I am an Assistant Professor of Mycology in the Department of Plant Pathology at Cornell University. I direct Cornell's Plant Pathology Herbarium, perhaps the fifth largest collection of fungal specimens in North America, and teach several courses in mycology. My research focuses on the ecology and systematics of fungi that are pathogens of insects, including Cordyceps, Hirsutella, Beauveria, entomophthoralean fungi and ilk.
My web pages are still generated dynamically in SQL. I haven't been updating them as often as I should. It's hard to keep up, and Google has replaced much of the functionality of this site. Still, it's a good place to browse for sites you'd never guess existed, eh?
I am always happy to receive additions, corrections, and suggestions.
Dr. Kathie T. Hodge Dept. of Plant Pathology 401 Plant Science Bldg. Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
15 December 2005