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Allison Jack

  • Agroecology Faculty
  • Scientist, Discovery
  • Indigo Agriculture
  • 2

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Research interests

My dissertation research focuses on understanding the microbial mechanisms behind compost-mediated disease suppression. I work with the model seed infecting oomycete pathogen Pythium aphanidermatum and a disease suppressive vermicomposted dairy manure.

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Professional experience

Scientist, Discovery

Indigo Agriculture

August 2014 - Present

Agroecology Faculty

Prescott College

July 2012 - August 2014 (2 years)

NSF-IRFP visiting postdoctoral fellow

Wageningen Universiteit - Wageningen University

February 2013 - February 2014 (a year)

Graduate Research Assistant / Graduate Teaching Assistant / Instructor

Cornell University Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

December 2005 - August 2011 (6 years)

Project Coordinator

Cornell University Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

August 2007 - May 2010 (3 years)

Graduate Research Assistant - Graduate Teaching Assistant

Cornell University Department of Crop and Soil Sciences

August 2002 - December 2005 (3 years)

Service learning coordinator

AmeriCorps*VISTA / Sunnyside Environmental School

August 2000 - August 2002 (2 years)

Herbarium - plant collections volunteer

Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad de Costa Rica (INBio)

January 1998 - March 1998 (2 months)

Education history

Cornell University

January 2005 - February 2012 (7 years)

Cornell University

MS

August 2002 - May 2005 (3 years)

Reed College

BA

August 1995 - May 2000 (5 years)

Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS)

August 1997 - December 1997 (4 months)