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Viticulture & Enology faculty ranked among top 100,000 scientists in the world.

Last fall, a research group from Stanford published an article in PLOS BIOLOGY updating their database of top ranked scientists in the world. Several faculty members from Washington State University’s Viticulture & Enology program made the list, and currently rank among the top 100,000 scientists worldwide.

Dr. Markus Keller
Viticulture Professor

Dr. David G. James
Entomology Professor

Dr. Thomas Henick-Kling
Director, Viticulture & Enology Program
Enology Professor
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center

“This ranking demonstrates the excellence of our faculty in V&E,” said Christine Portfors, Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education. “We are proud of all of those faculty across WSU who are included in this ranking of world-class scientists.”