The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) is pleased to announce a Speakers' Bureau of microbiologists and immunologists. These speakers would love to come to your next ASM Student Chapter meeting to discuss their career in microbiology! Its purpose is to make students aware of the myriad of career opportunities that a degree in microbiology offers.
The Speakers' Bureau features experts in the clinical laboratory and industry, including biosafety, food, medical device, and pharmaceuticals who are eager to talk to you about their dynamic careers in microbiology. You can hear first-hand from speakers who have contributed to microbiome projects and biosecurity planning and chat with outbreak responders about curious cases! These experts will discuss their career highlights and day-to-day responsibilities.
Explore careers in infectious diseases, chemical contamination, and bacterial pathogens!
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Gain insight into:
- Career paths
- How to acquire a job in microbiology upon graduation
- ASM career resources, including certification
Each speaker has submitted a profile that provides information about their experience in microbiology and career path.
The profiles can be searched by zip code, state, and scientific area. Click here to find a speaker near you.
A geographic map is also available for finding local speakers.
Students from the Georgia Institute of Technology
visiting the lab at the Children's Hospital of Atlanta
If you are interested in inviting a speaker to an upcoming ASM Student Chapter meeting, scheduling a conference call, or a video call presentation, please email email@example.com. Please include three possible dates and times and ASM will contact the speaker to confirm their availability. Once the presentation has been scheduled, you will work directly with the speaker to finalize the event’s specifics (e.g. address of where the presentation will be held, AV needs, the number of expected attendees). There is no cost to the chapter but you will be asked to complete a post-presentation survey.
If you are interested in a four minute narrative on a career in clinical microbiology by David Craft, Ph.D., D(ABMM), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take advantage of this great opportunity to learn more about microbiology!
If you are interested in becoming a speaker, log in and complete the volunteer form.
Please feel free to contact Nicole Jackson with any questions:
Program Coordinator, Professional Practice
American Society for Microbiology