Microbiology Society Roadshow 2019
  • Rolle Plaza Marquee, University of Plymouth

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As part of their commitment to developing, expanding and strengthening the vast networks and opportunities available to members and local communities, the Microbiology Society is pleased to announce this event at the University of Plymouth. 

The roadshow is led by Microbiology Society President, Professor Judith Armitage, as she continues her journey around the UK and Ireland.

This event offers a unique opportunity to:

  • meet the President, Professor Judith Armitage
  • engage in interactive topical related discussions
  • network with local like-minded individuals
  • find out why microbiology and being part of the Microbiology Society matters
  • learn how you can get more involved in Society activities, including our 75th Anniversary in 2020
  • meet the Microbiology Society team.

The event will be of interest to anyone working in or with an interest in microbiology and wanting to find out more about the Microbiology Society. It will be of particular interest to members in the South West. 

The roadshow is free to anyone who would like to attend and includes light refreshments. Early registration is recommended as places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Find out more via the Microbiology Society website

Register your free place by contacting Erin Taylor (email: e.taylor@microbiologysociety.org / tel: +44 (0)20 7685 2672) or contacting her for any queries.

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Location of the Rolle Plaza Marquee on campus

Please view the map alongside for the location of the Rolle Plaza Marquee on the University campus.

Further information on getting here

World Antibiotic Awareness Week: 

18–24 November 2019

World Antibiotic Awareness Week (WAAW) aims to highlight the issue of antibiotic resistance, one of the most significant current threats to global health.

As part of WAAW, the University will be promoting messages from the UK government and Public Health England. The week seeks to gauge awareness levels in all sectors of the population using a short questionnaire and promotes the issue via a number of resources.

View our WAAW webpage for more details

Event photography and video
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