Seasoned scientists can offer reviews and comments on key issues in microbiology – like ebola, antibiotics resistance and TB. Early career researchers can help us build our social network, or represent us at one of our FEMS-sponsored meetings. Science communicators can help us translate complex ideas into inspiring text or infographics. And budding bibliometricists can help us map where science happens. We’re open to approaches and ideas, and would welcome your thoughts on what might work.
If you are interested in joining our campaign to make microbiology count, please send your CV and let us know what you are interested in via our volunteering interest form. If you have additional questions you can contact us via email.
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