William Steinbach (firstname.lastname@example.org )
The IPFN is an international collaborative group of 54 centers with investigators focused on pediatric invasive fungal infections. The primary objectives are to conduct research about the epidemiology, treatment and outcomes of pediatric invasive fungal infections, to act as an expert source for clinicians regarding diagnostic and treatment strategies for children, and to serve as a cohesive vehicle for pediatric-dedicated clinical trials.
The IPFN consists of 54 contributing sites (US = 32; International = 22). Currently, there are two active studies:
See Report for 2016