Yugoslav Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy was founded 09.10.2002. in Belgrade. It is Member of the International Society for Chemotherapy (International Society for Chemotherapy) ISC. On the basis of the Business Registers Agency Low, the Society was renamed in 2012. from Yugoslav to Serbian, with all of the succession rights.
The Society is active in monitoring and studying the topic of antimicrobial chemotherapy in all its aspects. From the problems of use new and already known therapeutics, as well as problems of resistance, to the problems of application of new therapeutic protocols and interdisciplinary collaboration that is needed to solve the problem of antimicrobial treatment. The association was organized numbers of meetings: AMICA 6-7. 11.2003., First Congress of the Society 16-18.03.2006. Belgrade. Professional conference with international participation devoted to antimicrobial resistance (extended-spectrum beta-lactamase) and monitoring of rational use of antibiotics, held in June 2007 in Vrsac. The speakers were: Prof Dr D.Livermore, Prof Dr GM Rossolini, Prof Dr M. Čižman. Second Congress of Yugoslav Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy was held in Novi Sad from 2-5. October 2008 at the "Master" of the Novi Sad Fair. Symposium on the new flu was held 25. September 2009. It was organized by the Clinical Center of Serbia and the Yugoslav Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. Association hosted the 2nd Southeast European Conference on Chemotherapy and Infection (SEEC) 03. - 06. November 2011, Belgrade.
Second Conference of Southeast Europe on chemotherapy and infections was jointly organized by the JUAH, Federation of European Societies for Chemotherapy and for Infections in cooperation with the International Society of chemotherapy, infection and cancer (ISC) and the Mediterranean Society of Chemotherapy and Infection (MSC) with the support of many societies from the region.
Society organized Professional meeting: Antimicrobial resistance - the actual problem 04. December 2014 in SLD, Belgrade.
Members of the Society can be infectologists, microbiologists, pharmacologists, epidemiologists, internists, surgeons, anesthesiologists, pediatricians, as well as all other health care workers who meet and deal with solving the problems of application of chemotherapy in infections in their work. The membership in the Society is free. All Association members are automatically members of ISC and are entitled to reduced fees for conferences organized by the ISC or where ISC is co-organizer.
All the organs and functions of the association are voluntary and appointed for them do not receive compensation.