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Developments 2003
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Significant Developments in the History of IAMSE - 1999

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The United States Postal Service grants IAMSE a permit for nonprofit rates on Third Class Bulk Mail within the United States. 

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Georgetown University School of Medicine hosts IAMSE's 1999 Fourth Biennial International Conference on educational strategies. Representatives from 122 medical institutions of 26 countries, plus the Association of American Medical Colleges and the U.S. National Board of Medical Examiners participate. 

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Seven of eventually fifteen Manuscript Reviewers are selected to join the Editorial Board of the Basic Science Educator. 

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Dr. J. Charles Eldridge (Wake Forest University School of Medicine) is appointed as Managing Editor of the Basic Science Educator. 

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Dr. Koment resigns his faculty post at the University of South Dakota School of Medicine to establish the IAMSE Administrative Office just outside of Washington, DC. His career is now devoted to the promotion and realization of the mission of this organization. 

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IAMSE accepts the invitation from Mayo Clinic to Host and Joint-Sponsor the Fifth Biennial International Conference on July 21-24, 2001. 

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The IAMSE website is completely revised and prepared for launching to the world at the start of Y2000. 

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Membership in IAMSE increases to be represented by 41 countries. 

 

 


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