French Society for Microbiology

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French Society for Microbiology

The French Society of Microbiology (SFM) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1937 and formed the Pasteur tradition, administered and recognized as a charity since 1993. MFC aims to gather microbiologists from France and Francophone countries, working in different fields of medical microbiology, industrial, and environmental physiology, genetics, taxonomy, hygiene, antimicrobial agents, concerning bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites MFC consists of seven sections, Medical Microbiology (Human and Veterinary), •Anti-Infective Agents, General Microbiology, Environment and Biodiversity, Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, Security and Biological Safety. French Society for Microbiology was founded October 28, 1937 in Paris. The official declaration was made ​​December 11, 1937 under number 175 442 by Doctor Pierre Lépine, The founders created at the same time with subsidiaries in Belgium, Canada and Romania. Subsequently, National Societies were founded in these countries and the statutes modified October 29, 1938 and January 12, 1967. Upcoming event: The next congress will be held the 2 nd week of October 2017.The exact date and location will be announced shortly.

MFC also encouraged the organization of Working Groups and Study Groups on specific themes and of limited duration. Sections and following Study Groups were created: irology (1959), Mycology (1963), Soil Microbiology (1963), Food Microbiology, Immunology (1965), Antibacterial Agents (1969) renamed Antimicrobial Agents (1983), Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (1975), Clinical Microbiology (1976), Lessons (1977), Anaerobic (1980), Tropical Microbiology (1980) etc.

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