I am excited to share with you all that the main authors of microbeonline.com, “Tankeshwar Acharya” and my wife “Nisha Rijal” is traveling to Atlanta to present the findings of our research in “ASM Microbe 2018”. ASM Microbe 2018 will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center from June 7-11, 2018.
Our papers have been accepted for poster presentation in ASM Microbe 2018. We will update you about our research and findings after we conclude our presentation in Atlanta at ASM Microbe 2018.
There are Eight Tracks in ASM Microbe 2018, which are:
- Microbial Ecology and Evolution (MEE)
- Antimicrobial Agents and Resistance (AAR)
- Applied and Environmental Science
- Clinical Infections and Vaccines
- Clinical and Public Health Microbiology
- Host-Microbe Biology
- Molecular Biology and Physiology
- Profession of Microbiology
Whatever your current expertise, you will find something innovative and exciting in this event. You can choose one of the above tracks to narrow in on your scientific niche and can have the opportunity to meet and interact with the experts in your field.
ASM Microbe brings the opportunity of learning, connect with new and old friends, and exchange information and ideas. Microbial scientists from >100 different countries will present at this event to share information about their current research, so it is a great networking event for people devoting their careers to advancing Microbiology, be it fundamental science or its applied aspect. We hope to have connections and expand our professional networks by participating in ASM MICROBE 2018.
If you want to participate in this most important meeting of microbial scientists from all over the globe, registration is open.
The registration rate will vary based on your current status (ASM Member, Student, Ph.D. Student, Postdoc Member, etc.). ASM members can save up to $225 in registration. Finally, we are thankful to ASM for providing us ASM MICROBE 2018 TRAVEL AWARDS “ASM Student and Postdoctoral Travel Award” and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for “Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Travel Award for Scientist from Low and Low Middle-Income Countries.”