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Branch Officers

Upcoming Events


Mission Statement

Meeting Registration

Branch Officers:


                   Joseph Dolan

DBA Education Services

501 Sable Ridge Ct.

Nashville, TN 37221





                   Anthony Farone
                   Department of Biology
                   Davis Science Building 112

MTSU Box 60
          Middle Tennessee State University
          Murfreesboro, TN 37132
          Phone (615) 898-5343



Amy M. Woron

Molecular Biology and Enteric


Tennessee Department of Health

630 Hart Lane

Nashville, Tennessee 37243


                   Rodney King
                   Department of Biology
                   Western Kentucky University

Bowling Green, KY 42101
          Phone (270) 745-6910

Upcoming Events:


CE Saturday @ Volunteer State


Volunteer State Community College

Mattox Bldg, Room 104 and Warf Bldg, Room 110

1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, TN


Saturday March 21, 2015


8 AM to 4 PM



Join us for a continuing education event sponsored by the Kentucky-Tennessee Branch of the American Society for Microbiology. Licensed clinical laboratory technologists will receive 6 hours of P.A.C.E. credit. Looking to upgrade to a Supervisor License? This program offers 4 hours of management!  Veterinary technicians will receive 7 hours of R.A.C.E. credit. The presentation will focus on nutrition for cats and dogs.






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Mission Statement:

The Kentucky/Tennessee branch of the American Society of Microbiology exists to unify microbiology specialties and subspecialties within the area of these two states. We value the contributions that our members make within political, societal, clinical, industrial, and educational venues. Therefore, the branch meets once a year to discuss and present research, receive updates regarding public policy and attitudes, and stimulate student interest and participation in microbiological topics and related disciplines.

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Last Revised March 10, 2015