The 19th ISHAM Congress in Melbourne, Australia, 4-8 May 2015, was a great meeting. The Australian Newzealand Mycology Interest Group (ANZMIG) of the Australasian Infectious Diseases Society (ASID) were the proud host of the meeting. It was run in parallel with the 2015 Mycology Masterclass. Six hundred and sixty seven delegates from 48 countries attended. It was a busy week starting with pre-Congress workshops on the 2nd and 3rd of May with topics as varied as MALDI-TOF, Histopathology, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, Antifungal Susceptibility Testing and Infections in the Immunocompromised Host. There were many scientific highlights and sessions comprising the 4 themes within the program: clinical, translational, one health and basic science aspects of medical mycology, which were very well attended, featuring 323 oral presentations in 36 symposia, and 439 posters, showcasing high quality original research and state of the art reviews. Further important items about the congress can be found here.

 
 

Augustus 29-302015

The 5th Taiwan Medical Mycology Training Network Taipei, Taiwan more info.

 

September 9-112015

The 2nd Turkish National Mycology Symposium Istanbul, Turkey More info.

 

September 16-192015

German speaking Mycological Society (DMykG) University Jena, Germany. www.dmykg-kongress.de.

 

September 17-212015

ICAAC and the International Congress of Chemotherapy (ICC) SanDiego, CA, U.S.A., More info

 

September 20-232015

The congress “Power of Fungi and Mycotoxins in Health and Disease”, Šibenik, Croatia More info

 

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