European Society For Muscle Research

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European Society For Muscle Research

The European Society for Muscle Research was founded in 1971. The first meeting was organized in 1972 in Liege (Belgium). Since then annual meetings were organized without interruption in almost every European country and in Israel. Despite of initial exponential growth and a continuing increase in interest expressed by scientists outside Europe, it has maintained an informal atmosphere promoting lively discussions between junior and senior scientist and between colleagues from (former) Eastern and Western European countries. Many existing and now EU-funded networks have their roots in the ESMR and maintain their relations via the annual meetings.The ESMR is a non-profit organization. The ESMR funds can be used to support the annual meetings and to cover costs associated with the ESMR homepage or membership list. To the extent that the financial resources of the ESMR allow, the Society can also support traveling costs, especially to younger members of the Society to attend the EMC. Distribution of profits cannot take place. The purpose of the ESMR is to promote and disseminate knowledge in the muscle and cell motility research fields in Europe. This purpose is forwarded by initiating annual international scientific meetings, the European Muscle Conferences (EMC), in different European countries. These meetings shall serve as a platform for the free exchange of knowledge between scientists active in research on skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle and in cell motility. The meetings shall stimulate interdisciplinary research collaborations within and outside Europe. The meetings shall encourage young scientists to become involved in this research and offering them the possibilities to present and to discuss their work in an informal environment.The Society consists of ordinary members. By attending the annual EMC meeting the delegate becomes a member for one year. The fee to the ESMR is included in the congress fee. The annual fee is determined by the general assembly. Members of the ESMR, i.e. delegates to the EMC meetings, have voting rights at the general assembly and will receive email invitations to EMC meetings for the following three years. Members shall notify the steering group if they would like to withdraw from the invitation list or change their address information.

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