International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS)
Union internationale des sciences physiologiques
Unión Internacional de Ciencias Fisiológicas
1953-09 Montréal QC Canada
Sep 1953, Montréal QC (Canada), at 19th International Physiological Congress. Functions previously administered by H-XH1755 - Permanent Committee of International Physiological Congresses, set up in 1891.
Encourage advancement of physiological sciences; facilitate dissemination of knowledge in the field; promote the International Congress and similar meetings as may be useful to advance physiological sciences, and other measures that contribute to its development in developing countries.
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General Assembly (every 4 years, at Congress); Council; Executive Committee. Committees and Commissions: K-XK2324 - IUPS Commission on Locomotion; K-XK2325 - IUPS Commission on Circulation - Respiration; K-XK2326 - IUPS Commission on Endocrine, Reproduction and Development; K-XM1527 - IUPS Commission on Neurobiology; K-XK2328 - IUPS Commission on Secretion and Absorption; K-XM1528 - IUPS Commission on Molecular and Cellular Physiology; K-XE7235 - IUPS Commission on Comparative Physiology; K-XK2322 - IUPS Commission on Genomics and Biodiversity; Education Committee; Physiome and Systems Biology Committee.
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