European Plant Science Organisation
Prof. Alan Schulman (President)
Prof. Cathie Martin (Vice-President)
Prof. Urlich Schurr (Vice-President)
Dr. Karin Metzlaff (Executive Director)
The original bylaws of EPSO were published in the “Belgisch Staatsblad” on 4 July 2002. Since then, more members joined our organisation and the structure of the organisation was developed. The extraordinary General Meeting, which was not physically convened, decided in writing to completely change the articles of association and replace them with a new text.
The decision was taken unanimously and with effect from 06 December 2007. The amended bylaws were published in the “Belgisch Staatsblad” in December 2007.
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