Associated European Human Biological Centres
Centres européens associés de biologie humaine (CEABH)
1963-09-02 Paris France
2-3 Sep 1963, Paris (France), as Eurafrican Centre -- Centre eurafricain, also referred to as Centre eurafricain de biologie humaine. Activities extended by the creation of Centre euraméricain de biologie humaine and of Centre eurasiatique de biologie humaine; the three bodies were grouped together under the present name in 1967. No activity reported since 1995.
Provide medical, biological and psychological supervision of people migrating between countries or between continents, especially to or from the tropics; draw up statistics based on biological norms for each ethnic group; study living conditions in the various continents and biological change due to change of environment; train medical personnel in use of research techniques and systematic screening of tropical illnesses; organize exchange of specialists; set up centres for research and medical treatment.
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