New SIRMCE Confederation
Nouvelle SIRMCE Confédération
1992-10-10 Brussels Belgium
10 Oct 1992, Brussels (Belgium). Also referred to in English as New SIRMCE and in French as Nouvelle société internationale pour la recherche sur les maladies de civilisation et l'environnement. Registered according to Belgian law. Replaced H-XB2503 - International Society for Research on Civilization Diseases and Environment, itself set up 30 Aug 1973, Luxembourg, as successor body to H-XH5503 - International Society for Research on Civilization Diseases and Vital Substances, set up 1954, Hannover (Germany FR). Ceased to exist; last Symposium reported 1995, Brussels.
Contribute to research on diseases of civilization and the environment in relation to man and his life, in particular the impact of present day society on diseases of civilization and public health.
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General Assembly (annual, in Belgium). Executive Committee of 9 members representing different scientific, professional, technical and economic fields and including President, Scientific Coordinator, Administrative Coordinator and Treasurer. International Liaison Office, acting as secretariat and permanent office.
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