In addition to the vast KNOWLEDGE BASE found in MSGERC DrFungus and the Mycology Case of the Month; several educational offerings are also available through the MSGERC website.
We invite you to contribute: cases of the month; educational presentations; interesting publication citations with links to PubMed.
Anyone with educational materials about invasive fungal infections related topics are welcome to contribute to DrFungus.org We welcome your contributions and will help tweet them out and post them on our website.
Please note that copyright restrictions prohibit us from posting images or full publications that are copyrighted unless you have obtained written permission from the copyright owner.
Diagnosing and treating unique cases can be challenging. MSGERC members have established “Case of the Month” as a venue to share interesting case presentations, diagnostic workups, treatment and clinical course. To provide a Case of the Month, please see the page “Case of the Month” to view current offerings and to obtain the template for cases. We ask that you include images as separate, numbered jpegs.
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Jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine; Terranova Medica, LLC; and the Mycoses Study Group Education & Research Consortium.
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from F2G.
“ID in Motion” a new YouTube offering is online. Hosted by Oliver Cornely, MD, videos will provide educational updates.
For updated, follow @CornelyOliver on Twitter
Thank you Dr. Oliver Cornely for your contribution!
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC.gov) Mycology Branch provides educational materials and epidemiologic tracking of invasive fungal infections, including the emerging Candida Auris.
Fungal Disease Awareness Week (FDAW) 2019 was a success!
Multiple educational materials on invasive fungal infections are found on the CDC website here.
MSGERC and Drfungus are active in social media
MSGERC Twitter | Drfungus Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook
The inaugural Biennial Meeting of the MSGERC “Clinical Mycology Today” 2016– was held on September 20-23, 2016 at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, CA, USA. All video presentations and slide pdfs from this meeting are viewable here.
The 2nd Biennial Meeting of the MSGERC “Clinical Mycology Today” was held on September 25-28, 2018 in Big Sky, Montana. Video Lectures are located here.
The upcoming 3rd Biennial Meeting of the MSGERC “Clinical Mycology Today- 2020” will be held in September 22-25, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
Go to the MSGERC.org website for registration information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming Soon! In keeping with our mission to support patient advocacy, we are beginning to develop the patient experience through The Face of Fungal Infection and other patient advocacy materials on the MSGERC.org website. Please interview your patients who would like to share their stories and patient perspectives.
The re-launch of MSGERC DoctorFungus has been a labor of love and includes untold hours of writing, researching, and re-writing. We estimate that by Spring 2020, the site will have been totally rewritten. A dedicated team has taken the lead, but we also need you!
The Editorial Board of MSGERC Doctor Fungus is expanding. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a contributing content editor or member of this dedicated Editorial Board.
George R. Thompson, MD, Editor in Chief
Tom Patterson, MD, Editor in Chief
Oliver Cornely, MD (Education, ECCM)
Carol Kauffman, MD (Treatment)
Peter G. Pappas, MD (Case of the Month)
Joe Vazquez, MD (Case of the Month)
Nathan Wiederhold, Pharm.D., (Nomenclature)
This site page will be updated quarterly.
Last updated on: January 31, 2020