Related Microbiology Links

UW- L Microbiology Club is open to all students, non-majors as well as majors, interested in microbiology.

The UW - L Biology Department teaches a number of courses pertaining to microbiology including eukaryotic microbiology courses such as mycology and parasitology. This site includes a page on Communication in the Biological Sciences which covers everything from answering exam questions to poster presentations to formal papers.

The library now carries the very useful book The Prokaryotes from Springer-Verlag on-line. Find out about bacteria from the thermophilic Archaea to endospore-forming gram positive Bacteria to the Proteobacteria.

Bioweb - A collaborative web site produced by faculty members from 14 different University of Wisconsin System universities and centers. This site covers a number of areas inclduing introductory biology, zoology, botany, ecology, genetics and microbiology.

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) is the oldest and largest single life science membership in the world with over 43,000 members.  Its membership is open to microbiology students and professionals covering 26 different microbiological disciplines and microbiology education.  Check it out: http://www.asm.org

The Office of Education and Training of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) offers career information and fellowship opportunities in biological/microbiological sciences at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral level. The URL is http://www.microbiologycareers.org/

For more information about the Microbiology major, contact:
Dr. S.N. Rajagopal,Chair
Department of Microbiology