Mycology Tyrol Mini-Symposium 2018

The 2nd Mycology Tyrol Minisymposium will be held on the 5th of September 2018 and will create a highly interdisciplinary scientific exchange and discussion platform on topics including Molecular Fungal Cell Biology, Fungal Physiology, Environmental Mycology, Microbial Resource Management and Clinical Mycology.

Mycology Tyrol Mini-Symposium 2019

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.

Mycology Tyrol Symposium 2019

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.

Sigrid Neuhauser identified and described an obligate parasite infecting the bull kelp Durvillaea (Phaeophyceae, Fucales).

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IOBC 2017

Mag. Dr. Hermann Strasser and Maria Zottele, one of his group members, will participate in the 16th meeting of the IOBC-WPRS Working Group Microbial and Nematode Control of Invertebrate Pests, to be held at the Agricultural University of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia, from 11 to 15 June 2017. In addition to two talks Hermann Strasser will also be the convenor of the fungi oral-session.