Asia Pacific Federation of Pharmacologists (APFP)
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1991 Hong Kong Hong Kong
1991, Hong Kong, at 6th Regional Meeting of Pharmacologists; reaffirmed during 7th Meeting, 1995, Manila (Philippines). Statutes formulated and distributed in 1997. Formal establishment 1999, Taipei (Taiwan), at 8th Meeting. Original title: South East Asian/Western Pacific Federation of Pharmacologists (SEA/WPFP). Previously also referred to as South East Asian/Western Pacific Regional Federation of Pharmacologists (SEA/WP).
Advance research in and teaching of pharmacology; foster cooperation among pharmacologists in the region; encourage formation of special interest groups in areas of pharmacology and toxicology.
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Steering Committee, including Chairman and Secretary. Proposed statutes suggest, once launched: Council, consisting of nominees of local societies affiliated with the International Union of Pharmacology; Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary, Deputy Secretary and Treasurer; Sub-Committees.
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