Special Interest Groups

ASM recognises the value of, and need for special interest groups (SIGs) within the framework of the society. The main purpose of SIGs is to advance the science of their special interest in Microbiology. SIGs are included in the planning for the annual scientific meeting and encouraged to suggest and organise symposia and workshops for this meeting or others held by state branches from time to time. 

Antimicrobials

Bacteriophage

Bioinformatics

CDS

Clinical Parasitology and Tropical Medicine

Clinical Serology and Molecular

Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals

Culture Media

Education

Eukaryotic Microbes

Food Microbiology

History

Medical Mycology

Microbial Ecology

Molecular Microbiology

Mycobacteria

Mycoplasmatales

Public Health Microbiology

Veterinary Microbiology

Virology

Women's and Children's Microbiology