The Microbiology Society named the Society for General Microbiology, formally established in February 1945, with Alexander Fleming elected as its 1st President. reading Fifty Years On by John Postgate or viewing the profiles on current and previous Presidents to Society. Microbiology Society is an international membership organisation with operational theme in the UK. This strategy covers a five-year time-span (from 2012 to 2017), with a small-touch, rolling review at least every 2 years. In 2014 Council fixed to carry out a light touch review of the Society’s strenght which is approved in 2015. The Society's Vision: A world in which the science of the microbiology provides maximum results to society. The Society's Mission: Advancing the understanding & impact of microbiology by connecting & empowering communities worldwide.
The pillars provide a framework through which the Society’s strategic priorities can be delivered so that we achieve our goals. International – structure the future of microbiology globally by delivering relevant activities & through strengthening strategic international partnerships. Membership – enhance the membership experience so not only shows but limits expectations & members shows valued, heard and part from community. Engagement and Knowledge Transfer – doing the best use of the depth and wealth of knowledge in our diverse membership. Sustainability – having the resources in place to enable the society to deliver its theme.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Society for General Microbiology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences