International Society of Hematology (ISH)
Société internationale d'hématologie (SIH)
1946 Dallas TX USA
Founded at Conference held simultaneously also in Mexico City (Mexico). Amalgamated, Aug 1966, with H-XH0162 - European Society of Hematology, set up 1947, Turin (Italy).
Provide a forum for discussion of haematological problems at international level and encourage scientific investigation of such problems; promote the advance of haematology and its recognition as a branch of biological sciences; standardize haematological methods and nomenclature at international level; foster better understanding of basic scientific principles of haematology among scientific investigators, practitioners and general physicians.
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Council. Officers: Chairman of the Council (Chief Executive Officer); President (International Congress Organizer); Vice-Presidents (3 for each Division); Secretary-General (one for each Division). Board of Counsellors and Counsellors at large (meets at time of International Congress). Regional Divisions (3): Asian and Pacific; European and African; Inter-American. Special Committees (5): Science and Education; Nomenclature, Terminology, Quantities and Units; Scientific; Nomination; Standing.
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