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Ann Impullitti

BIO

Ann Impullitti joined the Department of Biology at UW-Stevens Point after teaching for several years at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Her research is focused on plant physiology and plant-fungal interactions in economic plants.  She studies traditional field crops such as soybean, as well as plants grown in soilless hydroponic/aquaponic systems, and hemp.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Plant-microbe interactions in agriculture systems
  • Physiological ecology
  • Hydroponics
  • Soybeans and other field crops
  • Plant pathogens

RECENT BOOKS READ

Brave Enough by Jesse Diggins, Born a Crime by Trevor Noah, Educated by Tara Westover

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Assistant Professor of Biology

Office:
CBB 342, Research Lab 360

Education

Ph.D. - Plant Pathology
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

M.S. - Plant Pathology
University of Wisconsin–Madison

B.S. - Botany
Northern Michigan University

Courses

Cell and Molecular Biology
General Biology
Introduction to Plant Biology
Plant Physiology