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The Microcirculatory Society, Inc.
The Society’s mission is to actively encourage and promote all forms of innovative research and teaching leading to an increase in understanding of microcirculatory function in health and disease.
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The British Microcirculation Society
The society was founded in July 1963 "to advance the study of circulation of the blood and other tissue fluids especially, though not exclusively, in the small vessels and of matters relating thereto".
For further information please visit the BMS website
Australia & New Zealand Microcirculation Society
Our Society interests cover a wide range of microcirculation research, and includes physiologists, pharmacologists, cell and molecular biologists and clinicians interested in mechanisms that underlie microvessel function in health and disease.
For further information please visit the ANZMS website.