2016年06月03日 星期五

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Introducing the Asia Fungal Working Group

Committed to education and best practice in mycology

The Asia Fungal Working Group (AFWG) was established in 2009 with the aim to improve the understanding, diagnostics and management of invasive fungal diseases in Asia. The AFWG is committed to facilitating exchange of information and skills among professionals in medical mycology and expanding the fungal surveillance and clinical data to support best practices in Asia. It is now a working group under the
umbrella of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology (ISHAM).

The AFWG is proud to be led by the executive committee members, who are experts in the field of medical mycology and infectious disease from six countries across Asia. Each of the executive committee members has an ongoing commitment to education and to improving the diagnosis and management of fungal diseases in the region. Together, they represent a wealth of clinical expertise and experience, and will continue to pursue the commitments of the working group through a range of initiatives. The AFWG is also taking
the initiative to incorporate experts in the same field from other countries so that the group can be representative of Asia.

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