American Society for Microbiology
SUN, SAND, and MICROBIOLOGY!
The Florida Branch of the American Society for Microbiology is where microbiologists (from high school students to senior researchers) meet. Our branch includes people from academia, industry, government, and non-profit organizations. Our backgrounds and areas of interest cover a wide range of fields including public health, oceanography, molecular mechanisms, genetics, genomics, biodefense, biodiversity, and more!
Our mission is to promote microbiology within the State of Florida and bring together people interested in this field. This goal is achieved through annual branch meetings, sponsored seminars, and information provided through this web site and our Facebook group.
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The annual meeting of the Florida Branch of ASM occured on October 9–11, 2015 at the Cocoa Beach Hilton Resort in Cocoa Beach, FL.
Our key note speakers were Dr. Michael Federle of the University of Illinois at Chicago and Dr. Jeffrey Smith of the NASA Ames Research Center.
Program and Abstract for 2015 Annual Meeting.
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October 2016 • Location: TBD