Assistant Professor of BiologyOffice Location: 80-A BensonPhone: (814) 898 6808Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ProfileBiographyEducation B. S., Botany and Plant Pathology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2000 Ph.D., Plant Pathology, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Cornell University, Geneva, NY, 2007 TeachingDr. Gee's Teaching Specialties Include: Microbial Ecology Mycology Genomics Proteomics Metabolomics ResearchResearch Interests Gene Expression of Grapevine in Response to Fungal Pathogen Attach and Fungicide Resistance in Grapevine Pathogens of the Lake Erie Region PublicationsArticles Published in Refereed Journals Gee, C., Chestnut, S., Duberow, E., Collins, A., & Shields, M. "Downy mildew from Lake Erie vineyards is diverse for the G143A SNP conferring resistance to Quinone outside inhibitor fungicides." Plant Health Progress. Plant Management Network, 17. (2012). Gee, C.T., D.N, Gadoury, and L. Cadle-Davidson. Ontogenic Resistance to Uncinula necator Varies by Genotype and Tissue-Type in a Highly Diverse Collection of Grapevine (Vitis spp.) Plant Disease, 92:1067-1073. (2008).