Championing the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and management
of invasive fungal infections.
The MSGERC sets an annual educational agenda based on current evidence in mycology, collaborating with the Education Committee and educational consultants. Learning activities are organized that meet the learning needs of infectious disease specialists, adult and pediatric internists, pharmacists, health care practitioners, and researchers. MSGERC educational offerings range from high-level international forums, “air lifted” educational conferences and symposia. as well as enduring activities that provide web-accessible continuing medical education.
Dr. John Perfect
Why Attend the MSGERC Biennial Meeting?
The MSGERC biennial meeting "Clinical Mycology Today" takes place every 2 years over the course of 3 full days. Experts from around the globe who specialize in fungus and mycoses gather for plenary talks, poster sessions, and networking events. Academic investigators, junior investigators/fellows, private infectious disease practitioners, industry and government members come together to address common goals, recent research, and the future of mycology across the globe.
If you are not already a member of the MSGERC, join now to enjoy member registration discounts.
For more information on the MSGERC 2024 Biennial Meeting please click here.
The MSGERC works in tandem with key CME providers Terranova Medica, LLC and University of Nebraska Center of Continuing Education, School of Medicine. Go to the MSGERC Continuing Education Portal for a full listing of CME offerings.
MSGERC Grand Rounds Webinar Series, Episode 4 — Community-acquired Pneumonia:
When to Think Fungus
This is a free online library, crowdsourced and continuously updated, intended as a reference for both patient care and teaching of transplant infectious diseases, as described in Open Forum Infectious Diseases (https://doi.org/10.1093/ofid/ofad081). Updates are also posted to Twitter (http://twitter.com/TransplantIDNet).
- a new interface with checkboxes
- improved folder organization
- the ability to search within previous searches
For those who prefer the old interface, it can be reached through http://old.transplantid.net
This project was produced by the AST ID COP Online Transplant Infectious Diseases Library Working Group, and funded by the AST ID COP. The new interface was implemented by Saurabh Sindhu (http://bytethisapp.co.in).
We hope this will be a useful resource for ID trainees, ID educators, and all clinicians involved in the care of immunocompromised patients.
For questions related to this initiative, please contact me at email@example.com
The members of MSGERC are involved at every level across the globe in Mycosis research and education. Many of them are involved in other associations and conferences. Go to the following websites for more information.