La plateforme regroupe des scientifiques de 18 sociétés suisses et 5 comités nationaux dans le domaine de la biologie. Elle favorise le transfert des connaissances, met en réseau les différents départements et constitue une plus-value pour la société et la politique à travers son expertise et son dialogue.en plus

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Comités nationaux de la Plateforme Biologie

Huit comités nationaux maintiennent le contact avec des unions scientifiques internationales dans le domaine de la biologie qui sont membres du International Science Council. Les comités nationaux se retrouvent avec les sociétés membres et la présidence à la réunion annuelle de la plateforme. Leurs personnes de contact sont indiquées ici.

The International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, in collaboration with pharmacology societies from around the world aims to support pharmacology research, education and their application to improve global health.

The Swiss Society of Pharmacology and Toxicology is member of the IUPHAR, represendet by Prof. Andrea Huwiler.

The International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology promotes research and education throughout the world, and especially in countries where the subject is still in its early development.

Life Sciences Switzerland (LS2) is the national contact point, represented by Prof. Daniel Legler.

While the International Union of Biological Sciences promotes excellence in all topics of Biological Sciences, it aims to understand and find solutions to scientific questions and challenges, such as the effects of climate change, by facilitating collaboration across all disciplines and promoting inputs from science in policy discussions.

National Committee IUBS
c/o Dr. Claudia Rutte
Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT), Biology Platform
House of Academies, Laupenstrasse 7, 3001 Bern

The International Union of Food Science and Technology promotes the advancement of global food science and technology, fosters the worldwide exchange of scientific knowledge and ideas and aims to strengthen food science and technology’s role in helping secure the world’s food supply and eliminate world hunger.

National Committee IUFoST
c/o Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexander Mathys
ETH Zürich - Department of Health Science & Technology
Schmelzbergstrasse 9, 8092 Zürich

The International Union of Microbiological Societies aims to promote the study of microbiological sciences internationally, initiate, facilitate and coordinate research and other scientific activities which involve international cooperation, promote the publication of international study and research, promote the organization of international conferences, symposia and meetings and assist in the publication of their reports, and to maintain contact with other international organizations.

The Swiss Society for Microbiology is the national contact point, represented by David Johnson.

The International Union of Nutritional Sciences promotes the nutritional sciences, supports the exchange of research results and forms task forces to tackle current challenges.

National Committee IUNS
c/o Dr. Isabelle Herter-Aeberli
ETH Zurich - Department of Health Science & Technology
Schmelzbergstrasse 7, 8092 Zürich

The International Union of Physiological Sciences' vision for physiology is to be an excellent and well renowned scientific discipline which is an indispensable constituent of modern medicine and public health, attracting the best scientists worldwide.

Life Sciences Switzerland (LS2) is the national contact point, represented by Prof. Christine Peinelt.

The International Union for Pure and Applied Biophysics promotes research and teaching in biophysics worldwide.

National Committee IUPAB
c/o Prof. Aleksandra Radenovic
EPF Lausanne
BM 2140, Station 17, 1015 Lausanne