Education and teaching tools

This section offers a wide collection of educational material.

ESCMID online lectures in Medical Mycology and Aspergillosis (2012).

Interactive masterclass: Management of chronic and allergic pulmonary aspergillosis, by Prof David Denning. Slides and videos are presented.
As presented at the 5th AAA meeting in Istanbul 25th January 2012.


  • Online Training – Medical Mycology module with case examples : Molecular Diagnostics Tutorial
  • Individual training courses can be arranged. Make a request 

  • The slides section contains: 


    • Many slide presentations from relevant scientific conferences updated as they are released 
    • General slide presentations designed to educate on fungal infections, treatment with antifungals and management of specific infections.
  • Several videos including 

    A fine needle biopsy of the lung, 
    A bronchoscopy
    Removal of a fungal ball from lung
    A nasal endoscopy 
    A fungal ball removal from the sinus
    Endoscopic treatment of sinusitis 

    are all available to view for clinical teaching purposes.

  • Aspergillosis for Patients Meeting held in Rome in Feb 2010 . This international meeting was recorded especially for patients with aspergillus related problems- designed to provide a resource for patients and address some of their questions.
  • Several patient interviews with CPA, ABPA and aspergilloma with drug resistance, can be viewed with information on their symptoms and treatment – now in the teaching videos section. 

  • The video clips section contains a set of short cell biology video clips representing a visual image of the interaction between human phagocytic cells and fungal elements

  • We will be adding much new material over the coming months so please keep visiting this section. Should you wish to donate material to the site please contact the Website Managers. The Aspergillus Website is happy for teachers to download any of the material solely for educational purposes, but please acknowledge the source and remember the copyright remains the property of the Fungal Research Trust. It is not permitted to reproduce this material on other websites or in any form without permission.

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