SAM - Society for Anaerobic Microbiology
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The Society was founded in 1975 as the Anaerobic Discussion Group and became the
SAM in 1989. Membership of the Society is open to anyone interested in anaerobic
microbiology, and members include workers from a wide range of scientific
backgrounds from all parts of the world.
The Committee organise a one day meeting in December at St Bartholomew's Hospital
and in the past a biennial International Symposium traditionally held at Churchill College,
Cambridge.

The business of SAM is managed by a limited company, ADG Ltd, and its directors are
elected by ballot every two years. New members are always welcome.


As from 2004, membership will be free. For details of membership please contact the
Secretary Kenneth Bruce , or see our Membership Application Form.


EVENTS

SAM December 2013 - Symposium

Diagnosis and Clinical Impact of Anaerobic Infections


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