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The Oxford Textbook of Medical Mycology is a comprehensive reference text which brings together the science and medicine of human fungal disease. Written by a leading group of international authors to bring a global expertise, it is divided into sections that deal with the principles of mycology, the organisms, a systems-based approach to management, fungal disease in specific patient groups, diagnosis, and treatment.
The detailed clinical chapters take account of recent international guidelines on the management of fungal disease. With chapters covering recent developments in taxonomy, fungal genetics and other "omics", epidemiology, pathogenesis, and immunology, this textbook is well suited to aid both scientists and clinicians.
The extensive illustrations, tables, and in-depth coverage of topics, including discussion of the non-infective aspects of allergic and toxin mediated fungal disease, are designed to aid the understanding of mechanisms and pathology, and extend the usual approach to fungal disease.
Oxford Textbook of Medical Mycology is essential reading for microbiologists, research scientists, infectious diseases clinicians, respiratory physicians, and those managing immunocompromised patients. Part of the Oxford Textbook in Infectious Disease and Microbiology series, it is also a useful companion text for students and trainees looking to supplement mycology courses and microbiology training.
1. The principles of medical mycology
1: Introduction to medical mycology, David W. Warnock
2: Fungal taxonomy and nomenclature, Andrew M. Borman
3: Physiology and metabolism of fungal pathogens, Neil A.R. Gow, Alistair J.P. Brown
4: Fungal cell structure and organization, Nick D. Read
5: Fungal genetics, Paul S. Dyer, Carol A. Munro, Rosie E. Bradshaw
6: Fungal genomics and transcriptomics, Carol A. Munro, Duncan Wilson
7: Epidemiology and fungal disease, Rajal K. Mody, Angela Alquist Cleveland, Shawn R. Lockhart, Mary E. Brandt
8: Pathogenesis of fungal disease, Frank C. Odds
9: Immunology of fungal disease, Ivy M. Dambuza, Jeanette Wagener, Gordon D. Brown, Neil A.R. Gow
2. Medically important fungi
10: Aspergillus species, Stephanie Smith, Rohini J. Manuel, Christopher C. Kibbler
11: Candida species, Bernhard Hube, Oliver Kurzai
12: Cryptococcus species, Catriona L. Halliday, Sarah E. Kidd
13: Other yeasts, Chris Linton, Susan Howell
14: Dematiaceous fungi, Sarah E. Kidd, Catriona L. Halliday
15: The dermatophytes, Susan Howell
16: Endemic dimorphic fungi, Angela Restrepo, Angel A. Gónzalez, Beatriz L. Gómez
17: Hyaline moulds, Elizabeth M. Johnson
18: Mucoraceous moulds, Thomas R. Rogers, Elizabeth M. Johnson
19: Pneumocystis jirovecii, Stuart Flanagan
3. Fungal diseases
20: Fungal bone and joint infections, Damien Mack, Simon Warren, Shara Palanivel, Christopher P. Conlon
21: Fungal cardiovascular infections, Sarah Drake, Jonathan Sandoe
22: Fungal central nervous system infections, Tihana Bicanic, Thomas S. Harrison
23: Fungal infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, Roderick J. Hay
24: Fungal infections of ear, nose, and throat, Arunaloke Chakrabarti
25: Fungaemia and disseminated infection, Rebecca Lester, John Rex
26: Fungal diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, Silke Schelenz
27: Genito-urinary fungal infections, Jack D. Sobel
28: Fungal eye infections, Heather L. Clark, Eric Pearlman
29: Fungal infections of the kidney and those associated with renal failure, dialysis, and renal Transplantation, Eileen K. Maziarz, John R. Perfect
30: Fungal infections of the respiratory tract, Samantha E. Jacobs, Catherine B. Small, Thomas J. Walsh
31: Fungal toxin-mediated disease, Christopher C. Kibbler
4. Fungal infections in specific patient groups
32: Fungal infections in haemato-oncology, Philipp Koehler, Oliver A. Cornely
33: Fungal infections among patients with AIDS, Blandine Denis, Fanny Lanternier, Olivier Lortholary
34: Fungal infections in solid organ transplantation, Darius Armstrong James, Anand Shah, Anna Reed
35: Fungal Infections in neonates, Adilia Warris
36: Fungal infections in intensive therapy units, Rosemary Barnes, Matthijs Backx
37: Fungal disease in cystic fibrosis and chronic respiratory disorders, Chris Kosmidis, David W. Denning, Eavan G. Muldoon
5. Diagnosis of fungal disease
