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Sarah Drury

MSc Graduate Student, University of Guelph

Sarah is studying plant pathology in an MSc program in the Plant Agriculture Department at the University of Guelph. Her research focuses on the sustainable management of a disease of Brassica crops called clubroot. Her research interest is to improve food security by controlling diseases of horticultural crops.    

Sarah Drury, MSc Graduate Student, University of Guelph at the Impact Conference in Victoria, BC

Sarah is the recipient of an HQP scholarship, and she is studying environmental impacts of the agritourism industry in Ontario as  part of this scholarship program. Sarah has presented her research at several conferences, including the Plant Canada Meeting (July 2019) and the Ontario Pest Management Conference (Nov 2018) and she is the recipient of graduate student poster prizes. She has worked as a research assistant in the soybean pathology lab at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Harrow, Ontario and has interned at the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, working with diseases of vegetable crops. She is the Ontario graduate student representative for the Canadian Horticultural Society. Following her master's degree, Sarah plans to pursue a PhD in plant pathology. 


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