The NSW-ACT Branch actively works to implement the programs and direction derived from our parent National body.

As a professional society the branch provides a wide range of real networking opportunities for microbiologists to continue developing professionally and obtain continuing education.

Many opportunities for professional growth are provided through local high quality scientific meetings which deal with current issues and topics by leading local and visiting national and international authorities.

So many things are happening at ASM in NSW that you'd be disappointed to miss out. So give your career a boost and become a member now, you'll rapidly feel the advantages.


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Latest News and Events
BUGS by the beach!
A relaxed two-day symposium for molecular microbiologists working on fundamental research problems.
Registration closes April 20. Download flyer HERE for more details.
ASM 2017 in Hobart, Tasmania
This meeting will focus on the identification, classification, and biology of the many different types of mobile elements that contribute to the variability of prokaryotic genomes. The meeting will prioritise oral presentations by postgraduate students and ECRs.
When: 20th - 21st April
Where: University of Sydney
Download the flyer HERE
BEcton-dickinson student award 2017
Calling all postgraduate Microbiology students (studying at a university in NSW/ACT) who have or intend to submit an abstract for ASM 2017 to apply for this prestiguous award. This award will support your travel and accommodation to ASM 2017 in Hobart, Tasmania.  
For more information on how to apply, eligibility and conditions - download the flyer HERE.
ASM NSW-ACT February meeting: Prof. Stefan Schwarz (Freie Universität Berlin)
“Transmission of resistant bacteria between animals and humans”
When: Tuesday 6pm, February 28
Where: Lecture Theatre 106, The New Law School Building, Camperdown campus, The University of Sydney
RSVP by Friday February 24 to jim.manos@sydney.edu.au
Download the flyer HERE
Sydney Micro MEETING 2017
The one-day meeting was held on the 3rd of February @ The University of Sydney and featured the work of Microbiology Early Career Researchers and PhD students from our local Universities.
Featured invited speakers: A/ Prof Ian Grainge, Dr Willa Huston, Prof Ian Paulsen.

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