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Links for Europe:

  • Sociedad científica cuyo objetivo es el de promover el desarrollo en España de los aspectos básicos, aplicados y clínicos de la micología y de establecer las bases de cooperación con Sociedades nacionales o internacionales que compartan los mismos objetivos.

    http://www.aemicol.org/
  • Promoting the exchange of scientific information and co-operation of its members with a view to translating the results of microbiological research to the benefit of society and the environment.

    http://www.vaam.de/
  • Aiming to bring together people who are interested in mycology and in knowledge and conservation of fungi.

    http://www.ambbresadola.org/
  • http://www.amcli.it/
  • Aiming to promote of all branches of hygiene, microbiology and preventive medicine with regard of scientific and practical issues, supporting of cooperation within Austrian hygienists, microbiologists and medical preventionists as well as cooperation with scientists of related fields for the benefit of scientific progress, promoting of international cooperation in hygiene, microbiology and preventive medicine, consulting in hygiene, microbiology and preventive medicine for authorities, corporations under public law, third parties, enterprises, and individuals who are engaged in public health and public hygiene, and promoting of young scientists of the respective branches by means of scientific awards.

    http://oeghmp.at/
  • The scope of the Society is to create a forum where Belgian microbiologists from all subdisciplines including virology can meet each other on a regular basis.

    http://www.belsocmicrobio.be/
  • Formed to draw together all those interested in Aerobiology in the United Kingdom.

    http://projects.nri.org/baf/
  • Formed in 1958 to stimulate and advance interest in all branches of lichenology.

    http://www.britishlichensociety.org.uk/
  • BME's sole objective is to promote mycology in all its aspects.

    http://www.britmycolsoc.org.uk/
  • The objectives of the Group is the advancement of research, clinical excellence and training in paediatric allergy, immunology and infectious diseases.

    http://www.bpaiig.org/
  • The Society's aims are to facilitate the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge in the field of antimicrobial chemotherapy.

    http://bsac.org.uk/
  • Advancing the science of Immunology through the publication of its journals, the organisation of scientific meetings and its work with schools and the general public.

    https://immunology.org/
  • Advancing education and promoting research in all branches of medical and veterinary mycology, and to disseminate the results of such research for the public benefit.

    http://www.bsmm.org/
  • http://www.hmd-cms.hr/
  • http://www.cssm.info/
  • Formed in 1905 in Copenhagen in order to gather both the professional mycologists and the amateurs in the same society.

    http://www.svampe.dk/
  • http://www.dghm.org/
  • The German Mycological Society promotes both German and international level scientific development of medical and veterinary mycology.

    http://www.dmykg.de/
  • Founded in 1908 with the purpose to promote mycology. The Society's members occupy themselves with mycology on different levels -- novice or advanced, amateur or professional.

    http://www.mycologen.nl/
  • Promoting safe and ethically acceptable biotechnology for the better use of Nature's resources.

    http://www.efb-central.org/
  • EMBO was established with the aim to promote molecular biology studies in Europe.

    http://www.embo.org/
  • The ENIVD members meet regularly together with representatives from EC and WHO to exchange and gather information working on the improvement of the collaboration and diagnostics for "imported" viral diseases in Europe.

    http://www.enivd.org/
  • The Society aims to promote knowledge of viruses, particularly as it relates to the clinical diagnosis and management of viral diseases, their pathogenesis, natural history, treatment and prevention.

    http://www.escv.org/
  • Furthering progress in veterinary virology, as well as education, free exchange of information and to provide an organization for individuals who devote a significant portion of their professional activities to research, teaching or the practical application of veterinary virology.

    http://esvv.eu/
  • ESCMID is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases in Europe by promoting and supporting research, education and training in the infection disciplines.

    https://www.escmid.org/
  • The Federation of European Microbiological Societies is devoted to the promotion of microbiology in Europe.

    http://www.fems-microbiology.org/
  • Finnish Medical Mycology Society's purpose is to promote awareness and research on matters in which fungi affect human or animal health.

    http://www.mykologia.net/
  • http://www.biobio.org/
  • http://www.protozoologie.de/
  • http://www.g-f-v.org/
  • http://www.hms.org.gr/
  • http://www.mit.hu/info.aspx?sp=1
  • http://www.mmt.org.hu/
  • Aiming to promote and develop biomedical science and its practitioners and to establish, improve and maintain professional standards.

    https://www.ibms.org/
  • The ISCM objectives are to advance and disseminate the scientific and clinical knowledge of infection including laboratory diagnosis, patient management and treatment, surveillance and epidemiology, infection prevention and control, antimicrobial resistance, antimicrobial stewardship and advisory consultation services.

    http://www.iscm.ie/
  • Supporting co-operation between all the various groups in the Nordic countries concerned with aerobiology.

    https://sites.google.com/site/nordicaerobiology/
  • The Association has the Mission of promoting interest in microbiology, and to create and communicate the contact between members.

    http://www.nfmikro.net/
  • Aiming to stimulate virology in Norway and act on its behalf.

    http://www.virologi.org/
  • Pharmig is a non-profit making professional organisation that represents the interests of individuals who work in, have responsibility for, or work alongside microbiology within Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Cosmetics & NHS Industries.

    http://www.pharmig.org.uk/
  • The aim of the PSM is to propagate to the public achievements in microbiology, especially those developed by the Society members.

    http://www.microbiology.pl/
  • SPM aims to promote and develop in Portugal, research, teaching and applications of Microbiology.

    http://www.spmicrobiologia.pt/
  • Promoting the study, teaching and dissemination of all aspects of protozoology, providing a forum for the presentation and discussion of results obtained from original research and for an exchange of information on experimental design and techniques, encourage developing and novel aspects of protozoology, representing the interests of protozoology on other professional bodies, assist young scientists researching in protozoology to attend professional meetings.

    http://protistology.org.uk/
  • As the forum, conscience, and voice of the arts and sciences in the Netherlands, the Academy promotes quality in science and scholarship and strives to ensure that Dutch scholars and scientists contribute to cultural, social and economic progress.

    https://www.knaw.nl/nl
  • The main aim of the Societies was to help young microbiologists of different education to broaden their knowledge and to bring scientists of different fields of microbiology together.

    http://www.smd.si/
  • Web de la Sociedad Valenciana de Microbiologia Clinica dirigido a los socios y profesionales sanitarios.

    https://www.svamc.com/
  • The society's aim is to promote their own field of research and action in Finland.

    http://www.biobio.org/
  • http://fungi.ro/
  • SFM aims to bring together microbiologists France and francophone countries, working in different fields of medical microbiology, industrial, and environmental physiology, genetics, taxonomy, hygiene, antimicrobial agents, ... on bacteria, viruses , fungi and parasites.

    http://www.sfm-microbiologie.org/
  • Mycological Society of France is open to all those interested in the study of fungi, in all their aspects.

    http://www.mycofrance.fr/
  • The Society for General Microbiology (SGM) was founded in 1945 and is now the largest microbiological society in Europe. The Society's objective is to advance the art and science of microbiology.

    http://www.sgm.ac.uk/