Introduction

Microbiology Society advances the microbial sciences through conferences, publications, certifications and educational opportunities. It enhances laboratory capacity around the globe through training and resources. It provides a network for scientists in academia, industry and clinical settings. Additionally, microbiology society promotes a deeper understanding of the microbial sciences to diverse audiences.

Microbiology society accomplishes this mission through a variety of products, services and activities.

  • We provide a platform for sharing the latest scientific discoveries through our books, journals, seminars.
  • We help strengthen sustainable health systems around the world though our laboratory capacity building and global engagement programs.
  • We advance careers through our professional development programs and certifications.
  • We train and inspire the next generation of scientists through our outreach and educational programs.

Microbiology society members have a passion for the microbial sciences, a desire to connect with their colleagues and a drive to be involved with the profession. Whether it is publishing in an ASM Journal, attending a microbiology society meeting or volunteering on one of the Society’s many boards and committees.

Big parts of our everyday lives, from energy production, waste recycling, new sources of food, new drug development and newly emerging infectious diseases to environmental problems and industrial processes-are studied in the microbial sciences.

Microbiology boasts some of the most illustrious names in the history of science–Pasteur, Koch, Fleming, Leeuwenhoek, Lister, Jenner and Salk–and some of the greatest achievements for mankind.

Mission and Vision

Our main mission is to aware the society about microbiology, and reduce the risk of newly emerging diseases.

Our mission is to promote and advance the microbial sciences, as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide.

Officers of microbiological society:

Microbiology society has four elected officers, the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary

President (Kashmala Zainab)

Duties:

  • Provides primary leadership for the Society
  • General Membership Meeting
  • Appoints members of Boards, chairs of committees, and representatives to other organizations
  • Approves members of committees
  • Makes interim appointments and policy decisions as needed for operation of the Society;

Vice President (Mahnoor Khan)

Duties:

  • Provides secondary leadership for the Society
  • Substitutes for the President when needed; and prepares to serve as President,
  • Doing advance preparation of the table of organization for the ensuing year.
  • A major responsibility is to examine critically the main activities in a major organizational group, to summarize their effectiveness, and to recommend their continuance or discontinuance.

Treasurer (Anum Naz)

Duties:

  • The Treasurer is chair of the Finance and thereby supervises all aspects of the Society’s finances
  • Provides leadership and works with Elective to prepare, review, and implement the annual budget; and approves other major fiscal transactions

Secretary (Umama Chuhan)

Duties:

  • The Secretary prepares the agenda for sessions of the General Membership Meeting and prepares minutes of said meetings;
  • Supervises microbiological related activities by working; administers and coordinates operations of the Society.