The Task of Neuroendocrine International Federation

The Neuroendocrine International Federation has a large number of regional and domestic members who have grown to more than two thousand members from all over the world. This International Neuroendocrine Federation has been established since June 2002 and has many tasks to do. This International Neuroendocrine Federation has a fixed agenda of meeting regularly for four years with different chairpersons and holding venues alternately in various countries.

During the four-year meeting there were many things that needed to be conveyed such as the submission of development journals, donation reports that had been obtained, symposiums, and discussing plans and finding solutions to the problems that have occurred lately related to the development of the ever increasing neuroendocrine field .

In a board meeting a committee is formed with the aim of dividing the Federation into smaller groups and having more detailed assignments in accordance with the objectives to be achieved. Each committee certainly has its own duties which they embrace but aim at one that is in line with the establishment of the International Neuroendocrine Federation.

1. Strategic Action Committee (SAC)
The Strategy Action Committee is tasked with providing advice to the executive body with various objectives such as increasing sponsorship, promoting and educating all levels of the world through internet activities as well as media and publications, providing a balance of collaboration with government agencies and industry, and providing various inspiration for the discovery and income of health agencies. The SAC has a membership of John A Russell as chairman from Edinburgh, United Kingdom, and Other J Clarke as vice chairman from Melbourne, Australia.

2. Publications Committee
This committee section of the publication has the task of assisting the International Neuroendocrine Federation in carrying out its main tasks to disseminate platform information through websites on neuroendocrinology, the entire neuroendocrinology community, and neuroendocrinology research such as teaching, education, literature, and various relevant journals.

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