Andrew Pollard
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Robert Sauerwein
Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Pieter Neels
International Alliance for Biological Standardization (IABS)
Ivana Knezevic
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Rebecca Sheets
International Alliance for Biological Standardization (IABS), U.S.A.
Claudia Emerson
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Marc Gurwith
PaxVax Inc., San Diego, California, U.S.A.
Anna Durbin
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, U.S.A.
William Ripley Ballou
GlaxoSmithKline, U.S.A.
Martin Broadstock
Medical Research Council, United Kingdom
Helen McShane
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Paul Kaye
University of York, United Kingdom
Kirsty E.K Mehring-Le Doare
Imperial College of London, United Kingdom
Peter J.M. Openshaw
Imperial College of London, United Kingdom
Daniela Ferreira
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
Adrian Wildfire
S.G.S., United Kingdom
Dr. Mike Levine
Joshua Osowicki
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Nele Berthels
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Pieter Neels
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Robert Sauerwein
Michael Parker
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Hugh Davies
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Katherine Littler
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Anna Durbin
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Meta Roestenberg
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Simon Kolstoe
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Kate Emary
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Claudia Emerson
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Dominique Ploin
Cherry Kang
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Robert Frenck
Prof. Peter Openshaw
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Dr. Kristy Le Doare
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Robert Sauerwein
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Lynda Stuart
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The International Alliance for Biological Standardization (IABS) is an independent, non-profit scientific Alliance, governed by Articles 60-79 of the Swiss Civil code and by its Constitution. Its office is located in Geneva (Switzerland). IABS has members in over 50 countries.

Officers

Mission

IABS is devoted to the scientific and medical advancement of biologicals, by facilitating communication among those who develop, produce and regulate biological products for human and animal health.

Publications

Reports and proceedings of IABS conferences and workshops appear in its journal Biologicals, published by Elsevier and /or in the series Developments in Biologicals published by Karger.

Benefits of IABS Membership

As an Individual Member of IABS, you will:

  • Join a community of recognized experts
  • Receive a reduced fee for an electronic subscription to our journal Biologicals
  • Receive a reduced registration fee for IABS conferences and symposia
  • Have an opportunity to share thoughts, ideas and suggestions on IABS meetings, activities and goals via the dedicated member section on our website
  • Have the opportunity to vote in the election of IABS Board members

For more information on how to become a member of IABS, please visit: www.iabs.org