38: Biosafety and quality assurance in the mycology labratory, Michael D. Palmer, Shila Seaton
39: Microscopy and culture of fungal disease, Gillian Shankland
40: Histopathology of fungal disease, Sebastian B. Lucas
41: The imaging of fungal disease, Joanne Cleverley
42: Serology of fungal disease, Richard Barton
43: Molecular diagnosis of fungal disease, P. Lewis White, Rosemary A. Barnes
44: Guidelines for the diagnosis of fungal disease, Manuel Cuenca-Estrella
6. Antifungal therapy
45: Principles of antifungal therapy, Russell E. Lewis
46: Antifungal agents, Donna M. MacCallum
47: Antifungal susceptibility testing and resistance, Elizabeth M. Johnson
48: Antifungal therapeutic drug monitoring, H. Ruth Ashbee
49: Antifungal treatment guidelines, Laura Cottom, Brian L. Jones
Christopher C. Kibbler is Professor of Medical Microbiology at University College London and medical mycology is the focus of his academic interests. He has published more than 200 papers, articles, chapters and books and contributed to a number of international guidelines on the management of fungal disease. He is Past President of the British Society of Medical Mycology (BSMM), Past Chair of the UK Clinical Mycology Network and Programme Director of the UCL/BSMM Masters Programme in Medical Mycology.
Richard Barton is a principal clinical scientist and is responsible for running and developing the Mycology Reference Centre in Leeds an NHS mycology diagnostic service provided to health service providers across the UK and beyond. He has published in areas of diagnostic mycology, served on the BSMM executive, and taught at the University of Leeds and for the UCL/BSMM Masters Programme in Medical Mycology.
Neil A. R. Gow is s Professor of Molecular Mycology at the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology at the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition at the Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He is-past- President of the British Mycological Society, the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology (ISHAM) and is current President of the Microbiology Society. He has published extensively on medical and general mycology.
Susan Howell is Head of St John's Dermatology Mycology at Viapath. Her mycological focus is on superficial and subcutaneous fungal infections, and she leads a mycology service that serves patients from the St John's Dermatology clinics, local community and beyond. Susan's academic focus is on teaching and training in order to promote mycology and awareness of fungal infections. She has published a number of papers and book chapters, and is a past Executive Committee member and Secretary to the British Society for Medical Mycology.
Donna M. MacCallum is a Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Teaching Lead in the School of Medical Sciences at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Her academic research in the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Aberdeen focuses on infection models to investigate fungal pathogenicity and antifungal therapies, and has published over 70 research papers, reviews and book chapters. She is the current Treasurer of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycoses (ISHAM), past Treasurer of the British Society for Medical Mycology (BSMM) and has served on the eukaryotic Committee of the Microbiology Society.
Rohini J. Manuel is a Consultant Microbiologist and Mycology Lead at the Public Health Laboratory London, National Infection Service, Public Health England, as well as a consulting advisor for the Royal College of Pathologists, and member of RCPath England Regional Council. Her main interests are in invasive fungal diseases affecting the immunocompromised. She is a member of the UK Clinical Mycology Network Steering Group, and of the English Surveillance Programme on Antimicrobial Utilisation and Resistance Antifungal Subgroup. She is training lead at the Public Health Laboratory London, Senior Examiner in Medical Microbiology at the Royal College of Pathologists and sits on the Board of Examiners for the British Society for Medical Mycology / UCL MSc in Medical Mycology. Rohini is one of the organisers for the national Fungal Update meeting at St Bartholomews Hospital, London. She is a key member of the UK Incident Management Team for the newly emerging global pathogen, Candida auris.