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  • Professor Neil A.R. Gow talks about fungal vaccines, and why HIV/AIDs patients are particularly vulnerable to infection. Professor Gow is co-editor of the Oxford Textbook of Medical Mycology, which is a comprehensive reference text that brings together the science and medicine of human fungal disease. http://oxford.ly/2Ewhj5Q © Oxford University Press

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  • Professor Neil A.R. Gow talks about the different groups of fungi that cause infections in humans and their prevalence across the globe. Professor Gow is co-editor of the Oxford Textbook of Medical Mycology, which is a comprehensive reference text that brings together the science and medicine of human fungal disease. http://oxford.ly/2Ewhj5Q © Oxford University Press

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  • Professor Neil A. R. Gow discusses what the field of medical mycology entails, and some of the barriers it faces as a specialty. Professor Gow is co-editor of the Oxford Textbook of Medical Mycology, which is a comprehensive reference text that brings together the science and medicine of human fungal disease. Written by a leading group of international authors to bring a global expertise, it is d...

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  • Jonathan Boff details three ways in which his perception changed while researching his book Haig’s Enemy. Firstly, the role of Crown Prince Rupprecht in the First World War and how the decisions he made contributed to his own downfall. Secondly, the German attitude to the British; militarily, Germany seemed to pay little attention to the British army but rather focused on the French one. And lastl...

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  • Jonathan Boff describes some of the stages in the life of Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria (1869 – 1955), the subject of his book Haig’s Enemy. During the First World War, Crown Prince Rupprecht commanded more than a million men as a General, and then Field Marshal, in the Imperial German Army, where he faced the British Expeditionary Force along the Western Front. Following the war and the aboli...

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  • Jonathan Boff, author of Haig’s Enemy, discusses how our understanding of the First World War changes when viewed from a German perspective. He explains how both sides are constantly innovating throughout the war and utilising the most modern technologies, but that these innovations cancel each other out leading to persistent stalemate. He also highlights that the way we look at the British Army c...

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