was awarded the John E. Kinsella Prize for her work on isolation and characterization of the Ax21 pathogen associated molecular pattern.

The joyful awardee and her proud mentors:

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Associate Dean Jan Hopmans, Malinee Sriariyanun, and myself

Written by Pamela Ronald

Pamela Ronald is Professor of Plant Pathology and Chair of the Plant Genomics Program at the University of California, Davis, where she studies the role that genes play in a plant’s response to its environment. With her husband, she co-wrote Tomorrow's Table: Organic Farming, Genetics and the Future of Food. Dr. Ronald was one of the co-founders of Biology Fortified.