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Online, Open Access Journal Focuses on Microbial Genome Announcement

The American Society for Microbiology has published the first issue of its new online-only, open access journal,Genome Announcements™, focusing exclusively on reports of microbial genome sequences.  


New and Reemerging Infectious Diseases - A Global Crisis and Immediate Threat to the Nation's Health, The Role of Research

Deaths due to infectious diseases increased 58 percent in the United States from 1982 to 1992. Infectious diseases now rank third in the leading causes of death in the United States. They remain the leading cause of death worldwide. In parallel with an increase in disease due to infectious agents,...


Clinical Microbiology Update

Provides monthly updates on policy matters of concern to clinical microbiologists.


Education Publications

Education ReportsIncludes: (2008-2009) ASM FOCUS on ASM Fellows Report, (1980-2005) ASM Fellowship Program: Examination of 25 Years, and A Comprehensive Report of the ASM Kadner Institute.Journal of Microbiology & Biology EducationScholarly publication includes biology education research and science teaching articles, perspectives in education, curriculum resources, pratical advice and how to's,...


Employment Outlook in the Microbiological Sciences

The report presents the results of a 1995 nationwide survey of current employment and future personnel needs in the microbiological sciences. The ASM sponsored the survey as a part of its mission to provide strategic leadership for the profession and to inform the public about sectors of employment that are...


Infectious Disease Threats As We Enter the New Century: What Can We Do?

A summary of a congressional briefing that was held on June 21, 1999 as a part of the ASM's centennial celebration. The briefing included presentations by some of the nation's most eminent researchers. They discussed threats from infectious diseases and biological terrorism as well as research and strategies to detect,...


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