European Association of Musculo-Skeletal Transplantation (EAMST)
Association européenne de transplantation des tissus de l'appareil locomoteur
1992-04-04 Brussels Belgium
4 Apr 1992, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist Dec 2011.
Promote research and disseminate knowledge in the field of musculo-skeletal preservation and transplantation; promote basic scientific and technical knowledge concerning procurement, processing, storage, transplantation and clinical aspects of musculo-skeletal tissue; encourage voluntary donation and make available a safe, adequate and economic supply of tissue for clinical and research purposes; establish codes and standards for procurement, preservation and transplantation of musculo-skeletal tissue; foster cooperation among tissue banks and clinical centres.
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General Assembly (annual). Executive Board, comprising President, 2 Vice-Presidents, General Secretary and Treasurer, with participation of French and German study groups. Standing Committees (3): Education and Programme; Scientific; Standards.
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