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American Association of Clinical Anatomists

The AACA was established in February 18, 1983 to support, endorse, and advance structurally and clinically-based scholarship in exploration, teaching, and curricular matters within the health science occupations. Its yearly scientific meeting conveys a vital and compassionate venue for basic and clinical scientists and instructors to distribute scholarly effort of an investigational or evocative nature in any of the sub disciplines of anatomy or fields of medicine. Their journal, Clinical Anatomy, is the Official Journal of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists, the British Association of Clinical Anatomists, the Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists, and the Anatomical Society of Southern Africa. It prints unique and review articles of scientific, clinical, and enlightening attention to anatomists and clinicians. Our Association is pleased to have associates from over 30 countries worldwide and they continually welcome new members to our community. The roots of the AACA were first formed on February 18, 1983 at JFK International Airport in New York City when 18 surgeons and anatomists gathered to generate a better forum for conversation among clinicians who practice the application of anatomy and those who study and teach anatomy.  The impetus for the meeting was raised by Ralph Ger, M.D., who, a few months earlier, had visited a meeting of the British Association of Clinical Anatomists (BACA), which was founded in 1977.  There was concern on both sides of the Atlantic that the decrease in time for the study of anatomy in the crowded medical curriculum might have a negative effect on training for clinical practice.  At the New York meeting, the American group elected officers to guide the creation of the AACA and recruit members.  These included: Oliver Beahrs, M.D., president, Stephen Gray, Ph.D. secretary/treasurer, and four councilors, Sidney Black, M.D., R Ger, M.D., Paul Jones, Ph.D., and John Skandalakis, M.D., Ph.D.  Over the next few months, added members were recruited and bylaws and a composition were circulated.  With 64 interested members, a second organizational meeting was held in Atlanta in October concurrent with the meeting of the American College of Surgeons.

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The following is the list of scholars from American Association of Clinical Anatomists who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

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