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13–15 September 2018 First Balkan Conference on Medical Mycology and Mycotoxicology

Timisoara - Romania

The aim of this regional meeting is to improve the medical mycology knowledge in specialists from all twelve Balkan countries and to make their activity in the field more dynamic and visible. The meeting also represents a great opportunity to identify and solve major gaps in diagnostic and therapy, to exchange ideas with researchers and clinicians from other European countries, to develop common networks and research. The programme will include sessions on clinical mycology, environmental mycology, toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins, veterinary mycology, antifungal therapy, translational research and drug design. All participants will have the opportunity to interact with outstanding invited speakers during the special meet-the-experts sessions.

12–13 January 2019 Immunology of Fungal Infections (GRS) Gordon Research Seminar

Galveston, TX, USA

In this Seminar, the upcoming next generation of fungal immunologists from around the world will be brought together to present cutting-edge ideas and novel insights that helps us to understand the mechanisms underlying fungal-host interactions, the molecular pathways that promote protection against fungal infections, and how this information might be exploited in the clinic. The program will promote discussion on these topics and will conclude with a final training session on communicating research to journal editors, the public and grant committees.

18–24 May 2019 Human Fungal Pathogens 2019

La Colle-sur-Loup, France

Deadline for applications and abstract submissions: February 1, 2019. Detailed information regarding this event will be available later.

11–14 October 2019 9th Trends in Medical Mycology

Nice, France

It is a great honour and pleasure for us to invite you cordially to participate in the 9th Congress on Trends in Medical Mycology (TIMM-9), which will be held in October 11-14, 2019 at Nice-Acropolis Convention Center, Nice, France. The meeting is designed for medical microbiologists, medical mycologists, heamatologists, oncologists, transplant physicians, intensivists, immunologists, and all those with interest in medical mycology. We expect TIMM-9 to be at least as successful as previous TIMM Congresses, which brought together around 1,000 international delegates from all over the world.

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