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Our 19 Working Groups on specialist subjects are engaged in advancing scientific knowledge in antimicrobial chemotherapy, clinical microbiology and infectious diseases through various activities: Peer Reviewed Publications Symposia, Consensus Conferences, International Surveys, Collaborative Research, Development and Implementation of Professional Guidelines. 

Anti-Infective Pharmacology Antimicrobial Stewardship Bone, Skin & Soft Tissue Infections
Clostridium difficile Infections Device Related Infections & Biofilm Endocarditis & Bloodstream Infections
Fungal Infections Hepatitis Immunisations and Vaccines
Infection Prevention & Control Infections in Catastrophic Areas Infections in the ICU and Sepsis
Intra-Abdominal Infections MRSA Mycobacteria
Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy Pharmacoeconomics Rapid Diagnostics & Biomarkers
Urinary Tract Infections Zoonoses  

Aims and Objectives

  • Promote advancement of knowledge on all aspects of antimicrobial chemotherapy, clinical microbiology and infectious diseases through active working group co-operation
  • Bring together fellow scientists to exchange experiences and promote discussions during regular Working Group meetings
  • Work actively for the establishment of international collaborative projects
  • Promote high standards of care and quality of research
  • Contribute to the ISAC’s major international conference, the International Conference of Chemotherapy


To join an ISAC Working Group, please contact the Group Chair/Secretary with your name and a brief C.V.  We welcome new members!