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Prof. Neil Gow Aberdeen University, UK1 Talk
Neil Gow is a Professor in Molecular Mycology at Aberdeen University. He is a former BMS President and current Vice-President of ISHAM and editor in Chief of Fungal Genetics and Biology. His research is focused on the growth, morphogenesis and pathogenesis of the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans and other... read moremedically important fungal species. In recent years he has focused mainly on the genetics of glycosylation and the fungus-host interaction, and on chitin synthesis and hyphal orientation responses.