New Innovative Training Network coordinated at CRG in BarcelonaOPATHY is an innovative translational research training network coordinated by the CRG that will explore the potential of next-generation high-throughput technologies to study the interactions of yeasts that cause human diseases.
Identification of pathogenic yeastsCandida tropicalis has been identified as the most prevalent pathogenic yeast species of the Candida-non-albicans group. Historically, Candida albicans has been the major species responsible for causing candidiasis.
OPATHY first annual meeting Aug/ Sep 2016 at University of Aberdeen, UKThe first OPATHY annual meeting/ summer school took place from 28th of August till 2nd Of September 2016 at University of Aberdeen, UK. All ESRs had the opportunity to present their individual research projects and meet all PIs in person.
Training and Networking ActivitiesThe designed OPATHY training program will provide the fellows with the necessary expertise to improve their research skills and enhance their career prospects.