In this conversation, we sit down with Dr. Paul Dyer, a Professor of Fungal Biology at the University of Nottingham. Obtaining a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in 1991, Dr. Dyer has a deep fascination for fungi and other microorganisms. His research interests include population biology of fungi, fungicide resistance and molecular diagnostics in fungal pathogens, fungal genomics, and more…
Fungi are essential to our environment – but they can also be harmful. Want to learn more about the fascinating and mysterious world of fungi? Listen in now!
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What makes fungi so important for the environment as a whole. Diseases that fungi can cause. What constitutes fungal organisms. The tremendous diversity that exists within the fungus kingdom. To learn more about Dr. Dyer and his work, click here!
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