International Federation of Placenta Associations (IFPA)
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1994-10 Sydney NSW Australia
Oct 1994, Sydney (Australia), as International Federation of Placental Associations (IFPA), at 1st International Meeting of World Placental Associations, following suggestion, 1992, of 12th Rochester Trophoblast Conference and 5th Meeting of European Placenta Group, Sep 1993, Manchester (UK). Registered in the state of Delaware (USA).
Provide official representation of placentology; organize professional interaction; promote excellence in the field of placental research; encourage further development of existing and new regional groups and coordinate their meetings; provide organizational base for association with appropriate publications; forum for information dissemination; facilitate international cooperation.
Events2025 | Erfurt, Germany – Meeting
2024 | Montréal, QC Canada – Meeting
2023-09-05 | Rotorua, New Zealand – Meeting
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General Assembly; Executive Committee. Officers: President; Secretary; Treasurer.
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