Bangladesh Society for Microbiology, Immunology, and Advanced Biotechnology

About the BSMIAB

Bangladesh Society for Microbiology, Immunology, and Advanced Biotechnology (BSMIAB) is a non-profit organization. Biotechnologists, microbiologists, and immunologists are working to improve agriculture, health, environment, medicine, pharmaceuticals, welfare, and food safety. BSMIAB was established for enhancing communication among biotechnology and immunology professionals, to promote the exchange of information and material for the study between individuals and organizations in the human, plant, and animal, to encourage research in this field, and to establish and maintain liaison with the general public, regulatory bodies other bodies with related interests. It is a global association for Bangladeshi biotechnology, microbiology, and immunology professionals. It is run by an elected Executive team every two years. Its members come from Bangladeshi who are living all around the world and are in academia, research, government, industry, and practice.

BSMIAB has started its operation in 2013 in Bangladesh and Bangladeshi Scientist Dr. Md Jamal Uddin, who worked as a Research Professor at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ewha Womans University, Korea was the founder of the association.

Since its inception in 2013, BSMIAB has tried to build bridges between researchers/academicians & stakeholders by providing information on the latest technologies in biotechnology, microbiology, and immunology sector wherever achieved around the World’s and brought forward the updated knowledge at the doorstep of Bangladeshi scientists.

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