Asia Pacific Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Association (APHIA)
1975, as Australasian Tissue Typing Association (ATTA). Title changed to Australasian and Southeast Asian Tissue Typing Association (ASEATTA) in 1983, on regional expansion. Statutes amended: 2001; 2010. Current title adopted 2010.
Promote, encourage and assist the study of tissue typing, immunogenetics and transplantation immunology; provide research facilities, grants, quality control, standardization and other support for research into the above subjects; educate the public and the medical profession as to the necessity for a coordinated approach to the provision of facilities for the above subjects; establish, encourage and contribute to scholarships, fellowships and travel grants for the purposes of promoting or encouraging any of the objects of the Association; become a member of or subscribe to any other association, whether incorporated or not, having objects wholly, or in part, similar to those of the Association; provide expert opinion to government, private organizations or instrumentalities on matters related to the above subjects and related areas.
Events2021-04-22 | Delhi, India – Scientific Conference
2020-12-10 | Delhi, India – Scientific Conference
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