Mycology News

MYCOLOGY MASTERCLASS VIII 26-28 October 2017

The Mycology MasterClass is held every 2 years and is internationally recognised as a valuable and prestigious advanced training program in medical mycology. It attracts significant demand for places and will once again reflect current clinical and laboratory practice with a program of lectures and problem based learning exercises. The program has been formulated by ANZMIG and is a consensus of the most topical issues in mycology selected by the key Australasian opinion leaders in this field.

Special discount registration fees will be available to financial members of the Australian Society for Microbiology (ASM), Australian Society for Infectious Diseases (ASID) and Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ). Registration includes conference sessions, catering on each day, and a social function in the evenings.

Numbers are limited to 80 places.

Convenor: Dr Sarah Kidd
National Mycology Reference Centre, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, SA Pathology
Email: sarah.kidd@sa.gov.au

Venue – Mantra on Salt Beach, Gunnamatta Avenue, Kingscliff, Tweed Coast, NSW.
The Mantra is only 15 minutes from Coolangatta airport and regular hotel transfers are available.

The Mycology MasterClass is organised under the auspices of ANZMIG (Australian & New Zealand Mycoses Interest Group, Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases).

More information including preliminary program and registration details will be available soon at:

http://www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au/masterclass.html



View Scientific Presentations live

ANZMIG Scientific Sessions include three mycology case presentations and discussions. Before each meeting, ASID members can register to view the presentations live. You will be sent reminder emails and a link to login and view the session. For those unable to watch live, a recording will be uploaded at the conclusion of the session for viewing at any time. Slides from previous presentations and recordings can be viewed by logging in to the ASID website and going to the ANZMIG page: click here