ISPP sponsors an International Congress of Plant Pathology every 5 years.
Venues of International Congresses:
2018 - Boston, MA USA
July to August 3 2018
2013 - Beijing, China. 25th -
31st August 2013
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2008 - Torino, Italy.
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2003 - Christchurch, New Zealand.
1998 - Edinburgh, UK. 1998
1993 - Montreal, Canada.
1988 - Kyoto, Japan.
1983 - Melbourne, Australia.
1978 - Munich, Germany.
1973 - Minneapolis, USA.
1968 - London, UK.
14 July to 26 July 1968 Report with permission of CABI
George Harrar, then President of the Rockefeller Foundation, on "Plant Pathology and
World Food Problems" (Courtesy of the Rockefeller Archive Center)
Each International Congress is organized by a Committee appointed by
the Associated Society hosting the Congress. One host-country Committee
member also serves as a Vice-President of ISPP.
Glen Anderson Lecture:
The Glenn Anderson Lecture honours Robert Glenn Anderson,
the eminent Canadian agricultural scientist, who played a major role in
the green revolution. The lecture series, on the security of world food
supply was was first given at joint meetings of the Canadian
Phytopathological Society (CPS) and American Phytopathological Society
(APS) in 1986, and an endowment fund was then established by the CPS. More
recently, the Lecture has been given at some International Congresses of
Plant Pathology (ICPP1998 to 2013).
Jacob Eriksson Prize:
The Jakob Eriksson Prize is the pre-minent international
award for plant pathology, and is awarded every five years at the
International Congress of Plant Pathology. The Royal Swedish Academy of
Sciences administers the Jakob Eriksson Prize Fund which provides for a
gold medal award at Congresses of the International Society for Plant
Pathology. In advance of each Congress, nominations are solicited for a
candidate of distinction in recognition of research in mycology, in plant
pathology, or in virus diseases, or of a particular publication dealing
with such subjects, with the understanding that the work being recognized
is of a distinct international value and merit.