The field of microbial sciences is evolving. More and more important discoveries are occurring at the intersections between disciplines. Trans-disciplinary collaboration has never been more important than it is now.
Integrating ASM's two premier events, General Meeting and ICAAC, the all-new ASM Microbe showcases the best microbial sciences in the world and provides a one-of-a-kind forum to explore the complete spectrum of microbiology from basic science to translation and application.
ASM Microbe 2017 offers all of the quality programming of the General Meeting and ICAAC, plus more. It covers the same science and topics the traditional General Meeting and ICAAC offered, and also provides targeted trans-disciplinary sessions, a special Profession of Microbiology track, an expanded poster hall, topic-based networking opportunities, track-specific lounges, and a broader range of products and services in the integrated Exhibit and Poster Hall. Everything you need is under one roof!
Drawing more than 10,000 attendees and exhibitors from around the world, and featuring over 200 sessions plus more than 5,000 posters, this meeting provides an unmatched value.
A ground-breaking event unlike any other, ASM Microbe offers unparalleled learning and networking opportunities. This is the meeting that anyone involved in microbiology should attend.
Everything you need is under one roof. Join more than 10,000 of your peers from across the globe at this unprecedented event. No matter what your discipline or career level is, ASM Microbe is guaranteed to offer something of interest.
Drawing more than 10,000 attendees across all disciplines in microbiology, ASM Microbe presents a rare opportunity for you to showcase your products and services to an unprecedented number of domestic and intentional customers, raise the visibility of your company, capture high quality leads, and reach key buyers and decision makers who hold purchasing power.
The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) is the oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world. Membership has grown from 59 scientists in 1899 to more than 39,000 members today, with more than one third located outside the United States. The members represent all aspects of the microbial sciences including microbiology educators.