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IS-MPMIConnect is an interactive platform to build a stronger community for members and supporters of the International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (IS-MPMI). All academics are welcome to contribute to IS-MPMIConnect regardless of membership in IS-MPMI.

As we head into an academic year filled with uncertainty, the need to stay connected on multiple platforms is ever more important. This virtual platform provides a tool to build relationships, share resources, discuss timely topics in an inclusive environment, and take actions that enrich your life and the wellbeing of our community. 


IS-MPMIConnect is an opt-in forum. Once registered, you can participate in groups and attend events that align with your interests. Join the discussion today!




You can contact other members who may share similar interests through the direct message option within the 'Members' page. Just click onto their profile and the small message icon to connect!

Upcoming Events

  • Feb 24, 11:00 AM EST
    Zoom Event
    Dr. Morgan Halane is a Biologist and co-founder of #BlackBotanistsWeek. Here we converse with him about his remarkable outreach initiatives and experiences of navigating a career in Biology.
  • Feb 17, 12:00 PM EST
    Join Dr. Gbonjubola Abiri (Tranquil and Quest), Dr. Jean Greenberg (University of Chicago), DeQuantarius J. Speed (University of Chicago) and Goodluck Benjamin (Université Cote D’Azur) as they discuss and share experiences on “Mental Health and Dealing with Failure”. 11AM CT/ 6 PM CET/ 6 pm WAT
  • Conversations with Elison Blancaflor
    Wed, Jan 20
    Jan 20, 12:00 PM EST
    This event has been postponed due to recent events and the U.S. Inauguration. Please contact Dr. Allyson Maclean for future interest.
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