International Society for Chronobiology (ISC)
Société internationale de chronobiologie
Sociedad para la Cronobiologia
Gesellschaft für Chronobiologie
Società di Cronobiologia
1937 Ronneby Sweden
1937, Ronneby (Sweden), as Society for the Study of Biological Rhythm -- Societas pro Studio Rhythmi Biologici. Present name adopted 8 Nov 1971, Little Rock AR (USA). Current constitution adopted 1979, Hannover (Germany FR).
Further the study of temporal changes in living matter, including biological rhythms in development and ageing in individuals and populations; study and define mechanisms of these temporal changes; foster application of chronobiological findings in basic and applied biology, physiology, work hygiene and the medical sciences; promote education in and wide understanding of chronobiology; further contact among scientists in the field and provide a forum for practitioners.
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General Assembly (usually every 2 years). Officers: President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents, Secretary-Treasurer and President-Elect. Board of Directors, comprising 9 members.
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