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ASM Branches

ASM Branches
The Branches of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) have a long history of serving microbiology at the local level. They provide members with a wide range of scientific programs, networking events, and the opportunity to serve in leadership roles. ASM's thirty-five Branches are organized by geographical territories that are defined by one or more states and/or zip code areas. Branches are individually chartered, elect their own officers, set their own dues, and determine their own membership criteria. Although membership in the National ASM is not required to join a Branch, it is strongly encouraged. Only National members have full voting privileges in the Branch and are eligible to serve in leadership roles.


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