July 27th – Opening Reception and Jack Edwards and Aaron Mitchell Keynote address by Dr. Scott Filler

July 28th – Course experiments begin with Molecular Genetic Approaches to Candida albicans, Cryptococcus neoformans, and Aspergillus fumigatus

July 29th – Career Mentoring Evening Sessions begin and occur nightly throughout the course on topics including: publishing, grant writing, careers in academia, non-academic careers, and rigor and reproducibility in science

July 30th – Cell Biology and Microscopy of Human Fungal Pathogen experiments begin

August 3rd – Biofilms and antifungal drug susceptibility of human fungal pathogen experiments begin

August 6th – Animal Models of Systemic Candidiasis and Invasive Pulmonary Aspergillosis Experiments Begin

August 8th – Immune Cell – Fungal Cell interaction experiments begin

August 11th – Final Course Research Presentations and Closing Reception