International Society for Pathophysiology (ISP)
Société internationale de pathophysiologie
1991-05-28 Moscow USSR
Founded at Constituent Congress.
Promote pathophysiology as a modern integrative biomedical science concerned with the basic mechanisms responsible for initiation, development, elimination and treatment of pathological processes; unite specialists of experimental physiology, clinical medicine and modern biology working on problems of human and animal pathophysiology; support research in pathophysiology; promote international collaboration and exchange of scientific information and experience obtained from pathophysiological studies and related fields of medical research throughout the medical and scientific community; support teaching of pathophysiology; develop ways to promote ISP goals, objectives, and accomplishments in the public media; by these activities contribute, in cooperation with other scientific societies, to better health in humans and animals.
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General Assembly. Council, comprising 36 members. Executive Committee, consisting of President, Honorary President, Past President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary General, Treasurer and Editor.
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