Elisha Allan–Perkins

PhD candidate

Education:

MS in Zoology, 2008, University of New Hampshire

BS in Biology: Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Science concentration, 2006, University of New Hampshire

Advisor: Geunhwa Jung
Research Area: Plant Environment Interactions
Field of Study: Phytopathology, nematology, microbiology, ecosystem studies and extension
Office: 220 Paige Laboratory

My dissertation research is the comparison of soil nematode and microbe communities among organically and conventionally managed turf in order to understand how different management strategies and intensities affect these organisms and their implications for disease control.