Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
The ASBMB fosters research, teaching and industry in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology through regional and national meetings, newsletters and the encouragement of visits by scientists from overseas laboratories.
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
FASEB is a coalition of independent Member Societies that serve the interests of biomedical and life scientists, particularly those related to public policy issues. FASEB facilitates coalition activities among Member Societies and disseminates information on biological research through scientific conferences and publications. FASEB also offers Member Societies headquarters facilities, and operational and logistic support.
PASCV was founded in 1977 as the Pan American Group for Rapid Viral Diagnosis. The name was changed in 1995 to reflect the expanding role of the society in all areas of clinical virology, including diagnostics, manifestations of viral diseases and viral pathogenesis, prevention of and therapy for viral diseases and the improved understanding of all of these.
The Phycological Society of America (PSA) is a scientific organization that promotes phycology, the study of algae, and fosters phycological research and education. The Society has a worldwide membership of approximately 2,000 members and subscribers in 63 countries. Membership is open to any individual interested in phycology.
The Society for Industrial Microbiology (SIM) is a professional society dedicated to the advancement of the microbiological sciences especially as they apply to industrial products, biotechnology, materials and processes.
The American Society of Mammalogists was established in 1919 for the purpose of promoting the study of mammals. We encourage you to peruse this web site for information about mammals and the ASM. We hope that it will stimulate your interest in mammals, and further your appreciation of their importance.
The Australian Society for Microbiology is a professional society devoted to furthering the science of microbiology. As such, ASM is an organization that greatly benefits microbiologists by providing a framework for professional development through networking, continuing education and in the establishment of codes of practice for microbiologists across Australia.
The Society was founded in 1952. Its aims, according to its Constitution, are: "...to advance education by the encouragement and pursuit of all aspects of the study of algae and to publish the results of this research in a journal, and also in other publications which shall from time to time appear desirable, provided that all publications of the Society shall be available to the general public."