Fungiscope - Global Emerging Fungal Infection Registry

Global Emerging Fungal Infection Registry

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Associates

Chair
Prof. Oliver A. Cornely MD,
FACP, FIDSA, FAAM, FECMM, Cologne

Project Manager
Dr. Danila Seidel PhD,
Cologne

Coordinating Physicians and Quality Control Team Cologne
Dr. Jon Salmanton García PhD
Dr. Philipp Köhler MD
Dr. Jannik Stemler MD
Dr. Sibylle Mellinghoff MD
Stefanie Gräfe MD
Andrea Will

Epidemiology, IT & Statistics
Prof. J. Janne Vehreschild MD, FECMM, Cologne

Microbiology and Sample Storage
Dr. Hilmar Wisplinghoff MD,
Cologne

Molecular Identification
Dr. Volker Rickerts MD,
Berlin

Histopathology
Dr. Birgid Markiefka MD,
Cologne

Thoracic Surgery
Prof. Khosro Hekmat MD,
Cologne

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Dr. Carsten Müller MD,
Cologne

Services

FungiThek – Biobanking and additional analyses

For cases entered in our database, fungal isolates can be sent to our central laboratory for further analysis. To compensate for packing and shipment € 50 will be paid for isolates made available to the FungiThek.

You may contact our office and we will help arrange shipping. Please provide information on the sample type, date of acquisition and the case ID you have used for case documentation.
For payment please send an invoice including the FungiScope case ID and your account details.

Download shipment/invoice form

Address for samples:

University Hospital of Cologne
Department of Internal Medicine
Center for Clinical Trials 2 Infectious Diseases
FungiScope - Andrea Will
Herderstrasse 52-54
50931 Cologne
Germany

Therapeutic drug monitoring

Concentrations of azoles and echinocandins can be determined of FungiScope patients by Dr. Fedja Farowski, Institut für Pharmakologie, Uniklinik Köln. This service is provided free of cost.

Please print out and complete the PDF form (Download TDM form (English)). Send trough level samples (9 ml serum) along with the completed form to:

PD Dr. Carsten Müller
Institute for Pharmacology
Gleueler Strasse 24
50931 Cologne
Germany
Tel. +49 221 478 5066
E-Mail

Documenting multiple cases

If the documentation workload is too high, centers are encouraged to ask for trained documentation assistants to travel to their site via emailing us.