alexa hellenic society for biochemistry molecular biology

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hellenic society for biochemistry molecular biology

The Hellenic Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (HSBMB) was founded in 1971.  The Hellenic Society for Biochemistry and Biophysics (HSBB) and was the initiative of 23 scientists working in the field of biochemistry or biophysics.  The Hellenic Society of Biochemistry established in Thessaloniki in 1959 and subsequently incorporated in the HSBB in 1983. In 1999 the HSBB was renamed in the Hellenic Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (HSBMB) to include the growing field of molecular biology. The HSBMB currently consists of more than 500 regular and associate members who work in Greece and abroad.  The HSBMB is also open to young scientists undertaking postgraduate studies in the aforementioned fields that can register as associate members. The Hellenic Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (HSBMB) aims to promote research in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Biophysics and Clinical Chemistry by forging tight links between researchers in these fields. The Society organises local and international scientific conferences, seminars and workshops and issues various publications. The general public on every aspect of modern biochemical research and its applications or its socioeconomic impact. The Society is governed by an Administrative Board, which is elected every two years by active members and which is organised alternately between Athens and other university towns. HSBMB actively participates since the last 20 years in the organisation of the Balkan Biochemical and Biophysical Days. Balkan Biochemical and Biophysical Days (BBBD)", which were conducted in the Balkans from 1977 to 2001 and thus helped the expansion of many collaborations and, as well as the exchange of scientists. There are currently about 400 full members of the society and about 400 associate members (2005). HSBMB accepts non-residents scientists as full or associate members. HSBMB appoints the title of Honorary Member to distinguished foreign researchers.

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