International Academy of Pathology (IAP)
Académie internationale de pathologie
Academia Internacional de Patologia
1906-05-15 Montréal QC Canada
15 May 1906, Montréal QC (Canada), as International Association of Medical Museums -- Association internationale des musées médicaux. Present name adopted 1955. Statutes amended 17 Oct 1976, Washington DC (USA). Incorporated in the District of Columbia (USA).
Advance pathology through educational exchanges worldwide; provide access to valid, currently authenticated and trusted knowledge; provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of advances in the understanding of pathologic processes and for the presentation and critical evaluation of scientific, technological and methodological advances.
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Scientific Session (every 2 years). International Council, composed of Executive Committee (President, President-elect, Secretary, Treasurer, Regional Vice-Presidents and Past President), Councillors and Editor of 'International Pathology'.
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