Dr. Juliet M. Marshall

Research Professor at: University of Idaho

Background

Juliet M. Marshall is a Research Professor of Cereals Agronomy and Pathology at the University of Idaho, in the Department of Plant, Soils and Entomological Sciences, joining the faculty in 2004. With 25 years of cereals experience in southern Idaho, Juliet’s responsibilities include the University’s cereal variety trials, research in cereal pathology, product testing, and fertility for end-use quality. Current areas of emphasis include host resistance and control tactics for FHB, stripe rust, dwarf bunt, cereal cyst nematode and crown rot. Dr. Marshall has been the recipient of the Potlatch Joe Anderson Wheat Agronomy Endowment since its establishment in 2013 by the Idaho Wheat Commission and received the Idaho Barley Commission’s Service Award in 2016.

Juliet’s degrees were earned at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, (Ph.D. 1992), and University of Delaware, (M.S. 1988 and B.S. 1982). She is an active member of the Agronomy Society of America and the American Phytopathological Society.