Date: 1-2 MArch 2023
Venue: Maritim Hotel in Kiel, Germany
SymbNET researchers are entitled to travel and accommodation support (limited places available)!REGISTER
Hosted by the CRC 1182, Kiel Life Science, Kiel Plant Center, and SymbNET, “Fungi – the forgotten component of metaorganisms” is designed to be a small and focused meeting including experts and colleagues from different disciplines of research including medical mycology, plant pathology, and fungal genetics.
The aim of this symposium is to share our experiences and knowledge across discipline boundaries and discuss how together we can better explore the role of fungi in animal and plant metaorganisms systems.
Stephan Rosshart, Freiburg University, DE
“Born to be Wild – Wildlings a noveltranslational research model acknowledging the mammalian metaorganism”
Joseph Heitman, Duke University, USA
“Fungi on the skin: Malassezia and beyond”
Alga Zuccaro, Cologne University, DE
“Disentangling programmed cell death (PCD) in plant microbe interactions”
Bart Thomma, Cologne University, DE
“Fungal plant pathogens manipulate host microbiota to promote disease development”
Marie-Claire Arrieta, University of Calgary, Canada
“The early life mycobiome in host immune education”
Petra Bacher, UKSH, Kiel, DE
“Anti-fungal immunity in humans: at the intersection of protection and inflammatory disease”
Get more info and register here by Jan 30.
SymbNET researchers are entitled to travel and accommodation support (limited places available)!