Task Force: Human Resource Development (HRD)
ACM was established for the purpose of conservation and sustainable use of microbial genetic resources in Asian countries that are blessed with rich biological diversity. In the first meeting of ACM, 12 Asian countries agreed to collaborate on human resource development, and as a result, the TF-HRD was established. The TF-HRD covers three objectives, (i) Training, (ii) Exchange of Scientists, and (iii) Research collaboration addressing specific issues. Various seminars and workshops have been held in ACM member institutes.
Song-Gun Kim (KCTC, Korea)
- Hiroko Kawasaki (NBRC, Japan)
- Rosario G. Monsalud (BIOTECH, University of the Philippines Los Baños, Philippines)
- Duong Van Hop (VTCC, Viet Nam)
- Lisdiyanti Puspita (LIPI, Indonesia)
- Suwanee Chunhametha (BIOTEC, Thailand)
- Yuguang Zhou (IMCAS, China)
- Tsetseg Baljinova (IGEB-MAS, Mongolia)
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- Training Course on Long-Term Preservation and Management of Microbial Resources with Agricultural Importance (May 23-27, 2011 @BIOTEC, Thailand)
- International Training Course on Application of Biotechnology Tools for Rapid Identification of Foodborne Pathogens” (February 2013 @NBRC, Japan)
- 3rd ACM International Training- Workshop on Quality Control of Microbial-Based Fertilizers (March 11-13, 2015 @VTCC, Viet Nam)