We offer training posts for researchers, clinicians and students at several levels. These individuals represent the future of medical mycology. By providing world leading training through bespoke courses, we can increase the capacity needed to keep tackling these infections. Without these people, we cannot move the field forward, which will increase the burden of fungal diseases and lead to more deaths.
It is especially important for us to increase capacity in medical mycology in lower and middle income countries (LMICs). Therefore, we hope to offer more opportunities to scientists and clinicians from LMICs to come to Exeter to train on our 1-year MRs course, or to study remotely by undertaking our online MSc, PG Dip and PG Cert training programmes.
Donations allow us to provide more opportunities for these trainees from LMICs, especially by helping to bring down their costs relating to programme fees, travel and subsistence costs.
For more information on our training programmes, see our Training vision page.