European Association of Veterinary Anatomists (EAVA)
Association européenne des anatomistes vétérinaires
Asociación Europea de Anatomistas Veterinarios
Europäische Vereinigung der Veterinäranatomen
Societas Europaea Anatomorum Veterinariorum
1963-08 Hannover Germany FR
Founded Aug 1963, Hannover (Germany FR), following suggestion at 5th Congress of B-XB3472 - World Association of Veterinary Anatomists (WAVA), 4-8 Sep 1961, Vienna (Austria). Founding Assembly: 6 Apr 1964, Vienna. Statutes adopted 4-7 Aug 1965, Giessen (Germany FR); amended 24 Aug 1990, Leipzig (Germany).
Afford those persons in European or neighbouring countries engaged in the study of anatomy of domestic animals the opportunity to come together for the advancement of these studies.
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