An early 2020 FEBS Practical Course
Don't miss this early event in next year's FEBS Advanced Courses program: it is open for applications now, and the deadline is October 31, 2019.
FEBS PRACTICAL COURSE
State-of-the-art alternative infection models to study molecular mechanisms of human fungal infections
February 16–23, 2020
This course is designed to train graduate students, post-docs, and young independent investigators in state-of-the-art alternative infection models to study human fungal pathogens. Laboratory exercises include different infection models such as cell culture, interaction with primary immune cells, and alternative model hosts, and a wide array of read-out methods, e.g. adhesion, invasion, damage and phagocytosis assays, immunological methods and imaging. Invited speakers will provide further insight into fungal biology pathogenesis. Social evenings and joined meals provide ample opportunities for informal exchange with lecturers.
Organizers: Ilse Jacobsen, Bernhard Hube, Mark Gresnigt
Deadline for applications: October 31, 2019