The 3rd Mycology Tyrol Symposium on the 26th of September will continue to promote the interdisciplinary scientific exchange of prominent microbiological topics. In addition to plenary sessions, students and postdoctoral researchers will have the opportunity to present their projects in short elevator talks and receive feedback from the community in open poster sessions. The concluding open mixer will provide time for extensive networking and for finding collaboration opportunities. This one-day symposium is free and open to everyone with a special interest in modern mycological research.
The 3rd Mycology Tyrol Symposium will be held on the 26th of September 2019 and continues to promote the interdisciplinary scientific exchange of prominent microbiological topics including Molecular Fungal Cell Biology, Fungal Physiology, Environmental Mycology, Microbial Resource Management and Clinical Mycology. Researchers from the University of Innsbruck and the Medical University of Innsbruck will join forces to discuss the latest advancements and novel trends in their fields.
Belowground organisms play critical roles in maintaining multiple ecosystem processes, including plant productivity, decomposition, and nutrient cycling. Together with an international team of researchers Sigrid Neuhauser and Martin Kirchmair investigated the microbial composition of soils worldwide. Surprising result: The diversity of living organisms in the soil is not necessarily related to the diversity of plants growing on it.