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J-STAGE, Japan Science and Technology Information Aggregator, Electronic Publisher
J. Wiley Publisher
J.G. Delinassios, Anticancer Research Publisher
Jan . 2011- : New York : Springer Publisher
Jan. 1992- : London : BMJ Pub. Group Publisher
Jan. 2010- : Pavia : PagePress Publications Publisher
Jan. 2010- : Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publisher
Jan. 2011- : Bristol, UK : BioScientifica Publisher
Jan. 2011- : Oxford : Oxford University Press Publisher
Jan. 2013- : London : Sage Publisher
Jan. 2013- : New York : Nature Publishing Group Publisher
Jan. 2016- : West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons Ltd Publisher
Jan./Feb. 2011- : Oxford, UK : Elsevier Publisher
Japan Endocrine Society Publisher The Japan Endocrine Society was founded in June 1925, and is the second oldest society in the field of endocrinology next to The Endocrine Society of the United States founded in 1922. Since its establishment, the Japan Endocrine Society has undergone steady and continued growth, and is currently composed of about 6,500 active members in basic and clinical fields of endocrinology and metabolism. The Society is directed under the leadership of the Board of Directors chaired by Professor Kazuwa Nakao. The Board of Directors is composed of 14 members elected from all the fields including internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, endocrine surgery, urology, neurosurgery and basic sciences. The official journal of the Japan Endocrine Society is the Endocrine Journal. The Endocrine Journal is published in English every other month, collects papers from all over the world, and is growing as an international journal. The largest event of the society is the Annual Congress of the JES held every year, with more than 3000 participants and over 1000 abstracts in all the fields of endocrinology and metabolism. The Japan Endocrine Society also hosts two other nationwide assemblies each year. One of them is the JES Summer Seminar on Endocrinology & Metabolism, which features hot topics on basic research related to endocrinology and metabolism. The other is the JES Clinical Updates on Endocrinology and Metabolism, which summarizes and discusses progress in clinical endocrinology and metabolism each year. The Japan Endocrine Society has its local divisions in 9 portions of Japan; Hokkaido, Tohoku, Kanto-Koshinetsu, Tokai, Hokuriku, Kinki, Chugoku, Shikoku and Kyushu divisions. Each of these divisions holds their local meetings every year. In order to develop specialists and to provide continued medical education in endocrinology and metabolism, the Japan Endocrine Society issues qualifications for Board Certified Endocrinologists. This certificate is issued by nationwide examination, and is renewed every 5 years. There are close to 1,800 Board Certified Endocrinologists in Japan as of the end of 2007. After clearing terms and other requirements, the accreditation council of the Society issues qualification for Certified Endocrine Educator to Board Certified Endocrinologists. In order to become a Board Certified Endocrinologists, one must undergo trainings under the supervision of a Certified Endocrine Educator for more than 3 years. The Japan Endocrine Society is committed to the growth of basic and clinical sciences related to endocrinology and metabolism. The Japan Endocrine Society also welcomes to enhance international exchange with any of the societies worldwide. It is our great pleasure that we will be hosting the coming ICE2010 in Kyoto.
Japan Geriatrics Society Publisher
Japan Hematological Society Publisher
Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry Publisher
Japan Society for Cell Biology Publisher
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science University The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), or Gakushin for short, is an independent administrative institution, established by way of a national law for the purpose of contributing to the advancement of science in all fields of the natural and social sciences and the humanities. JSPS plays a pivotal role in the administration of a wide spectrum of Japan's scientific and academic programs. While working within the broad framework of government policies established to promote scientific advancement, JSPS carries out its programs in a manner flexible to the needs of the participating scientists. JSPS was founded in 1932 as a non-profit foundation through an endowment granted by Emperor Showa. JSPS became a quasi-governmental organization in 1967 under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture (Monbusho), and since 2001 under the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Monbukagakusho). Over this 70-year period, JSPS has worked continuously to develop and implement a far-reaching array of domestic and international scientific programs. On October 1, 2003, JSPS entered a new phase with its conversion to an independent administrative institution, as which it will strive to optimize the effectiveness and efficiency of its management so as to improve the quality of the services it offers to individual researchers, universities, and research institutes. JSPS's operation is supported in large part by annual subsidies from the Japanese Government. Its main functions are: To foster young researchers, To promote international scientific cooperation, To award Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, To support scientific cooperation between the academic community and industry, and To collect and distribute information on scientific research activities.
Japan Society Of Histological Documentation Publisher

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