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GAIN 2020: Agenda


15:00 – 15:05

Welcome

Prof. Rosemary Barnes

Cardiff University


15:05 – 15:40

The current state of play: Respiratory virus-associated aspergillosis/fungal disease

Dr. Lewis White

Public Health Wales Microbiology, Cardiff


15:40 – 16:10

Steroid treatment and the risk of invasive fungal infection

Dr. Tihana Bicanic

St George’s, University of London


16:10 – 16:30

Break


16:30 – 17:00

Fungal co-infections in the COVID-19 era: Lessons learned – King’s Experience

Dr. Silke Schelenz

King’s College Hospital


17:00 – 17:20

Session 1 round up Q&A panel discussion

Dr. Lewis White

Public Health Wales Microbiology, Cardiff

Dr. Tihana Bicanic

St George’s, University of London

Dr. Silke Schelenz

King’s College Hospital


17:20 – 17:25

Closing remarks

Prof. Rosemary Barnes

Cardiff University


10:00 – 10:05

Welcome

Prof. Ignacio Martin-Loeches

Trinity College Dublin


10:05 – 10:45

Improving the understanding and diagnosis of antifungal resistance in the UK & Ireland – is there really a problem?

Dr. Lily Novak Frazer

The University of Manchester


10:45 – 11:05

Break


11:05 – 11:20

A critique of recently published data

Prof. Rosemary Barnes

Cardiff University


11:20 – 12:00

The year in review: Top 10 clinical and scientific papers

Dr. Samir Agrawal

St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry

Dr. Ruth Ashbee

Ashbee Healthcare Consultancy


12:00 – 12:20

Session 2 round up Q&A panel discussion

Prof. Rosemary Barnes

Cardiff University

Dr. Samir Agrawal

St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry

Dr. Ruth Ashbee

Ashbee Healthcare Consultancy

Dr. Lily Novak Frazer

The University of Manchester


12:20 – 12:25

Closing remarks

Prof. Ignacio Martin-Loeches

Trinity College Dublin


15:00 – 15:05

Welcome

Prof. Gordon Ramage

University of Glasgow, School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing


15:05 – 15:30

The impact of climate change and natural disasters on invasive fungal infections

Prof. Matthew Fisher

Imperial College London


15:30 – 15:55

The impact of lifestyle activities on IFIs: A series of case studies

Prof. Tom Rogers

Trinity College Dublin


15:55 – 16:15

Break


16:15 – 16:40

A fatal quad bike accident case study

Prof. Malcolm Richardson

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust


16:40 – 17:00

Session 3 round up Q&A panel discussion

Prof. Matthew Fisher

Imperial College London

Prof. Tom Rogers

Trinity College Dublin

Prof. Malcolm Richardson

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust


17:00 – 17:05

Closing remarks

Prof. Gordon Ramage

University of Glasgow, School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing



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Job number: UK-ANF-2020-10-0096 | Date of preparation: February 2021