American Society for Microbiology(ASM) GLOBAL OUTREACH PROGRAM BECOME A MEMBER OF THE LARGEST SINGLE LIFE SCIENCE ORGANIZATION FOR FREE!!!
American Society for Microbiology • The oldest and largest life science organization in the world (1899-2009) • Over 13000 international members • 26 disciplines of microbiological specialization plus a division for microbiology educators • Work closely with WHO, CDC, UNESCO, PAHO, PEPFAR, US Department of State, Embassies in Washington, DC and other international organizations
WHAT WE DO • Support programs of education, training, and public information worldwide. • Publish state-of-the-art 11 journals and books. • Convene meetings, workshops, and colloquia worldwide. • Recognize achievements of our international members through international fellowships, professorships, grants, and other various awards. • Support a network of ASM volunteer Ambassadors and Country Liaisons in 20 regions worldwide. • Assist local societies to set up a groundwork for successful operation.
Afghanistan Bangladesh Benin Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Central African Republic Chad Comoros Democratic Republic of the Congo Cote d’Ivoire Eritrea Ethiopia Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Haiti Kenya Kyrgyz Republic Lao PDR Liberia Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mozambique Myanmar Nepal Niger Nigeria Pakistan Papua New Guinea Rwanda Senegal Sao Tome and Principe Sierra Leone Solomon Islands Somalia Tajikistan Tanzania Togo Uganda Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe WHERE WE WORK
Become an ASM Member for Free!!! • Get a full access to all 11 ASM online journals for FREE! Please visit www.journals.asm.org • Get ASM magazine Microbe with thousands of images, videos, articles, and instructional guides at www.microbelibrary.org for FREE! • Receive full access to Ecosal, the new, continually updated Web resource based on the classic ASM Press publication Escherichia coli and Salmonella: Cellular and Molecular Biology for FREE! Please visit www.EcoSal.org for more information and details. • Get discounts on meeting registrations, books, and other ASM products.
ASM Journals • ASM journals continue to advance the full spectrum of basic and clinical microbiology research, delivering cutting-edge science to researchers across the globe. • ASM journals publish over a quarter of all microbiology articles, while accounting for nearly 42% of all citations in Microbiology. • You will receive your subscription validation and instructions upon membership registration.
ASM Journals IMPACT FACTOR: 4.716 #1 journal in Pharmacology & Pharmacy and #6 in Microbiology ranked by Eigenfactor score #1 cited journal in Pharmacology & Pharmacy and #5 in Microbiology in 2008, with > 37,000 citations. IMPACT FACTOR: 3.801 #1 journal in Microbiology and #2 in Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology ranked by Eigenfactor score #1 cited journal in Microbiology and #1 in Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology in 2008, with > 69,000 citations Named by the SLA as one of the top 100 most influential journals of the last 100 years Applied and Environmental Microbiology Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Clinical and Vaccine Immunology Clinical Microbiology Reviews IMPACT FACTOR: 16.409 #2 journal in Microbiology ranked by ImpactFactor #3 ranked journal among ScienceWatch’s Top 10 Research Journals (2004-2008) in Microbiology, with > 31 average citations per paper IMPACT FACTOR: 2.237 Online only publication
ASM Journals IMPACT FACTOR: 3.636 #2 journal in Microbiology ranked by Eigenfactor score #2 cited journal in Microbiology, receiving > 58,000 citations in 2008 Named by the SLA as one of the top 100 most influential journals of the last 100 years IMPACT FACTOR: 3.945 #5 journal in Microbiology ranked by Eigenfactor score 3 cited journal in Microbiology, with > 46,000 citations in 2008 Eukariotic Cell Infection and Immunity IMPACT FACTOR: 3.987 #1 cited journal in Infectious Diseases and #3 in Immunology, with > 48,000 citations in 2008 IMPACT FACTOR: 3.83 Online only publication Journal of Bacteriology Journal of Clinical Microbiology
ASM Journals IMPACT FACTOR: 5.308 #1 journal in Virology ranked by Eigenfactor score. #1 cited journal in Virology > 86,000 citations in 2008. Named by the SLA as one of the top 100 most influential journals of the last 100 years. IMPACT FACTOR: 16.95 #1 journal in Microbiology ranked by Impact Factor #1 ranked journal among ScienceWatch’s Top 10 Research Journals (2004-2008) in Microbiology, with > 39 average citations per paper IMPACT FACTOR: 5.942 #2 journal in Cell Biology and #4 in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology ranked by Eigenfactor score #3 cited journal in Cell Biology in 2008, with > 69,000 citations in 2008 One of ScienceWatch’s Top 20 Research Journals (1997-2007) in Molecular Biology & Genetics, with > 38 average citations per paper Named by the SLA as one of the top 100 most influential journals of the last 100 years Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews Journal of Virology ASM Minireview Collection of All Journals Molecular and Cellular Biology
