BioEd background

Current Officers

On 1 January 2012, the new officers of IUBS CBE began a three-year term (2012-2014). The current officers of the IUBS CBE are:

Immediate past president: Professor John R. Jungck, USA;

President: Professor Lorna Holtman, South Africa;

Vice President: Shirley Lim, Singapore;

Secretary/Treasurer: Liu Enshan, China.

Ex officio members: John Buckeridge, Australia,

Immediate Past President IUBS; Past President IUBS Montmori Hoshi, Japan;

Past President IUBS CBE Professor Michael Atchia, Mauritius;

Past President IUBS CBE: Professor Andre Giordan, Switzerland; Nathalie Fompriox, Executive Director IUBS.

Members Executive Committee: (1) Anat Jarden, Israel; (2) Chang-Hung Chou, Taiwan; (3) Daniel Raichvarg, France; (4) Maria Rui de Vilar Correia, Portugal; (5) Nina Vorobjeva, Russia; (6) Franz Radits, Austria; (7) Klara Lokos Toth, Hungary; (8) Atef Bouaziz Azzoura, Tunisia; (9) Sonia Teppa, Venezuela; (10) Peter Lockhart, New Zealand; (11) David Adams, United Kingdom; (12) Lily Rodriguez, Peru; (13) Natalia Zamora, Costa Rica.

Conferences, Symposia and Workshops

Since the General Assembly meeting in Capetown, South Africa in 2009, the CBE of the IUBS has hosted:

(1) 21-22 May 2010 Beyond Bio2010 Symposium;

(2) 8-14 March 2011 Univ Western Cape;

(3) 23 July - 6 Aug 2011 NIE, Singapore

(4) November 2011 BIOMAT;

(5) 21 May - 1 June 2012 NIE, Singapore;

(6) July 2012, BioEd 2012. 

Articles published on that topic

Fass, Marion, Julie Seiter, Ethel Stanley, and Margaret Waterman (2011): Global Health is Local Health: Looking at the Big Picture. Biology International. Vol. 49. 9-16.

Zamora, Natalia and Alejandro Calvo (2011): Cyberhives: Virtual Communities of Learning on Biodiversity. Biology International. Vol. 50. 5-16.

Penny, David (2010): 20 Points on the Structure and Testability of Darwin’s Theory. Biology International. Vol. 47. 11-35.

Fass, Marion, Julie Seiter, Ethel Stanley, and Margaret Waterman (2011): Global Health is Local Health: Looking at the Big Picture. Biology International. Vol. 49. 9-16.