International Federation of Societies for Histochemistry and Cytochemistry (IFSHC)
Fédération internationale des sociétés d'histochimie et de cytochimie
1960-09-03 Paris France
3 Sep 1960, Paris (France). Statutes adopted 16 Aug 1964, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR); amended Aug 1980, Brighton (UK); Aug 1988, Washington DC (USA).
Organize international coordinate national symposia and promote scientific cooperation in the widest sense; establish histochemistry and cytochemistry institutes; promote histochemistry and cytochemistry as independent basic sciences and their teaching in universities.
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Congress (every 4 years). Committee of Delegates (meets at least at or prior to Congress), consisting of the Executive Committee (President, Secretary-General, Treasurer and member) and 2 delegates from each of the national societies. Local Organizing Committee, comprising members of that national society hosting the next international congress.
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