The Microcirculatory Society, Inc. was the first scientific society founded to promote research and teaching in the field of microcirculation. Although many members come from United States and Canada. Other societies have subsequently been formed to represent specific global regions, including the European Society for Microcirculation, the Asian Union for Microcirculation and the Australia & New Zealand Microcirculation Society, as well as individual countries, such as Britain, Japan, Germany, France, Hungary, Israel, Italy, China, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and others. The Microcirculatory Society publishes the scientific journal Microcirculation in conjunction with the British Microcirculation Society.
The mission of the Microcirculatory Society, Inc. is to actively encourage and promote all forms of innovative research and teaching, leading to an increase in understanding of microcirculatory function in health and disease. Society, Inc. was the first scientific society founded to promote research and teaching. Although many members come from all over the world. Other societies have subsequently been formed to represent for Microcirculation.The Asian Union for Microcirculation as well as individual countries, such as Britain, Japan, Switzerland, and others. The Microcirculatory Society publishes the British Microcirculation Society. Our membership includes biophysicists, physiologists, immunologists, biomedical, other scientists and medical professionals with an interest members include heart disease, diabetes, obesity, peripheral ,kidney disease, systemic inflammatory response syndrome.
The following is the list of scholars from Microcirculatory Society who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences