The Japanese Society of Hematology was established in 1937. The Society takes pride in being the second most established hematological society on the planet, alongside the French Society of Hematology. The Society was endorsed as a fused relationship in 1990 by the Ministry of Education of Japan, with an official English dialect diary; International Journal of Hematology. When it was established the president of the Society was Koichi Akashi (Professor, Kyushu University) and present Society president is Kinuko Mitani (Professor, Dokkyo Medical University). The general public has about 4000 individuals.
The Japanese Society of Hematology embraced and executed in 2010 the COI Policy and the Bylaws which have been created in participation with 14 social orders identified with inner drug (The Japanese Society of Internal, The Japanese Society of Gastroenterology, The Japanese Society of Hepatology, The Japanese Circulation Society, The Japan Endocrine Society, The Japan Diabetes Society, The Japanese Society of Nephrology, The Japan Respiratory Society, Japan Society Of Neurology The Japan Society of Allergology, The Japan College of Rheumatology, The Japan Association of Infectious Diseases, The Japan Geriatrics Society and The Japanese Society of Hematology).Read More»