Listservs and Alerts (2)



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LISTSERVS

American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology (abmli-examination): The ABMLI listserv is for applicants and examinees to share information about the ABMLI exam.

ASM Women in Microbiology (asmwomeninmicro): The goal of this discussion group is to provide a forum for women involved in microbiology and mentors of women scientists to discuss topics of interest to women scientists, including networking and salary issues

Clinical Microbiology (clinmicronet): The clinmicronet is composed of an international group of clinical microbiology laboratory directors who openly and daily communicate with one another through this medium.  The criteria for membership in clinmicronet are a) member of ASM  (b Doctoral-level clinical microbiology laboratory director or laboratory manager with national standing and peer recognition.  To request a subscription please contact Mike Miller at jmm8@comcast.net.

Division AA–Free-Living, Symbiotic and Parasitic Protists (divaanet): DivAANet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Free-Living, Symbiotic and Parasitic Protists.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to eukaryotic microbes, ASM, ASM Division AA, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division A– Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (divanet): DivANet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work in, or have an interest in, Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to antimicrobial agents, ASM, ASM Division A, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division B– Microbial Pathogens (divbnet): DivBNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Microbial Pathogens.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to microbial pathogens, ASM, ASM Division B, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division C–Clinical Microbiology (divc):  The goal of the divc is to improve communication among clinical microbiology laboratories and ultimately, improve patient care.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to clinical microbiology, ASM, ASM Division C or other topics of interest to the membership.  Subscribers must be approved by the Divc moderator.

Division D—Microbe-Host Interractions (divdnet): DivDNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Microbe-Host Interactions.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to eukaryotic microbes, ASM, ASM Division D, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division F—Medical Mycology (divfnet):  DivFNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Medical Mycology.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to medical mycology, ASM, ASM Division F, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division G—Mycoplasmology (divgnet): DivGNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Mycoplasmology.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to mycoplasmology, ASM, ASM Division G, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division K—Microbial Physiology and Metabolism (divknet):  DivKNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Microbial Physiology and Metabolism.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to microbial physiology and metabolism, ASM, ASM Division K, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division L—Healthcare Epidemiology
(divlnet):  DivLNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in Healthcare Epidemiology.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to healthcare epidemiology, ASM, ASM Division L, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division N—Microbial Ecology (divnnet):  DivNNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Microbial Ecology.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to microbial ecology, ASM, ASM Division N, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division O—Fermentation and Biotechnology (divonet): DivONet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Fermentation and Biotechnology.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to fermentation and biotechnology, ASM, ASM Division O, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division P—Food Microbiology
(divpnet):  DivPNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Food Microbiology.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to food microbiology, ASM, ASM Division P, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division Q—Environmental and General Applied Microbiology (divqnet): DivQNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Environmental and General Applied Microbiology. This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to environmental and general applied microbiology, ASM, ASM Division Q, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division R—Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology (evogenmicro): EvoGenMicro is an email based discussion group for Division R and is intended to facilitate communications among individuals who are interested in microbial diversity and systematics, and development of the laboratory, bioinformatics and conceptual tools required to characterize and understand the evolution of genes, genomes, and organisms.  This forum may be used to discuss anything related to these topics, ASM, ASM Division R, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division W—Microbiology Education (divwnet):  DivWNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Microbiology Education.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to microbiology education, ASM, ASM Division W, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division X—Molecular, Cellular and General Biology Eukaryotes (divxnet):  DivXNet is an email based discussion group (listserv) which is maintained by the American Society for Microbiology.  This service is intended for individuals who work with, or have an interest in, Molecular, Cellular and General Biology of Eukaryotes.  This forum may be used to discuss any topic related to molecular, cellular and general biology of eukaryotes, ASM, ASM Division X, or other topics of interest to the membership.

Division Y—Public Health (divy):  The purpose of this listserv is to communicate with the Division Y membership on issues ranging from Division business to topics of interest of the membership.  Members are encouraged to discuss topics of general public health concern or use the forum as a way to communicate with other division members.


Microbiology Education (microedu): A discussion group to facilitate communication between educators to examine issues important to undergraduate and graduate microbiology education.

Mycobacteriology (mycobacteriology): This email based forum has been established in an effort for members of the scientific community to exchange communications and to have access to specialized information in the area of mycobateriology.

One Health (onehealthinitiative): The purpose of the this listserv is to facilitated communication among those interested in the interface of human, animal and environmental health (One Health) by providing a discussion forum for the exchange of information and resources.

Red Microbiologia (redmicrobiologia): La discusión de grupo tiene el objetivo de promover y facilitar la comunicatión y el intercambio entre los microbiólogos de todo el mundo.  Sirviendo como un foro general, ete listserv tiene la functión de fomentar el envío de comunicados relacionados con las diferentres disciplinas de las ciencias de la microbiología. Ya sea que ud. decida explorar las consequencias internacionales de un tópico específico, necesite un consejo, o simplemente el deseo de ubicar a sus colegas, nosotros le alentamos a que se una a la Red Mundial de los Microbiólogos que hablan Español.

