Forest Pathology gives you a worldwide perspective on forest pathological problems. We are a highly specialized forestry journal for professions working with forest tree diseases.

We study all causes of disease- fungi, bacteria, nematodes, viruses, and phytoplasmas. Our journal builds understanding in our community, so solutions can be found. We study genetic anomalies, and environmental physical and chemical factors to find answers.

Our new Editor-in-Chief for Forest Pathology
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jane Stewart as the journal's new Editor-in-Chief. Jane is an Associate Professor of Plant Pathology in the Department of Agricultural Biology at Colorado State University working on fungal diseases of forest, shade and fruit trees, and soil health.

Dr. Stewart has more than 20 years of extensive experience in fungal biology, molecular diagnostics, molecular biology, population genomics of forest pathogens, including invasive and emerging pathogens and has published over 80 manuscripts. She also currently teaches undergraduate and graduate level classes in Tree Health and Management that are focused on a broad array of forest diseases and insect pests and their management. Her research program at Colorado State University is focused on forest pathogens locally and abroad to better understand the biology, ecology and genetics, and management of emerging forest pathogenic fungi.
We also extend a huge thanks to Professor Stephen Woodward, who has led Forest Pathology for the last 13 years.



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