13th Annual Fungal Update
Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd March 2018
The Great Hall, St Bartholomew's Hospital
London EC1A 7BE
On behalf of the organising committee, it gives me great pleasure to announce the dates for next year’s 13th Annual Fungal Update in the Great Hall at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. The meeting will take place on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd March 2018. Please mark the dates in your diary and sign up below to be added to the mailing list for invitations later in the year.
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Following on from the great success of this year's 12th Annual Fungal Update, we are now in the process of assembling another excellent programme which promises to deliver further valuable insights, education and updates. If you have any suggestions of topics or speakers that you would like to be included in the agenda, I encourage you to post these on the Fungal Update Discussion Forum and all ideas will be considered by the organising committee.
This website will be updated as the programme develops and will provide further information in the near future so please check back regularly for news about the agenda, speakers and logistical arrangements. Make sure you join the mailing list above to receive your invitation and we will send you a link to the registration page when it opens.
In the meantime, the videos of all the excellent sessions from the last three Annual Fungal Updates are now available via the relevant links at the top of this page so please feel free to enjoy and share.
Some of the feedback from this year’s meeting is given below and I very much hope that you can join us for what will be another fascinating and valuable meeting in 2018!
Dr. S. G. Agrawal, BSc, FRCP, FRCPath, PhD
Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant, Barts Health NHS Trust
& Blizard Institute, Queen Mary University of London
Organising Committee: Dr. Samir Agrawal, Dr. Elaine Bignell, Dr. Mansour Ceesay, Dr. Jonathan Lambourne, Dr. Rohini Manuel, Prof. Malcolm Richardson, Prof. Paul Verweij, Prof. Adilia Warris, Dr. Lewis White, Dr. Mark Wilks
"Medical Mycology has become a fast moving specialty. The Fungal Update meetings provide a very useful forum for hearing all about new developments."
Prof. Malcolm Richardson, ISHAM President
"The British Society for Medical Mycology fully supports and endorses the Fungal Update Meeting. The meeting advances education, promotes research and is making an important contribution to Medical Mycology."
Prof. Tom Rogers, BSMM President
“Fantastic meeting. Great range of topics and excellent speakers.”
“My expectations were high, but the meeting was even better than anticipated.”
“Broad spectrum of topics, exciting subjects and speakers. Would come back next year for sure.”