The Society of Medical Sciences of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg was created September 22, 1861 with "the purpose of looking after all the studies and research that can contribute to the progress of the different branches of the art of healing. But the young company, founded in the enthusiasm of its promoters, risk as a fleeting, live only within one day after numerous cancellations. In July 20, 1862, during the second general meeting, the Society of Medical Sciences is well established and has 55 founding members divided into three sections: doctors, pharmacists and veterinarians.
It has about 1,000 members comprised of physicians, dentists, veterinarians, biologists and pharmacists. It is a major responsibility for continuing education and regularly organizes conferences and meetings, often in collaboration with foreign universities, academic centers, different circles of general practitioners and specialists. It also organizes annual communications sessions open to all hospitals, laboratories and other scientific organizations.Read More»