The conference: “Microbes and their Viruses: Ecology, Diversity, Applications” was held in Tbilisi on September 22-27, 2019. The conference presented one of the key events of the Science Festival taking place during September 16-30, 2019. The conference was organized jointly by the Georgian Association for General and Applied Microbiology, the George Eliava Institute of Bacteriophage, […]
On September 12 the Georgian Association for General and Applied Microbiology (GAGAM) became a member of the Federation of European Microbiology Societies (FEMS). This fact opens for the GAGAM members new avenues for recognition of Georgian science in the international arena, new collaborations, exchange visits, conference support, etc.
Georgian scientists are working on innovative methods of asthma therapy together with European colleagues as part of a four-year study:“Constructing ‘Eubiosis Reinstatement Therapy’ for Asthma” (CURE). Colony of bachteriophages
On April 15-19, 2019 the Association hold a training on Food Microbiology. Altogether, 25 participants, the majority of which were representing different companies attended the training. The leading experts in the field have delivered 11 lectures related to microbiology requirements to food products, their quality, safety, detection of pathogens and other issues. After completion of […]
On September 28, 2018 the President of the GAGAM Prof. David Prangishvili participated in the French Science Day organized in the frame of the Science and Innovation Fest in Georgia. This event was organized at the Iv, Javakhishvili State University by the French Embassy, along with the Georgian Ministry of Education and Science. The aim of this […]
In 1919 the prominent Georgian scientist Professor Simon Amirejibi organized Department of Bacteriology at the Tbilisi State University. This date can be considered as a start of Microbiology in Georgia The GAGAM plans to hold a conference dedicated to Centennial Anniversary of Microbiology in Georgia.