International Society of Radiolabelled Blood Elements (ISORBE)
1989 Vienna Austria
Founded 1989, Vienna (Austria), at 5th International Symposium on Radiolabelled Blood Elements, the 1st Symposium having been held in Nov 1979, New York NY (USA). Registered in accordance with Austrian law, 20 Aug 1990, Vienna.
Serve as a forum for discussion and collaboration among scientists involved in the study of inflammation, infection and atherosclerosis; maintain scientific contacts and exchange research experience in the field worldwide; promote research, resolve controversial issues and support young researchers in this area.
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Members' Assembly (every 2 years), comprising Ordinary and Honorary members. Board of Directors of 22 members. Executive board, comprising President, Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor-in-Chief of Newsletter and 3 members.
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