Microbiology Society (UK-SGM)

Organizational remit

The Microbiology Society’s Mission is: Advancing the understanding and impact of microbiology by connecting and empowering communities worldwide. As a strategic theme Membership is at the heart of the Society’s strategy. The Society strives to enhance the membership experience so it not only meets but exceeds expectations and members feel valued, heard and part of a community.

Membership provides a range of valuable benefits and a comprehensive package of opportunities to enhance professional development. We have a membership category for everyone. Whether an inspired student at the beginning of your career, or a professional with experience to give back.

Membership

Membership location: international

Membership scope: the Microbiology Society is a membership organisation for scientists who work in all areas of microbiology. It is the largest learned microbiological society in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools.

How to join

Discover which category is appropriate by visiting Join the Society’s webpage.
You can join online via the Microbiology Society portal.

History

The Microbiology Society, previously named the Society for General Microbiology, was formally established in February 1945, with Sir Alexander Fleming elected as its first President. To find out more about our history visit Our History webpage.

Featured Issue

EU-Funded Yeast Biotechnology Projects

We are proud to announce the publication of the Joint Thematic Issue on EU-Funded Yeast Biotechnology Projects. This is a collaboration between two of our Journals, FEMS Microbiology Letters and FEMS Yeast Research and features articles from biotechnology projects funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 (H2020) programme.

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