International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA)
Fédération internationale des associations d'anatomistes (FIAA)
1903 Nancy France
1903, Nancy (France), as a federation of national and multinational associations of anatomists; 1st International Anatomical Congress: 6 Aug 1905, Geneva (Switzerland). Current statutes adopted 10 Aug 1989, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Further the development and promote the progress of all anatomical and biomorphological sciences; encourage and increase scientific, technical, educational and administrative exchange among anatomists worldwide; provide general guidelines for educational, technological and scientific purposes and for issues of general interest to anatomical science; coordinate and support preparation, revision and publication of documents on terminology of anatomy and biomorphology; stimulate friendship and cooperation among members; promote international scientific congresses, symposia and other meetings of anatomical and morphological sciences.
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General Assembly of members' representatives (every 4-5 years) at Federative International Congress of Anatomists. Executive Committee/Permanent Board, consisting of President, Vice-President, Honorary President, Secretary General, 2 Secretaries and Treasurer. Headquarters/Secretariat in Lübeck (Germany).
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