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About the European Cytogeneticists Association

The European Cytogeneticists Association (E.C.A.) was founded in 1997 and is registered in France.

The objectives of the Association are:

  • Representation and promotion of fundamental research and applications of cytogenetics
  • Organisation, assessment, and quality control of cytogenetic services in Europe
  • Research, education and training in all fields which are of interest to or concern cytogenetics and cytogeneticists
  • Facilitation of transfer of information and collaboration between laboratories.
  • Representation of professionals in cytogenetics
  • Study of questions and defence of interests concerning cytogeneticists or cytogenetics in general

Visit the E.C.A website to find out more.

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