ABOUT THE SOCIETIES

American Pediatric Society

The American Pediatric Society (APS) was founded in 1888 and has over 1,700 members.

The APS seeks to advance the study of infants, children and adolescents and their diseases, to prevent illness and promote health in childhood, to promote pediatric education and research, and to honor those who, by their contributions to pediatrics, have aided in its advancement.

For further information and to become a member visit: https://www.aps-spr.org/home.asp

European Society for Paediatric Research

The European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR) was founded in 1958 and is one of the oldest European Societies. Since then the ESPR has evolved into the current dynamic and vibrant grouping of researchers into childhood and its associated conditions, with a successful premier Journal and evolving wider responsibilities, aiming at promoting paediatric research in Europe and encouraging collaboration between different specialised fields of paediatrics to maintain paediatrics as a unified, scientifically orientated discipline.

The Society now numbers about 500 members, mostly clinicians caring for children, oriented towards research aimed at improving the health of all children. We encourage young scientists to use our society as a means of developing their network of contacts in their field and we would encourage all paediatric researchers to come to our meetings and to join our society.

For further information and to become a member visit: http://www.espr.info/

Society for Pediatric Research

The Society for Pediatric Research (SPR) was founded in 1929 and has over 3,600 members.

The SPR's primary mission is to encourage pediatric investigation by providing a forum for the interchange of ideas and to advance the causes of pediatric medicine and the health and well-being of children.

For further information and to become a member visit: https://www.aps-spr.org/home.asp

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