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The Center for the History of Microbiology/ASM Archives (CHOMA) sponsors the Annual History of Microbiology Lecture at the ASM General Meeting as well as Symposia and Workshops on a wide range of topics related to the history of microbiology.

 

Lists of Past History of Microbiology Lectures, Symposia and Workshops are available here:

 

History of Microbiology Lectures 1990-Present


CHOMA Symposia and Workshops 1993-Present

 

Recordings (slides and audio) of Some Past Sessions Are Available Here:

  

2015 CHOMA Lecture -

Lecture (From Humor to Virus: The Microbiology of Yellow Fever in Historical Perspective)

 

2014 CHOMA Lecture -

Lecture (Three Heroes of Environmental Microbiology - Robert Koch, Sergei Winogradsky and Arthur T. Henrici)

  

2013 CHOMA Lecture and Symposium -

Lecture (Accomplishments and Legacy of the Soviet Biological Weapons Program, 1928-1992)

Symposium (Early Microbe Hunters Overcoming Biases and Barriers)

 

2012 CHOMA Lecture and Symposium - 

Lecture (A Century of Bacteriophages)

Symposium (The Culture of Rice: From Farm to Fermentation)

  

2011 CHOMA Lecture and Symposium -

Lecture (Death in a Small Package: Anthrax, History, and Microbiology)

Symposium (Bacillus anthracis for War and Terrorism: A Continuing Story)

 

For questions or additional information, contact the ASM Archivist  

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