The mission of the Australasian Mycological Society is to promote research and teaching in all areas of fungal biology, to raise the profile of mycology in the Australasian region, to promote the conservation of Australasian fungi and to facilitate networking and collaboration among mycologists.

 

AMS membership includes experts in diverse areas including fungal taxonomy and systematics, ecology, evolution, epidemiology, biochemistry, genetics, cell and molecular biology, biotechnology, conservation and biodiversity, physiology, plant pathology, molecular pathogenesis and medical mycology. 

 

We organize conferences and forays to bring members together to share their research and to network in a relaxed environment.

 

Our society welcome new members.

SCHEDULE & CLASSES

LATEST NEWS ! 

  • AMS now has a new grant: The AMS Research Training Grant. This grant supports members to access training in new skills, and is particularly aimed at junior members. For more information click here.

  • Tom May has provided a new Fungi Portrait, which showcases new and interesting fungi found in Australasia.

  • The AGM minutes and the latest AMS Newsletter are now available.

  • Take time to look at the terrific student facebook page with interesting posts on all things mycological - see https://www.facebook.com/AMSstudents/  You don't need to be a student to  find the content very interesting and enjoyable.

  • The AMS has initiated two new sub-groups: the  AMS Fungal Education Subcommittee and the  Australasian Fungi Conservation Group. Interested members are encouraged to check out the relevant web-pages and consider joining these groups

  • Don't forget to renew your membership! We have now introduced 3-year membership with a discounted cost. Please see the membership page for details.

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