International Grants & Fellowships

International Programs

International Ambassadors Program
International members who act as intermediaries between the Society and ASM members in their region

LabCap Program
Strengthens laboratory capacity in resource-limited countries

Global Outreach Program 

Engages scientists from resource-constrained countries by providing membership and full access to all online ASM journals at no cost.

International Grants & Fellowships Encourage international collaborations in research and training

Honors an ASM member who has shown exemplary leadership and commitment towards the substantial furthering of the profession of microbiology in research, education or technology in the developing world.
 
ASM-IUSSTF Indo-US Professorship in Microbiology
Sponsored by the Indo-US Science & Technology Forum, this prestigious grant seeks to broaden collaboration between India and the US on issues of global concern though research and teaching partnerships.

ASMCUE Leadership Grant for International Educators
This program has been developed to enable a select group of educators from resource-limited countries to attend the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators and a pre-conference workshop to provide leaders in education with the resources to build innovative teaching modules that engage students and lead to enduring understandings in microbiology.
   
UNESCO-ASM Visiting Resource Person Program
Travelling to a developing country? Spend an extra day with colleagues at a local institute in a major city!
 
Mäkelä – Cassell Travel Award for Early Career Scientists
Travel to Europe! The American Society for Microbiology invites members to apply for the Mäkelä – Cassell Travel Award for Early Career Scientists to present their research at the FEMS Biannual Congress.
 
Travel to Australia! The American Society for Microbiology invites members to apply for the Millis-Colwell Travel Grant for Early Career Scientists.
 
 Travel to the U.K.!  ASM invites members to apply for the Heatley-Payne Travel Grant for Early Career Scientists. 
 
Carlyn Halde Latin American Student Travel Grant
This travel grant, administered in collaboration with the Medical Mycological Society of the Americas (MMSA), supports the travel of a student Medical Microbiologist from Latin America or the Caribbean to participate in ASM General Meeting.
 
Awarded to students at meetings and conferences all over the world
 

 

 

 

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