Benjamin Schwessinger

benjamin.schwessinger@anu.edu.au

Office
3.0078 Linneaus Building, 137 Linneaus Way
Canberra, ACT 2604

Benjamin Schwessinger has been working on plants and fungi in various aspects from signalling to genomics and from biochemistry to bioinformatics. He started off with Arabidopsis before moving to rice and Xanthomonas. His current work is focused on fungi called rusts with a focal point on the wheat stripe rust fungus Puccinia striiforims f. sp. tritici. Benjamin is fascinated by biology in general and by observing living systems in interaction.