International Federation of Pigment Cell Societies (IFPCS)
1977, as International Pigment Cell Society (IPCS). Present name adopted 1990.
Foster and enhance internationally the study of and research on normal or abnormal pigment cells and pigmentation in humans and other animals; foster scientific collaboration, cooperation and communication among member societies dedicated to research in the field: establish guidelines or mechanisms for interaction of member societies; encourage dissemination of knowledge and results of new investigations in the field.
Events2023-05 | Bilbao, Spain – International Pigment Cell Conference
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Council (meets annually), comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Webmaster and 12 members (3 ex-officio). Committees (2): Publications; Women Scientists. Special Committee, comprising one member from each constituent society collects data on resources available to the pigment cell community. Special Interest Groups (7): Genetics of Pigmentation; Biology of Melanoma; Pigment Cell Development; Hypo/Hyperpigmentation; Ocular/Extracutaneous Pigmentation; Vitiligo; InterPig Database.
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