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Partner Societies


MR societies and non-profit organisations related to  the field of MR are invited to become Partner Societies of ESMRMB.
 
Being a Partner Society, your organisation will benefit from
  • an annual exchange of member lists (including full address details incl. email)
  • reciprocal advertisement of each other's events (on each other's websites, electronic mailings, postal mailings etc.)
  • information about all ESMRMB activities
  • reciprocal complimentary exhibition space and/or other promotion opportunities at scientific meetings
 
Joining the ESMRMB as a Partner Society is free of charge.
 
All Partner Societies of ESMRMB assign a representative to serve on the External Relations Committee of the Society, chaired by the ESMRMB Secretary. The Committee meets once a year, preferably at the annual scientific meeting of ESMRMB to discuss options of closer co-operation and to provide a forum for exchange.
 
As a Partner Society of ESMRMB, your individual members will have the possibility to become Associate Members of ESMRMB. At the moment there are two different options of Associate Membership. For more details please click here.
 
If you are a representative of an organisation dedicated to the promotion of the development and practical application of magnetic resonance in medicine and biology within Europe and would like to apply to become a Parnter Society for your organisation, please send an e-mail to office@esmrmb.org. We will be pleased to send you further information as well as the application form.
 
 
The following organisations have already joined ESMRMB as Partner Societies:

Belarus

Belgium
  • Scientific Research Community on Advanced NMR Applications in material, chemical and biomedical science
  • Contact Group on Multidisciplinary Magnetic Resonance
Cyprus

Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Italy
Norway
Spain
Turkey

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


European Organisations

 

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