Marine Biological Association has founded in in 1884 at Plymouth. It had a rich history and has seen many highly significant scientific discoveries at its Citadel Hill laboratory. Marine Biological Association scientists deliver an internationally-renowned programme of scientific research. Resident workers and visitors can enjoy the high-quality facilities and services. It also plays a leading role in promoting marine biology through its many and varied activities ranging from public outreach to provision of advanced research training. Marine Biological Association was granted a Royal Charter from Her Majesty the Queen in 2013, in recognition of the MBA’s long and eminent history and its status within the field of marine biology. Marine Biological Association is governed by its members through a distinguished Council of leading scientists and public figures including permanent representatives from the universities of Cambridge and Oxford, the Royal Society, the Physiological Society, the Zoological Society, the British Science Association, the Department for the Environment, Food, Rural Affairs and the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers. The President is supported by the Honorary Treasurer who is elected annually from amongst the Association’s members, and a number of Vice-Presidents. The Council also appoints a Secretary, who is neither a member of Council or a trustee, and combines with this office the employed office of Director. Three committees oversee the Association’s day-to-day activities.
The following is the list of scholars from Marine Biological Association who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences