welcomes institutions and organizations, who have joined us as Institutional Members, and the scientific societies who have affiliated with our peer-reviewed journals. The library, researchers, authors, faculty and students associated with the following institutions and societies can avail a host of benefits including:
- Discounts on Open Access charges.
- Discount on Institutional / Academic subscriptions for Bentham Science journals.
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The American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry (ASAP)
Affiliated Journal: Adolescent Psychiatry
The American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of mental health disorders of adolescents and young adults and to the provision of optimal health care of patients. To achieve these goals, ASAP provides continuing medical education (CME) program for physicians, primarily psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals. CME programs must meet the standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, improve the ability of psychiatrists and other physicians to recognize, diagnose and manage psychiatric conditions in adolescents and young adults, and disseminate new scientific knowledge and innovative clinical techniques and programs.
Associazione Medici Endocrinologi
Affiliated Journal: Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders - Drug Targets
The AME Associazione Medici Endocrinologi stems from the need to aggregate those who work daily in the Clinical Endocrinology sector in our country and promotes initiatives aimed at a constant growth of the same having as main objectives the improvement of assistance and the defense of Endocrinology as a discipline.
International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics
Affiliated Journal: Current Drug Metabolism
The International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics (ISSX) is the premier scientific organization for researchers interested in the metabolism and disposition of xenobiotics. ISSX was formed in 1981 when a small group of scientists, brought together during the 1970's under the aegis of the Gordon Research Conferences on Drug Metabolism, created an international society to promote the interaction of scientists dedicated to the study of xenobiotics in living systems.
Latin American Association of Physiological Sciences (ALACF) and Sociedad Chilena de Ciencias Fisiológicas (SCHCF)
Affiliated Journal: Current Vascular Pharmacology
SCHCF is a member of ALACF
In 1920 Dr. Bernardo Houssay created the Society for Biology. In 1950 he began the publication of the Acta Physiologica Latinoamericana and in 1956 created the Latin American Association of Physiological Sciences (ALACF). ALACF functioned as such for many years, bringing together Latin American physiologists in Latin American Congresses. In 2006, the Ibero-American Congress of Physiological Sciences and the XXII ALACF Congress were held in Buenos Aires. In this framework, the ALACF Assemblies was held. The Minutes that we were able to recover from the ALACF meeting that took place in that Congress are in the full text in Mattiazzi (2020).
Emirates Medical Association (EMA)
Affiliated Journal: New Emirates Medical Journal
In 1981, Emirates Medical Association (EMA) was established as a non-profit organization composed of health practitioners that are members of the EMA as defined by its bylaws. EMA is responsible for supervising and conducting scientific training, events and conferences as well as collaborating with health organizations. EMA launched its work through its competent supervisory, executive and specialist boards and committees. EMA is a scientific organization which has legal personality, and it’s Headquarter in Dubai.
Spanish Society of Pharmacology (SEF)
The Spanish Society of Pharmacology (SEF) was founded in 1972 to bring together all Spanish pharmacologists, in order to facilitate organizing scientific meetings (an annual meeting at the national level) with the aim of promoting scientific and social exchange among Spanish pharmacologists as well as joint meetings with other Pharmacology Societies within the framework of the International Pharmacology Association and the European Pharmacology Association (IUPHAR and EPHAR). The Society represents researchers in national and international organizations, helps networking at scientific and technical meetings, awards scholarships and prizes to stimulate pharmacological research in Spain. In addition, it manages the operation of different working committees reviewing specific issues in pharmacology and allied research.
Ukrainian Society of Specialists for Immunology, Allergology and Immunorehabilitation
Affiliated Journal: Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders - Drug Targets
Ukrainian Society of Specialists for Immunology, Allergology and Immunorehabilitation (UTIAI) is an association of clinicians, scientists and health professionals, which was founded to improve the health of people suffering from allergies and immune disorders. The history of the Society dates back to 1987, which heralded the new era of clinical immunology as a new medical specialty in Ukraine. At present, UTIAI is a member of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI), American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies (FOCIS) and other renowned international organizations. Enrolling almost 600 professionals from all regions of Ukraine, the Society is the main source of expertise for all aspects of allergies and diseases of the immune system. The Society’s members are engaged in developing and updating standards and guidelines for the care of patients with allergies and immune system disorders.
Cyprus Biological Society
Affiliated Journal: Current Medicinal Chemistry
CBS is the Cyprus Biological Society and its history goes back a long way, a history of forty (40) years. It was set up in 1978 which makes it one of the oldest science societies in Cyprus. Over the years CBS has been run by more than 20 Governing Bodies. CBS represents all Biologists in Cyprus. CBS represents Cyprus Biologists in scientific networks abroad.
Distinguished and prominent members of the social, scientific and financial life of Cyprus have served CBS.
These people served the country from top state positions, as Ministers, Members of Parliament, Commissioners, Members of the Education Services Committee, Department Directors of various Ministries, Directors of Research Organization, Institute Directors, Presidents of Community Councils, Directors of Environment Centers for Education and Research and other important positions.
For better and more efficient work in the various fields of biological applications, the Biological Society of Cyprus (CBS) has decided to establish and activate the following Working Groups – CBS Committees:
(a) Health Committee
(b) Environment Committee
(c) Committee for Tertiary Education and Research
(d) Committee for Secondary Education and Olympiads
CBS’s mission and vision are to support and promote the science of Biology in Cyprus.
Specifically, it aims at the following:
- Support of research, teaching and learning in all aspects of
- The science of Biology in Cyprus, like
- Creation and support of professional contacts and information exchanges, including the organisation of scientific meetings, workshops and seminars, between biologists in Cyprus as well as biologists outside Cyprus
- Provision for assistance and support as well as rewards for Cypriot scientists, lecturers and students in Cyprus and Cypriot biologists abroad
- Broadening the interaction and networking between scientific events in Cyprus in all aspects of biology and their application in health, medicine, environment and industry
- Participation of CBS in economic and social aspects relating to biological sciences.
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The world of scholarly publishing is quickly moving towards an Open Access publishing model, where all the publications are freely available, for readers and researchers, around the world. Bentham Science is keen to facilitate institutions, researchers and authors, to publish their articles as Open Access, through transformative agreements, and has introduced the ‘Read and Publish’ program with this goal in mind.
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The Dynamics of the Program:
The following defines how the institution and the associated authors shall find the Read and Publish Transformative Agreement economically viable for both, publishing and getting access to the published content.
Benefits for Institutions, Authors and Readers:
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Access to Published Content – Authors, researchers and others, associated with the partnering institution, can get access to all or selected published content, as agreed.
Discounted Open Access – Authors can publish Open Access articles in Bentham science journals at a discount or free-of-charge, as mutually decided.
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Discounts on Journal Subscriptions for University / Library / Organization / Society:
Discounts will be offered on the Institutional Subscription, for any Bentham Science journal. The subscription is offered for a time period of one year and can be renewed every year depending on the interest. Through the subscription the researchers, faculty and students from the institution will be able to get access to the Full-text articles, published in Bentham journals.
Discount on Open Access Article Publishing for Researchers:
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Prioritized Peer-review and Publishing for Researchers:
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Researchers from various scientific societies and institutions, from around the world, publish their research in Bentham Science journals. You may find your institution/ society in the list below and view the articles published, by their researchers, by clicking on each.
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