International Society for Human and Animal Mycology (ISHAM)
Société internationale de mycologie humaine et animale (SIMHA)
Sociedad Internacional de Micologia Humana y Animal
Internationale Gesellschaft für Humane und Animale Mykologie
Societas Internationalis Mycologiae Humanae et Animalis
1954-07 Paris France
Founded Jul 1954, Paris (France), by a group of scientists from 10 different nations during 8th International Congress of Botany. Present Statutes and By-Laws adopted at General Assembly, 13 Jun 1997, Parma (Italy). Registered in accordance with Swiss law.
Encourage the practice and study of all aspects of medical and veterinary mycology; facilitate international exchange of ideas in the field.
Events2021-03-16 | Delhi, India – Congress
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