WELCOME TO THE CENTER FOR INTEGRATED FUNGAL RESEARCH
The goal of the Center for Integrated Fungal Research (CIFR) is to integrate all aspects of fungal research including environmental and climate initiatives, disease, agriculture, evolution, mathematical modeling, genomics and bioinformatics, and to translate knowledge from fundamental research to stakeholders, the general public, and the scientific community. CIFR will promote education and understanding of the relative contribution of global biodiversity to the beneficial and deleterious activities of fungi.
Please join us in welcoming Manuel Kleiner and Nick Buchler to CIFR! Manuel is an Assistant Professor in Plant and Microbial Biology, and Nick is an Associate Professor in Molecular Biomedical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
A huge congratulations to Amy Grunden and the rest of the NC State team (including CIFR members Ignazio Carbone, Marc Cubeta, Christine Hawkes, Oliver Baars, and PSMCC Faculty Manuel Kleiner ) for successfully developing the new Collaborative Crop Resilience Program (CCRP) with the support of the Novo Nordisk Foundation!
Congratulations to Ignazio Carbone (Fellow) and Peter Ojiambo (Syngenta Award) for their 2019 American Phytopathological Society awards!
A highlight reel from the 3rd Microbiome Movement AgBioTech Summit in February 2019 includes a testimonial from Manuel Kleiner and a very brief cameo by Megan Andrews.
Congratulations to Amy Grunden for being named a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor!
Manuel Kleiner was recently interviewed on Radio In Vivo: https://radioinvivo.org/2019/01/16/microbial-communities/.
Learn how we are working to explore the diverse roles of fungi in the biosphere.
Learn how we plan to model, predict and manage the consequences of environmental impacts on microbes and microbial processes.
Learn more about CIFR faculty members and opportunities for interdisciplinary research and training.