Act Fast – Abstract Submission Closes Soon

Your Science Has to be Here

Presenting your latest research at ASM Microbe gives you unparalleled access to peers, experts, and funders across the microbial sciences. Plus, more than 200 cutting-edge sessions are divided across 9 scientific tracks – making it easy for you to share your new science with colleagues in your field and related fields.

Choose your scientific track and get ready to share your science June 9-13, in Washington, D.C.

Abstract and Travel Award Submission Deadline: January 19, 2022, 12 p.m. EST

Submit Your Abstract Now

Need financial assistance to attend? Apply for a travel award when submitting your abstract. More than 50 opportunities are available to help offset the cost of you attending and traveling to join us for this one-of-a-kind meeting.

A Can’t-Miss Opportunity

Get in Front of the Who’s Who in the Field

Leading microbial scientists worldwide will be at the meeting to see the latest science. Formal and informal networking spaces are segmented by tracks, offering opportunities throughout the meeting for you to easily meet with those interested in your research and findings.

Elevate Your Work

Did you know that there are more than 450 oral abstract presentation slots available? You have a 1 in 7 chance of being selected for an oral presentation in a rapid fire, in-depth symposia, or track hub session.

Make Meaningful Connections

Meeting in-person is an invaluable opportunity that creates space for meaningful connections. And, ASM Microbe has your health as our top priority. We’re building in safety measures throughout the meeting so you can focus on a rich meeting experience.


Mark your calendars! Registration and housing will open early-February 2022. Check the ASM Microbe website on Jan. 13, 2022, for registration and hotel rates.

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