Sep 28, 2022
Small RNAs: From Plant/Microbe Interactions to COVID Vaccines
Play • 49 min

In this episode, Juliana Gonzalez-Tobon from Cornell University, joins host Jim Bradeen to talk about her research on small non-coding RNAs and the role they play in regulating plant pathogen interactions. The two also discuss her social media presence and what she's doing to fight COVID misinformation and raise the profile of science communication.

Show notes

The full transcript for this episode can be found here:

See Juliana's social media on Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, TicToc: @epiplantpath

Juliana Gonzaělez-Toboěn, Alejandra Rodriěguez-Jaramillo, Laura Milena Forero, Laura Natalia Gonzaělez, Giovanna Danies, and Silvia Restrepo (bioRxiv preprint), Evaluation of small non-coding RNAs as a possible epigenetic mechanism mediating the transition from biotrophy to necrotrophy in the life cycle of Phytophthora infestans

This episode is produced by Association Briefings.

Special Guest: Juliana Gonzalez-Tobon.

More episodes
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu