World Association of Veterinary Anatomists (WAVA)
Association mondiale des anatomistes vétérinaires (AMAV)
Asociación Mundial de Anatomistas Veterinarios (AMAV)
Weltvereinigung der Veterinäranatomen (WVVA)
1957-09-23 Freiburg-Breisgau Germany FR
23-25 Sep 1957, Freiburg-Breisgau (Germany FR), as International Association of Veterinary Anatomists -- Association internationale des anatomistes vétérinaires -- Internationale Vereinigung der Veterinäranatomen, following initiative of 6th Congress of Anatomy, 28 Jul 1955, Paris (France). Constitution and present name adopted at 5th General Assembly, 1961, Vienna (Austria), and modified: 1967, Paris; 1975, Thessaloniki (Greece); 1985, London (UK). Registered in accordance with French law.
Bring together individuals and associations (collective members) interested in the study and teaching of domestic animal anatomy and their development by organizing meetings, encouraging research work, multiplying contacts and exchanging information and material; promote comparative gross, microscopic and developmental anatomy of domestic, laboratory and zoo animals.
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General Assembly (at International Congress of Anatomy or at World Veterinary Congress). Executive Committee. Officers: President; 3 Vice-Presidents; Secretary-General; Treasurer. Committees (5). Regions (4).
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