The Society of Nematologists is an international organization formed to advance the science of nematology in both its fundamental and economic aspects.
The affairs of the ESN are managed on behalf of the members by the ESN Governing Board. The board is currently composed of the following and more info can be found here:
President: Catherine Lilley
Secretary: Eric Grenier
Treasurer: Hans Helder
Raquel Campos Herrera
Sebastian Eves-van den Akker
The ESN representatives to the IFNS are Wilfrida Decraemer & Eric Grenier. The ESN Country and Regional representatives can be found here
The first point of contact with ESN is the Secretary Eric Grenier.
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1986: Maurice Ritter
1990: Julia Meridith
1994: David Hooper, Pieter Loof
1996: Burt Endo, Juan Heyns
1998: Nigel Hague
2000: August Coomans
2002: Virginia Ferris, David Trudgill
2004: John Webster, Roger Cook, Maria Susana Santos
2006: Richard Sikora, Antoine Dalmasso
2008: Roland Perry
2010: Maurice Moens
2014: David Chitwood
2016: Godelieve Gheysen, Wilfrida Decraemer & James Baldwin
2018: Isabel Abrantes
2022: Danny Coyne & Pierre Abad
Election of Fellow of the Society is accorded to General Members in recognition of outstanding contributions to the science of Nematology or distinguished service in promoting the Objectives of the Society. The call for nominations for Fellows of the ESN to be elected in 2020 opens before each general meeting (every two years).
Nominations for Fellow of the Society may be made by any member. All nominations must be accompanied by a written statement outlining the professional achievements of the nominee and giving reasons for the proposed election. All nominations must be supported by two other members. The selection of Fellows is made by a committee appointed by the Governing Board which will inform the membership of its decision at the General Meeting.
|Raquel Campos Herrera|
|Sebastian Eves-van den Akker was educated at the University of Leeds and the James Hutton Institute. In 2018, he started the Plant-Parasite Interactions group at the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge. Sebastian is a geneticist, interested in the genes that control the dialogue between plants and their parasitic nematodes|