2012 Summary of nominations for authors for diagnostic protocols




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Nomination for Authors Agenda item: 6.3


2012 Summary of nominations for authors for diagnostic protocols

The IPPC Secretariat made a call for authors for Ips spp. and Dendroctonus ponderosae diagnostic protocols on 12 September 2012. Nominations were due by 1 November 2012.


The nominees are listed bellow and the main qualifications points from their CVs have been extracted. The protocol they were nominated to write is in the right column as Diagnostic Protocol.





Country

Name

Position / Job duties / Expertise

Contact details

Email

Notes

Diagnostic Protocol

1.

Canada

Mr. Hume DOUGLAS

  • Quarantine Specialist Researcher, Scientific Advisor and Insect Identifier (including Ips and Dendroctonus spp.) for CFIA since August 2006;

  • Collaborator on the updated identification guide to Canada’s 215 scolytine species (including Ips and Dendroctonus spp.). This work involved developing diagnostic protocols for all Canadian bark beetles including Dendroctonus and Ips;

  • Collaborator with Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, University of Guelph, and Frank Etzler (Montana State University) to produce DNA barcode libraries for North American Scolytinae and Elateridae (including Ips and Dendroctonus spp.);

  • Teaching assistance background;

  • Participated in several insect collecting trips;

  • PhD Biology (Entomology)

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

Bldg. 18, 960 Carling Ave.

Ottawa ON, K1A 0C6, Canada

Tel.: +1 613-759-7128

hume.douglas@inspection.gc.ca

TPDP November 2012: Lead author for Ips sp. and co-author for D. ponderosae

Ips spp. and Dendroctonus ponderosae

2.

France (Nominated by EPPO)

Mr. Jean-François GERMAIN

  • Insect identifier at ANSES. Also member of the EPPO panel on entomology;

  • Experience in realization of protocols of identification and pest risk analysis on pests of quarantine importance;

  • Author of several diagnostic protocols published in EPPO bulletins (including Coleoptera genus);

  • Experience in accomplishment and publication of arboriculture agricultural warnings as entomologist;

  • Auditor’s experience for quarantine laboratories in France and Tunisia;

  • PhD Ecology/Entomology

Anses-Laboratoire de la Santé des Végétaux, station de Montpellier.

CBGP campus international de Baillarguet CS 30016, FR-34988 Montferrier-sur-Lez

France

Tel : + 33 4 67 02 25 68



Jean-francois.germain@anses.fr

TPDP November 2012: Co-author for D. ponderosae

Dendroctonus ponderosae

3.

China

Mr. RunZhi ZHANG

  • Professor of entomology at the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 24 years of experience from assistant to professor

  • Identification and management of invasive pest insects, insect taxonomy (weevil, Curculionidae systematic). Description of 120 new species, development of control techniques for Colorado potato beetle and cotton aphid, publication in 2012 on the taxonomic status of bark beetles;

  • Researches of morphological, cladistics and molecular analysis on adults and larvae of the superfamily Curculionoidea all supported the status Scolytinae belonging to the family Curculionidae;

  • Scientific committee member of the Ministry of Agriculture (China);

  • Standing committee member of Chinese Society of Entomology;

  • Editors of the journals: Journal of Plant Protection, Chinese Journal of Biological Control, Chinese bulletin of Entomology, Journal of Environmental Entomology and ‘Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology”;

  • Ph.D. from Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Entomology.

Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,

No.1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District,

Beijing 100101,

P.R. China

TEL: +86-10-64807270

FAX: +86-10-64807099



zhangrz@ioz.ac.cn

TPDP November 2012: Co-author for Ips sp

Ips spp.


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