800 images that can be downloaded and used in the classroom Animations for Presentations 70 Resources for creating curricula and classroom program The Library is a peer-reviewed collection of TEACHING AND LEARNING materials focused at the UNDERGRADUATE level. This initiative is implemented through: Publishing peer-reviewed teaching resources about the microbial world for undergraduate education Advancing the ASM Curriculum Recommendations for undergraduate education Promoting the scholarship of teaching and learning in microbiology education
MicrobeLibrary contains: • Atlas-Protocol Collection The collection has two components: the Atlas and the Protocol. The Atlas includes a series of IMAGES that support the learning and use of a standard microbiology protocol. The Protocol includes information pertinent to teaching undergraduate microbiology. • Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education (JMBE) Formerly Microbiology EducationPublished annually, JMBE publishes articles driven by outcomes-based cognitive research in student learning. The hallmark of the journal is to recognize educators who are at the forefront of cognitive research in microbiology education. • Focus on Microbiology EducationFOME is published four times a year and provides a venue for faculty to discuss issues in microbiology education. • Curriculum CollectionThe collection of curriculum resources provides classroom activities and laboratory exercises. • Visual CollectionThe collection of visual resources provides images, animations and video clippings for faculty and students to enhance their own understanding or classroom presentations about the microbial world. Visuals are annotated and include descriptions.
Meet EcoSal, the new, continually updated Web resource based on the classic ASM Press publication Escherichia coli and Salmonella: Cellular and Molecular Biology. • Like its print-edition predecessors, EcoSal is a comprehensive, coherent archive of the ENTIRE corpus of knowledge on the enteric bacterial cell. EcoSal is comprised of SEVERAL HUNDRED MODULES of information and interpretation with links to cognate sites containing extensive tabular and pictorial presentations, as well as to active databases of primary research information. • As an ASM member through Global Outreach program you can benefit from this unmatched source FOR FREE!!!
ASM Meetings Through its many member-supported Program Committees, ASM develops and executes ASM’s 5 annual large meetings, niche conferences, educational initiatives, and online professional development activities. The largest 2 meetings are ASM General Meeting and ICAAC.
MicrobeWorld • HIGHLY INTERACTIVE website www.microbeworld.org for science enthusiasts, students, teachers, parents, and the general public! • Offers a comprehensive resources section for educators, parents, and students that includes EXPERIMENTS, LESSON PLANS, and TOOLS for microbiology education. • Over 300 pages deep, the site contains introductory information about the science of microbiology, CAREER PROFILES, and INTERVIEWS with some of the world’s leading researchers! • Provides surprising and interesting facts about microbial life, and a comprehensive PHOTO GALLERY highlighting some of the most studied microorganisms. PLEASE VISIT SITE TUTORIAL AT www.microbeworld.org
ASM International Ambassadors • ASM International Ambassadors are international members of ASM who act as intermediaries between the society and ASM members worldwide. • Currently we have 20 regional Ambassadors and a wide network of Country Liaisons who support the work of International Ambassadors in each individual country. • International Ambassadors coordinate activities with key institutions and organizations in the region. • Identify and respond to the needs of the local microbiological community. • Promote and explain the benefits of membership in ASM. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ASM AMBASSADOR IN YOUR REGION, PLEASE VISIT www.asm.org/international
International Fellowships • If you are: - a young investigator from Africa; - within five years of obtaining or in the process of obtaining your Masters, PhD, equivalent academic degree; - working in any of the microbiology disciplines; - willing to visit a host scientist abroad ASM’s International Fellowship is FOR YOU!!! Please visit www.asm.org/international/fellowship
International Professorships • If you are: - an ASM member; - scientifically recognized in your area of research; - ready to teach a highly interactive short course in microbiological sciences in your country ASM International Professorship Program is FOR YOU!!! Please visit www.asm.org/international/professorship
International Mentoring Program • Experienced ASM members offer assistance to young scientists, ranging from CAREER advice to reviewing a paper for PUBLICATION
American Society for MicrobiologyGlobal Outreach Program Visit the ASM Website at www.asm.org American Society for Microbiology 1752 N Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 Phone - 202-737-3600 Fax - 202-942-9328 E-Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org (to apply for membership) email@example.com (to address any questions related to international programs)