Overview & Attendees:
Join more than 9,000 microbiologists, from over 80 countries, in Denver, Colorado to experience the Breadth. Vision. Impact. of asm2013. From presentations by the field’s most notable speakers, to tomorrow’s future leaders, asm2013 will include diverse perspectives and in-depth discussions on the current state and future direction of microbiology.
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Reap the benefits of exhibiting at the largest annual gathering of microbiologists in the world!
Showcasing the latest advances in microbiology, asm2013 offers a unique opportunity to develop critical connections with clinical microbiologists, pathologists, researchers, pharmacists, physicians, and other health care professionals. Become an exhibitor and showcase your products and services in front of more than 8,000 high-level decision makers. When attendees spend close to 23% of their time in the Exhibit Hall and rank learning about new products and methods as one of their top two reasons for attending the show, your presence makes a difference.
Utilize face-to-face communication to increase brand awareness and expand your customer base with some of the largest domestic spenders in the industry.
Who Should Exhibit at the ASM General Meeting?
Companies featuring: Laboratory Equipment and Supplies; Laboratory Services; Diagnostic Equipment; Scientific Publications; Computer Services and Equipment; Scientific personnel recruiters; Government Agencies.
Major Subject areas covered at the General Meeting: General, Clinical, and Medical; Microbiology; Public Health; Microbial Pathogenesis; Microbial Ecology; Environmental and General Applied; Microbiology.
Specific Product Categories: Analytical instruments; Anaerobic Chambers; Antibodies (human, animal, research, diagnostic); Antigens; Assays (bio, microbiology, immuno); Biological Safety Hoods; Diagnostic Test Kits; DNA Purification/Sequencing/Synthesis; GC/Mass Spec Instruments; Gene Sequencers; Flow Cytometers; Immunoassay Analyzers; Media and Supplements; Microbial Identification; Microscopes; Molecular diagnostics; PCR Technology/Standards; Pipettes and other Lab Accessories; Rapid Diagnostics; Reagents; Clinical Laboratory Services; Contract Research/Development Services; Textbooks, Journals, other publications in microbiology, virology, food microbiology, etc.; Scientific member organizations.
The American Society for Microbiology is the oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world. Membership has grown from 59 scientists in 1899 to more than 43,000 members today, with more than one third located outside the United States. The members represent 26 disciplines of microbiological specialization plus a division for microbiology educators.