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Fundamental Medical Mycology


MICROM 411 Bacterial Genetics (4) NScMolecular genetics: description of fundamental genetic processes such as mutation, repair, genetic exchange, recombination, and gene expression. Use of genetic strategies to analyze complex biological processes. Focuses on prokaryotic organisms. Prerequisite: BIOL 200; either CHEM 223, CHEM 237, or CHEM 335. Offered: W.View course details in MyPlan: MICROM 411




Fundamental Medical Mycology


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MICROM 445 Medical Virology (3) NScIntroduces medical virology emphasizing basic understanding of the pathogenesis and replication of medically important viruses including the spread, diagnosis, epidemiology, treatment, and prevention of human viral diseases. Prerequisite: either BIOL 180 or BIOL 200; Sp.View course details in MyPlan: MICROM 445


MICROM 460 Medical Mycology and Parasitology (3)Examines medically important fungi and parasites in terms of the symptoms, diagnosis, epidemiology, and therapy of the diseases they cause as well as their mechanisms of pathogenesis. The laboratory course MICROM 461 complements this lecture course but is not required. Prerequisite: BIOL 200 or MICROM 301 Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: MICROM 460


MICROM 461 Medical Mycology and Parasitology Laboratory (2)Hands-on practice to identify medically important fungi and parasites, using live, preserved, and stained samples. Demonstrations along with limited procedures are used to illustrate important features used to distinguish organisms. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: MICROM 460, which may be taken concurrently. Offered: Sp.View course details in MyPlan: MICROM 461


Medical mycology deals with those infections in humans, and animals resulting from pathogenic fungi. As a separate discipline, the concepts, methods, diagnosis, and treatment of fungal diseases of humans are specific. Incorporating the very latest information concerning this area of vital interest to research and clinical microbiologists, Fundamental Medical Mycology balances clinical and laboratory knowledge to provide clinical laboratory scientists, medical students, interns, residents, and fellows with in-depth coverage of each fungal disease and its etiologic agents from both the laboratory and clinical perspective. Richly illustrated throughout, the book includes numerous case presentations.


Medical mycology deals with those infections in humans, and animals resulting from pathogenic fungi. As a separate discipline, the concepts, methods, diagnosis, and treatment of fungal diseases of humans are specific. Incorporating the very latest information concerning this area of vital interest to research and clinical microbiologists,Fundamental Medical Mycology balances clinical and laboratory knowledge to provide clinical laboratory scientists, medical students, interns, residents, and fellows with in-depth coverage of each fungal disease and its etiologic agents from both the laboratory and clinical perspective. Richly illustrated throughout, the book includes numerous case presentations.


Medical Mycology and Fungal Immunology MRes course, covering all aspects of medical mycology, immunity, the molecular basis of infection, and the genomics of infectious disease.


The MRC CMM, recently relocated to the University of Exeter, is a joint investment by the MRC and the University of Exeter and represents one of the most ambitious strategic investments in medical mycology worldwide. The MRC CMM is based in the Geoffrey Pope building within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (HLS).


We are particularly interested in recruiting researchers focused upon co-infections and antimicrobial resistance, and welcome discussions with non-mycological applicants having research portfolios that can incorporate medically important fungal pathogens.


The MRC CMM welcomes applications from postgraduate research (PGR) students, post-doctoral researchers, medical students and clinicians wishing to pursue research questions, gain invaluable experience in cutting edge technologies and experimental design, or to obtain focused training in specific research areas within medical mycology.


A major activity of the Centre is to increase capacity in fundamental and clinical research in medical mycology through research and training programmes for medical and biosciences students, clinicians and early career researchers.


Medical Mycology is now open for enrollment on medicalmycology.expertlearning.net Persons wishing to enroll should contact the instructor, Errol Reiss, by sending an email to errolreiss[a]bellsouth.net Please include your email in your request.


In the present study, we analysed how geographical distribution of the fungal pathogen Cryptococcus gattii VGI in Europe and Mediterranean area has evolved in the last four decades based on the climatic changes, and we tried to predict the scenario for the next decade. Niche modelling by Maxent analysis showed that recent climate changes have significantly affected the distribution of the fungus revealing a gradual expansion of the fundamental niche from 1980 to 2009 followed by an impressive increase in the last decade (2010-2019) during which the environmental surface suitable for the fungal survival was more than doubled. In the next decade, our model predicted an increase in the area of distribution of C. gattii VGI from the coasts of the Mediterranean basin towards the more internal sub-continental areas. On the basis of these predictions, an increase of cases of cryptococcosis due to C. gattii VGI is expected in the next decade and a constant monitoring of the epidemiology of this fungal pathogen represents a crucial strategy to detect the onset of future outbreaks.


A fundamental question in the field of medical mycology is the origin of virulence in those fungal pathogens acquired directly from the environment. In recent years, it was proposed that the virulence of certain environmental animal-pathogenic microbes, such as Cryptococcus neoformans, originated from selection pressures caused by species-specific predation. In this study, we analyzed the interaction of C. neoformans with three Paramecium spp., all of which are ciliated mobile protists. In contrast to the interaction with amoebae, some Paramecium spp. rapidly ingested C. neoformans and killed the fungus. This study establishes yet another type of protist-fungal interaction supporting the notion that animal-pathogenic fungi in the environment are under constant selection by predation.


The Journal of mycology and infection (Acronym: JMI, Abbreviation: J Mycol Infect) aims to publish articles of exceptional interests in thefield of medical mycology. The journal originally was launched in 1996 as the Korean Journal of Medical Mycology and has reformed intothe current state beginning on March of 2018. The contents of the journal should elucidate important microbiological fundamentals andprovide qualitative insights to respective clinical aspects. JMI underlines the submission of novel findings and studies in clinical mycologythat are enriched by analyses achieved through investigative methods. Copyright 2018 Journal of mycology and infection


Introduction to medical mycologyMYCOLOGY is the study of fungi Myco- = fungi - mykes (mushroom) -logy = the study ofthe study of fungi, includes their genetic and biochemical properties, theirtaxonomy, and their use to humans as source for medicinals (e., penicillin),food (e., beer, wine, cheese, mushrooms ...), as well as their dangers, suchas poisoning or infection.HISTORY Mycology was one of the first microbiological sciences, beginning around1835, when Bassi discovered that some fungi are pathogenic. In 1900,Darling characterized the pathogenic fungus, Histoplasma capsulatum.However, the majority of the techniques used today to isolate and identifyfungi were developed in the early 1900's by a scientist named Sabouraud.Because of his major contributions in mycology, Sabouraud is called the"Father of Mycology." Medical mycology is a special of medicalmicrobiology concerned with all aspects of diseases in humans and loweranimals caused by pathogenic fungi. Mycoses are diseases of humans andlower animals caused by pathogenic fungi.


The MRC CMM is a world-leading research centre that is helping to tackle the global threat to human health caused by fungal diseases. Fungal infections now kill more people worldwide than malaria and similar numbers to tuberculosis. The MRC CMM is one of the most ambitious strategic investments in medical mycology and integrates researchers from multiple fields of expertise to increase our understanding of fungal pathogens and cognate immune defences, and to identify new ways to diagnose, prevent and treat fungal diseases. A major activity of the Centre is to increase capacity in fundamental and clinical research in medical mycology through research and training programmes for medical and biosciences students, clinicians, and early career researchers. The Centre has established a satellite research and training Unit in Cape Town and is in the process of establishing similar Units in South America and in Asia. The MRC CMM also has numerous strategic interactions with other national and international groups and actively promotes the public engagement and understanding of our science.


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