Scientific Seminar Series
The Scientific Seminar Series is designed to reach a priority microbiology community to support it in disseminating knowledge across its professional networks. The events are designed as a regularly repeated series of short (typically 1–2 hour) online meetings.
Three initial event series will shortly be launched:
SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 seminars
The Society is seeking to gain a greater understanding of ongoing and planned SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 research in order to build national and international cooperation between virologists and the wider scientific community. These meetings are designed as a catalyst for information exchange and to extend the research network.
JMM Speaker seminars
A monthly seminar series from the Journal of Medical Microbiology (JMM) that is designed to disseminate high-quality and timely research from the journal’s key authors. JMM welcomes everything from laboratory research to clinical trials, including bacteriology, virology, mycology and parasitology and its seminars will reflect this same comprehensive scientific content.
Microbial Genomics seminars
This monthly seminar series from Microbial Genomics will bring together the community of microbiologists using genomic approaches to discover more about viruses, bacteria, archaea and microbial eukaryotes. Centred around the journal’s key section areas, this series will highlight the latest research in Microbial Communities, Pathogens & Epidemiology, Genomic Methodologies, Functional Genomics, Microbe–Niche Interactions, and Evolution and Responses to Interventions, and provide a forum for networking and exchange of knowledge.
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