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Workshop Malassezia

Wednesday 4 July – Friday 6 July 2018

Congress Venue 
Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute
Uppsalalaan 8
3584 CT, Utrecht
The Netherlands
route discription 

Organizers
Teun Boekhout & Thomas Dawson
ISHAM working group Malassezia, epidemiology and pathobiology & Malassezia Research Consortium

 

Wednesday 04 Jul

Theme Ecology, diversity and microbiome

14:00

Keynote: Biodiversity and ecology of Malassezia species

Javier Cabañes, Spain

14:30

Malassezia in the environment

Teun Boekhout, the Netherlands

14:45

Identification of Malassezia species in seborrheic dermatitis and fungal microbiota in androgenetic alopecia

Yuping Ran, China

15:00

Socio-demographic characteristics and spectrum of Malassezia species in seborrhoeic dermatitis in urban and rural population of India

Shivaprakash Rudramurthy, India

15:15

Tea

15:30

Keynote: The Human Skin Mycobiome in Health and Disease

Thomas Dawson, Singapore & Teun Boekhout, the Netherlands

16:00

Malassezia in the human gut: friend or foe or artefact?

Mathias Richard, France

16:15

Hybridization in the Malassezia furfur complex

B. Theelen, the Netherlands

16:30

Comprehensive Analysis of the microbiome of keratotic plugs, and interactions between Malassezia and Propionibacterium (Cutibacterium) acnes

T. Sugita, Japan

16:45

Next-generation sequencing provides new insights regarding Malassezia in canine allergic dermatitis where population-level differences are associated with disease

Courtney Meason-Smith, USA

17:00

Closing

Thursday 05 Jul

Theme Clinical, Therapy and Diagnostics

09:30

World Association for Veterinary Dermatology Clinical Consensus Guidelines for Malassezia dermatitis in dogs and cats

Ross Bond, United Kingdom

09:50

Mycosyph, the greatest imitator

M. Laurence, Canada

10:05

Malassezia-related infections: A call for specific guidelines for diagnosis and patient management

Teun Boekhout, the Netherlands

10:20

What do dermatologists use and what is needed to initiate therapy and assess efficacy in Malassezia related skin diseases?

Ditte Saunte, Denmark

10:40

Coffee

11:00

A rapid molecular assay for direct quantification of Malassezia pachydermatis in otic swabs

G. Castella, Spain

11:15

Molecular identification and speciation of Malassezia and its susceptibility pattern

P. Romald, India

11:30

Understanding the mechanism of action of the anti-dandruff agent zinc pyrithione against Malassezia restricta

M. Park, South Korea

11:45

Epidemiological cutoff values for four clinical antifungal drugs against Malassezia furfur. Preliminary estimated data

F.R. Rojas, Argentina

12:00

In vivo effectiveness of a saturated boric acid solution on Malassezia pachydermatis canine external otitis

M. García-Jiménez, Costa Rica

12:15

A Taqman-based qPCR assay for the detection of Malassezia spp. from clinical material

A. Stavrou, the Netherlands

12:30

Lunch and posters

14:00

Keynote: Malassezia sympodialis - host/microbe interactions

Annika Scheynius, Sweden

14:30

Characterization of some virulence factors in Malassezia spp

Letizia Angiolella, Italy

14:45

Lipidomic analyses of Malassezia reveals the presence of branched fatty acid esters of hydroxy fatty acids (FAHFAs)

A. Celis, Colombia

15:00

Characterization of Acyl-CoA Synthetase Faa1p Involved in Fatty Acid Utilization of Malassezia spp

T. Tenagy, Japan

15:15

Tea

15:30

Keynote: The multi-purpose biological functions of Malassezia metabolites on the skin include and potent antifungal activity

Georgios Gaitanis, Greece

16:00

New developments for therapeutic treatment of skin infections caused by Malassezia spp

Hans de Cock, the Netherlands

16:15

Type 17 immunity controls Malassezia skin infection

Florian Sparber, Switzerland

16:30

Keynote: Genomics of Malassezia and the genetics toolbox

J. Heitman, USA

17:00

Closing

Friday 06 Jul

Theme Mol. Biology, Genetics and Genomics

09:30

Strategies to study and model skin disease

K. Boonekamp

09:45

Sex in Malassezia

Q.-M. Wang, China

10:00

Horizontal gene transfer in the skin fungus Malassezia: NO resistance is mediated by a bacterial flavohemoglobin

G. Ianiri, USA

10:15

The genomic tandem quadruplication is associated with ketoconazole resistance of Malassezia pachydermatis

W.H. Jung, South Korea

10:30

Coffee

General discussion/Roundtable

11:00

General discussion/Roundtable

Chair: Georgios Gaitanis, Greece & Teun Boekhout, the Netherlands

12:30

Closing

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