Singapore Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology (SSMB)

Upcoming Events
International Congress of the Malaysian Society for Microbiology 2017

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Malaysian Society for Microbiology 2017 is holding its International Congress with theme "Integrate, Innocate, translate: Microbiology in a Dynamic World" on 4-7 December 2017. The venue is at Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya.

Please visit http://www.mymicro.org/icmsm2017.php for more information. Do register earlier to enjoy the early registration fees.

To download the poster, please click here.
To download the brochure, please click here.


 
ISAAR & ICIC 2017

 


ISAAR & ICIC conference will be held on 14-16 September 2017, BEXCO, Busan, Korea. Please visit the official website, http://isaar-icic2017.org/ for more details.

 

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To download the poster, please click here.

 


 
Annual Scientific Meeting of Australian Society for Microbiology

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Australian Society for Microbiology is offering SSMB members discounted registration for their next Annual Scientific Meeting in Hobart in July next year. Please visit http://asmmeeting.theasm.org.au/ for more information. Do keep a lookout at our website for their upcoming news.

 

 


 
IUMS 2017

 


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To download the poster, please click here.

For more information on IUMS 2017, please visit our website: http://www.iums2017singapore.com


 
Sartorius EXPAND® Training Courses and Seminar



To download the Brochure - EXPAND® | Asia, please click here.

To download the registration form, please click here.

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The Singapore Myco Club

The Singapore Myco Club

Vision: A better cure for TB and NTM patients

Mission: Bringing together basic scientists, clinicians, clinician scientists,

medical microbiologists, and drug discovery experts to stimulate

scientific exchange and collaboration in the field of mycobacterial infections

Meetings: Bimonthly, third Friday of the month, 5‐7pm @ NUS, S16, level 5,
SMART HQ video conferencing room

Background: The Myco Club was established in August 2011 to provide an informal
networking opportunity for people interested in (myco)bacteriology.

In our meetings we usually have one hour of presentations and discussion followed
by an hour of socializing.

Contact: Assoc. Prof. Thomas Dick, Department of Microbiology, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine,

5 Science Drive 2, Blk MD4, level 3, Singapore 117597, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ,
(65) 6516 6741