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Sandra Savocchia has a Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) and a PhD from The University of Adelaide majoring in fungicide resistance and viticultural plant pathology. After completing her PhD she was employed at The University of Adelaide as a researcher in the area of grapevine root pest (phylloxera and root-knot nematode) resistance and was also involved in demonstrating and tutoring undergraduate students. She also worked for a private viticultural consultant in the Southern Vales region of South Australia.

Sandra began lecturing at CSU in 2002 in viticulture and wine science and is currently involved in teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students. She is passionate about her research and is involved in a number of plant pathology related projects including a national project studying the management of grapevine wood diseases.Sandra is currently Associate Dean, Graduate Studies for the Faculty of Science.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 01 Aug 2002

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Copper induces transcription of BcLCC2 laccase gene in phytopathogenic fungus, Botrytis cinerea

Buddhika, U. V. A., Savocchia, S. & Steel, C. C., 11 Feb 2020, In : Mycology.

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    Investigating Botryosphaeria Dieback in Walnuts

    Stella, A., Savocchia, S., Stodart, B., Baaijens, R. & Steel, C., Mar 2020, In : Australian Nutgrower. Autumn, p. 15-17 3 p.

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