Society events and meetings
At the Society, we provide a number of high quality events and meetings throughout the year. These generally focus on a specific microbiological theme and take place as smaller more intimate meetings, allowing for informal networking and dedicated time on one subject.
01 Oct - 02 Oct - Cork, Ireland
Microbiomes Underpinning Agriculture is part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme. The event will take place at the Rochestown Park Hotel in Cork, Ireland.
08 Oct - Belfast, UK
14 Nov - Edinburgh, UK
10 Sep - 14 Sep - Belfast, UK
The Microbiology Society is hosting the 9th International Symposium on Testate Amoebae as part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme. The event will take place at Riddel Hall in Belfast, UK.
Members are invited to be part of the approval process of society matters, and witness incoming and outgoing members of Council and Division members at this year's Annual General Meeting.
This morning event will bring together Society members for an exclusive day of networking with special guests from a variety of industries, who will share their career experiences. Guests attending this session will have already received their invitations.
03 Sep - 04 Sep - Oxford, UK
The second Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses is part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme, after a successful event in 2016. The event will take place at the University of Oxford, UK.
02 Jul - Guildford, UK
Emerging Zoonoses and AMR: A Global Threat is part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme. The event will take place at the University of Surrey, UK.
27 Jun - 29 Jun - Leicester, UK
The Microbiology Society is jointly organising the British Yeast Group's 2018 annual meeting, focusing on embracing variation, and it is part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme. The event will take place at the University of Leicester, UK.
Society staff and members will be attending Parliamentary Links Day 2018.
21 Jun - 22 Jun - Dublin, Ireland
Microbes and Mucosal Surfaces is part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme. The event will take place at University College Dublin, Ireland.
14 Jun - 15 Jun - Birmingham, UK
The inaugural Early Career Microbiologists’ Forum Summer Conference will take place at the University of Birmingham, UK.