- The Scandinavian Federation for Laboratory Animal Science-
was founded in 1970. Today the Society
has around 385 members, mainly from the Nordic and the
Baltic countries. Membership is open to everyone working
within the field of laboratory animal science.
- Scientists' Center for Animal Welfare- The
Scientists Center for Animal Welfare (SCAW) is a non-profit
educational association of individuals and institutions
whose mission is to promote the best practices of humane
care, use, and management of animals involved in research,
testing or education in laboratory, agricultural, wildlife
or other settings.
- Societā Culturale Italiana Veterinari per Animali da
Compagnia- La Società,
costituita a Milano il 31 ottobre 1984 dai Soci Fondatori
Maurizio Cornelli, Luciano Costigliolo, Ernesto Fiore,
Gianenrico Odazzi, Claudio Peruccio, Stefano Pizzirani,
Mauro Ricagno, Donella Tristi, Aldo Vezzoni, Edoardo Vitali
e Mario Zunino, "è un'organizzazione non commerciale
che persegue finalità scientifiche e culturali"
(art. 3 dello Statuto Societario). Le attività
ed i programmi della SCIVAC sono coordinati da un Consiglio
di 7 membri.
- Society for Developmental Biology- The
purpose of the Society for Developmental Biology is to
further the study of development in all organisms and
at all levels, to represent and promote communication
among students of development, and to promote the field
of developmental biology.
- Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry-
The Society of Environmental Toxicology
and Chemistry (SETAC) is an independent, nonprofit professional
society that provides a forum for individuals and institutions
engaged in Study of environmental issues, Management and
conservation of natural resources, Environmental education,
and Environmental research and development.
- Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research- was
founded in 1941 as a nonprofit scientific institution
by Mr. Tom Slick, a Texas philanthropist. Although the
trust indenture provided for activities in almost any
field of research, its trustees adopted the policy that
the institution would devote itself exclusively to basic
biomedical research. The Foundation had a small staff
in 1947, and received its first grant from the National
Institutes of Health in 1952. In 1959, it occupied a new
site with buildings supported by private gifts and an
NIH research facilities grant. Numerous facilities have
been added subsequently with the aid of an NIH research
facilities grant in 1966 and many gifts from private donors.
- Society for Theriogenology- The
Society for Theriogenology is dedicated to furthering
advances in the science and practice of animal reproduction.
Our members are veterinarians and veterinary students
with a special interest in the reproduction of all domestic
species. To learn more about Theriogenology and
- Society for General Microbiology- The
SGM provides a common meeting ground for scientists working
in research and in fields with applications in microbiology,
including medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmaceuticals,
numerous industries, agriculture, food, the environment
and education. The majority of members are employees of
universities, research institutes, health services, government
agencies and small to multinational companies.
- Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology-
The Society for Integrative and Comparative
Biology (SICB) is one of the largest and most prestigious
professional associations of its kind. Formed through
a 1902 merger of two societies, the Central Naturalists
and the American Morphological Society, its focus has
remained to integrate the many fields of specialization
which occur in the broad field of biology.
- Italian Association of Equine Practitioners- Visitando
il sito web potete trovare una vasta gamma di informazioni
nonchè la programmazione di corsi, seminari e convegni
che la SIDI organizza con frequenza ogni anno.
- Society for In Vitro Biology- The
Society for In Vitro Biology (SIVB) was founded in 1946
as the Tissue Culture Association to foster exchange of
knowledge of in vitro biology of cells, tissues and organs
from both plant and animals (including humans). The focus
is on biological research, development, and applications
of significance to science and society.
- Sindacato Italiano Veterinari Liberi Professionisti-
Il Sindacato Italiano Veterinari Liberi
Professionisti rappresenta ed ha rappresentato in questi
anni la voce della categoria libera, difendendo gli interessi
di tutti i professionisti, non solo di una parte. Iscrivendoti
al SIVeLP potrai condividere il progetto per uno sviluppo
reale della categoria.
- Society of Marine Mammalogists- The
Society for Marine Mammalogy was founded at San Francisco,
California, U.S.A., on December 15, 1981, and incorporated
as a non-profit entity under United States law on September
21, 1982, at San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Objectives.1.
Evaluate and promote the educational, scientific and managerial
advancement of marine mammal science.2. Gather and
disseminate to members of the Society, the public and
public and private institutions, scientific, technical
and management information through publications and meetings.
3. Provide scientific information, as required,
on matters related to the conservation and management
of marine mammal resources.
- Society of Protozoologists- We
are a large group of researchers from all over the world
who share one thing: protists as our research organisms.
For many of us, this has turned into a passion for the
most lively specks of protoplasm on this planet.
- Society of Toxicology- is a
professional and scholarly organization of scientists
from academic institutions, government, and industry representing
the great variety of professionals who practice toxicology
in the U.S. and abroad.
- Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons- The
Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons exists to provide
advice and information to veterinary surgeons and others
actively involved in the management of veterinary practices.
The Society does not provide clinical advice or services
to members of the public, who are advised to direct their
queries to their own veterinary surgeon.
- Society for the Study of Reproduction- The
Society is an association of scientists and physicians
interested in research in reproduction. Some members are
engaged in basic or applied research, while others perform
clinical practice. All are dedicated to advancing knowledge
of reproductive processes in animals and in humans.
- Society of Toxicologic Pathologists- is
a non-profit association of pathologists and other scientists
whose principal aim is the advancement of pathology as
it pertains to changes elicited by pharmacological, chemical
and environmental agents, and factors that modify these
responses. This mission is accomplished through the Society’s
publications; national and local conferences, meetings
and workshops; and through support of teaching.
initiatives in cooperation with educational
- Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine- was
first founded as the American Society for Tropical Veterinary
Medicine in 1973. At the biennial meeting in 1993 in Guadeloupe
the name of the Society was changed to the Society for
Tropical Veterinary Medicine to reflect its international
character. In May 1995 the first meeting was held in San
Jose, Costa Rica, under the new name.The aim of the STVM
is to promote the international advancement of tropical
veterinary medicine, hygiene and related disciplines.
Individuals with interests in any phase of tropical veterinary
medicine are encouraged to apply for membership. The Society
meets every two years in different locations.
- Statens Veterinärmedicinska Anstalt (Swedish National
Veterinary Institute)- is a Swedish
Government organisation that strives to promote animal
health by preventing, diagnosing and controlling infectious
diseases among animals in Sweden. SVA also works to preserve
human health and our environment.
- Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics- was
founded in 1994 by a group of veterinarians, biome dical
researchers, and academics to promote discussion and debate
about ethical issues arising in and relevant to veterinary
practice. The Society presently has approximately 160
members, including veterinary school deans, officers of
the AVMA and state veterinary medical associations, board-certified
laboratory animal medicine specialists, biomedical scientists,
officers of humane societies, clinical veterinary practitioners,
members of veterinary school and university faculties,
and veterinary-oriented students. The SVME publishes a
newsletter, holds a plenary meeting with lectures and
discussions at the AVMA annual convention, distributes
information regarding recent publications relevant to
veterinary ethics, and actively seeks to increase and
elevate the level of discussion of issues in veterinary
ethics. Although most members of the SVME are veterinarians,
membership is not limited to veterinarians.