This network is the coming together of five complimentary world leading teams based at the University of Manchester and
Fungi are everywhere, and a few species can cause very serious lethal infections. Fungal infections (mycoses) kill more people around the world than malaria. There are no vaccines to protect against fungal infections and we often diagnose them too late to save the patient.
Our exhibit at the Manchester Science Festival spotlights UK research that will help to improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment of mycoses.
Manchester Fungal Infection Group, National Aspergillosis Centre, Mycology Reference Centre all carry out research programs.
The Manchester Fungal Infection Group (MFIG) is
National Aspergillosis Centre, Mycology Reference Centre Manchester
The UK National Aspergillosis Centre has been commissioned (2009) by the Department of Health to provide long term
PhD, Medical Mycology FT MSc, training workshops, internships
Many opportunities for training and learning are available from fungi@MANCHESTER