EMAIL ALERTS

American Academy of Microbiology Colloquia (aam_colloquia): The American Academy of Microbiology publishes colloquia reports on issues of critical importance in microbiology.  Each report is based on a colloquium that brings together an invited group of scientific experts for several days of structured, directed deliberations on a specific topic.  Published reports synthesize conclusions reached during these important meetings, providing analysis of the scientific issues and practical recommendations for the future.

ASM Awards (asm_awards):  ASM is dedicated to acknowledging the best in microbiology.  The ASM Awards encompass the many subspecialties of microbiology, including biotechnology, clinical microbiology, environmental microbiology, antimicrobial chemotherapy, immunology, and virology, as well as education and service to the profession.  Sign up to receive alerts when new awardees are announced and approaching nomination deadlines.

ASM Journals (asm_journals): The ASM eJournals listserv is an email alert system that provides the latest news and announcements on ASM journals.  Receive the most u-to-date information on submitting manuscripts, pre-publication, pay-per-view and other relevant topics.

ASM Press Digital Catalogue (asm_press_digital_catalog)

ASM Bio (asmbioq08)

ASM Clinical Microbiology Issues Update (asmclinmicroissuesupdate): The ASM Clinical Microbiology Issues Update will provide monthly updates on policy matters of concern to clinical microbiologists including Medicare reimbursement policy matters, CLIA updates, meeting summaries, and various topical policy matters such as the federal government’s response to antimicrobial resistance, bioterrorism and emerging infectious disease.  The “ASM ClinmicroIssuesUpdate” is brought to you by ASM’s Office of Public Affairs.

ASM Press (asmpress): ASM Press publishes a variety of books in all fields of microbiology.  Scientific monographs, textbooks, manuals, and reference books provide essential and up-to-date microbiological information for students, professional microbiologists and clinicians.  The Network posts current information related to the work of ASM Press, primarily news about current or newsworthy publications.

Whats New with ASM (asmwhatsnew_alert): Receive email notification that summarized the new information posted on ASM’s website.  The “What’s New Alert” messages are sent to you once a week.

Clinical Microbiology Hot Topics (clinmicrohottopic): To keep portal users informed of the hot topic blogs. Specifically, alerts will be sent when a topic is posted, the topics presentation materials are available, and when the topic’s Q & A has been archived.

Education Alerts (edualert): The Office of Education and Training will use this alert to communicate rapidly with students and teachers in the microbiological sciences about new or updated programs and resources which appear in the education section of the ASM Homepage.

General Meeting News (general_meeting_alert): For all ASM Members interested in being alerted to new deadlines and information related to the annual ASM Meeting.

ICAAC News (icaac_alert):  For all ASM members interested in being alerted to new deadlines and informant related to the annual ASM Meeting.

International News (internationalalert): Receive an email notification when new information is posted to the International webpage.  We will provide information on the status of grants handled by the office of Minority and International activities, articles of international interest in Microbe, activities of the international committees, new links and other times of interest to our international members.

Microbe Alerts (microbe_alert): Receive an email notification each month that contains the Microbe table of contents with hyperlinks that go directly to each section or article on the ASM website.

The Minority Microbiology Mentor Newsletter (minoritymicromentor): The Minority Microbiology Mentor Newsletter is a monthly newsletter published by the Committee on Microbiology Issues Impacting Minorities (CMIIM).  The newsletter will distribute pertinent information to interested ASM members on information impacting underrepresented scientists, including career advice, networking tips, relevant news articles, funding and career opportunities.

Meeting Alerts (mtgalert): You will be notified with new information is posted to the meetings pages, including updates on the General Meeting and ICAAC programs, when registration materials are made available, and when new conferences are determined and programs finalized.

News Digest (newsdigest): A weekly compendium of news items available on the ASM Members Only website (including URLs) that focus on research and issues relating to the science of microbiology.

National Registry of Certified Microbiologists Newsletter (nrcm_newsletter):  Quarterly electronic newsletter of the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists containing information of interest to biological safety, clinical, and industrial microbiologists.

President’s Newsletter (presidents_newsletter):  A short, bimonthly email from the ASM president highlighting significant ASM activities of general interest.

National Registry of Certified Microbiologists (publicaffairsalert): The Rapid Communications Network is designed to reach people who are actively interested in public policy issues.  The Network will inform ASM members of legislative or other issues that affect the microbiological sciences and will initiate, when appropriate, rapid letter writing or telephone campaigns to policy makers regarding issues.

Releases (releases): The Office of Public Communications will be providing press releases, meeting highlights that are summaries of selected presentations at the General and ICAAC meetings, and journal tip sheets, which are brief descriptions of newsworthy articles and in ASM journals.



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