3 responses to “Murray Isman”

  1. Mahsa

    Dear Prof. Dr Murry Isman,

    I would you like to continue my PhD education under your supervision in British Colombia university. I conducted various surveys on botanical extracts and insect toxicology. I am interested in this matter. Please help me to give this opportunity. I am looking forward your reply.

    Mahsa Dehghani

    1. Ethan

      Hello Mahsa,

      I don’t know if Dr. Isman is accepting new students at this time, but you can reach out to him directly at murray.isman@ubc.ca

      Thank you.

  2. Klaus Ferlow

    Dear Dr. Murray Isman:

    I am wondering whether you are the person being interviewed by Dr. David Suzuki for his video “What’s in a Neem Tree”, which the CBC in 1994 did broadcast under “The Nature of Things.”
    I am publishing a book about the miraculous Neem tree from India, “Neem: Nature’s Healing Gift to Humanity” due to my over 20 years experience working with Neem in April/May 2015. You were also involved as a contributor to the book “Neem: A Tree Solving Global Problems” and to the book “The Neem Tree.”
    I collaborated with the two world renowned scientists, entomologists and Neem researchers Dr. Ramesh Saxena, Chairman of the Neem Foundation, Bombay, India and Prof. Dr. Heinrich Schmutterer of the Justus-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany, now retired. I attended as a speaker the 6th World Neem Conference Nov. 21 – 24, 2012 in Nagpur, India.
    I am stil searching for knowledgeable Neem professionals who would be interested receiving a complementary copy of the first edition of my Neem book and write some short comments to be published in the second edition under “praise for the book.”
    Thank you for your attention and I remain,

    yours in health,
    Klaus Ferlow, HMH, HA
    NEEM RESEARCH
    Mission, B.C.
    http://www.hans.org ( I am a board member)