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Aims of the ZMG
The Swiss Society for Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics (German abbreviation: ZMG) was founded in 1993 through fusion of the former Swiss Society for Cell Biology and Molecular Biology, and the Swiss Society for Genetics. The ZMG is a member of the Union of Swiss Societies for Experimental Biology, USGEB/USSBE (http://www.usgeb.ch) and of the Swiss Academy of Sciences SCNAT (http://www.scnat.ch)
The main aims of the ZMG are to:
Promote scientific research in the fields of cell biology, molecular biology, developmental biology, and genetics, and to help disseminate new results by:
ZMG comprises active members, honorary members, and collective members (organizations and enterprises).
The administrative organs of ZMG are:
The general assembly takes place once a year during the assembly of USGEB, and consists of an administrative meeting (annual report, finances, reports of committees, elections, various proposals submitted by members) and of the scientific meeting organized together with the other scientific societies of USGEB.
Additional meetings may be organized at the annual reunion of the SCNAT.
The committee is elected for one period of three years and is composed of five members. If needed two additional members may be elected.
Application for membership (APPLICATION) should be supported by two members of ZMG and submitted to the Secretary of ZMG. Provisional membership is effective immediately, and final admission is decided upon by the general assembly.
Annual fee including affiliation to USGEB and international organizations is SFR 50.- for individual members and SFR 150.- for corporate members.