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The MMTN China Conference 2019

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The AFWG continues its successful Medical Mycology Training Network (MMTN) Conference series, bringing updates and new learning opportunities for clinicians and microbiologists to stay abreast of the field of medical mycology. The latest MMTN Conference was held for the first time in Nanchang, China, on April 18–19, 2019 for the mycology community in mainland China.

The program was designed and led by a faculty of international and national mycology experts, and the highlights included:

  • Talaromyces marneffei infection
  • Dermatophytosis and dermatophytes
  • Cryptococcosis: Insights for clinical practice
  • Recent advances of fungal diagnostics and application in Asian laboratories
  • Strengths and limitations of imaging for diagnosis of invasive fungal infections
  • Candidemia: Lessons learnt from Asian studies for intervention
  • Updates on invasive fungal disease management: From ECIL 4–6
  • Demonstrations: Laboratory tests for medically important fungi
  • Fungal identification practice at the Nanchang University

See the full 2019 MMTN China agenda here.




AGENDA

Laboratory diagnosis of fungal infections
Prof Ruoyu Li, Department of Dermatology, Peking University First Hospital; and Peking University Research Center for Medical Mycology (China)
In vitro antifungal susceptibility
Prof Wei Liu, Department of Dermatology, Peking University First Hospital (China)
Morphology identification for molds
Prof Jin Yu, Department of Dermatology, Peking University First Hospital; and Peking University Research Center for Medical Mycology (China)
Dermatophytosis and dermatophytes
Dr Ping Zhan, Institute of Clinical Medicine; and Department of Dermatology, Jiangxi Provincial People's Hospital (China)
Updates on invasive fungal disease management
Dr Samir G Agrawal, Division of Haemato-Oncology, St Bartholomew's Hospital and Blizard Institute, Queen Mary University (United Kingdom)
Evolving fungal landscape in Asia
Prof Yee-Chun Chen, National Institute of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology; and National Taiwan University Hospital and College of Medicine (Taiwan)

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