Nematology Lab Closing

Jamal Faghihi inspecting corn roots for nematodes.

Jamal Faghihi inspecting corn roots for nematodes.

It is with mixed emotions that I announce my retirement effective at the end of June 2018. There is no immediate plan to hire another nematologist at Purdue University. Thus, the nematology laboratory at Purdue University will be closing at the end of June. The last day we accept samples is the first of June.

I have enclosed a list of private and public nematology labs in various states that you might be able to submit your nematode samples to. You should contact these labs to find out their requirements for nematode sample submission, which might be different from ours.

Click here to view the listing for private and public nematology laboratories.

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