Eukaryotic Division

The Eukaryotic Division aims to promote eukaryotic microbiology in its widest context in fundamental, medical, applied, and environmental aspects. It provides a scientific focus for a subject that has often been fragmented over a range of different subject areas, scientific groups and societies. All major eukaryotic systems (fungi, protozoa, algae, slime moulds) are included as well as their interactions with the bacteria and viruses.

Anastasios Tsaousis

Chair

Anastasios Tsaousis

University of Kent, UK

Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

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Chair-Elect

Alison Smith

University of Cambridge, UK

Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

Members of Division 2022

Anastasios Tsaousis University of Kent, UK
(Chair)
Alison Smith University of Cambridge, UK
(Chair-Elect)
Katherine Helliwell Marine Biological Association, UK
Alessia Buscaino University of Kent, UK
Carolina Coelho University of Exeter, UK
Delma Childers University of Aberdeen, UK
Mattie Pawlowic University of Dundee, UK
Robert Hirt University of Newcastle, UK
Ross Waller University of Cambridge, UK
Andrew Armitage University of Greenwich, UK


Eukaryotic Division Terms of Reference

Eukaryotic Division Terms of Reference

 


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