The Arab Society for Medical Research (http://www.asmr.eg.net/) was established on 8 September 2004, under the aucepses of National Research Centre and The Leagues of Arab States, proceeding from the principle of Arab cooperation in all fields, especially the fields of health, science and technology, and believing in the role of scientific research in the medical sector in the Arab world for the valuable services that provides in diagnosing diseases and finding ways the appropriate technology to treat, eliminate or limit them.
The Arab Society for Medical Research is aiming to foster co-operation and networking of medical research of Arab countries, as well as help to find a mechanism for exchanging knowledge and programs between medical research institutes and centers and scientific colleges in the Arab countries, in order to advance medical research globally and contacting with the Arab Ministries of health.
The Arab society includes more than 1200 members from scientists of different medical fields from National Research Centre, different Institutes and Universities in Egypt or Arab Countries. The Arab Society held different workshops and training programs in different fields of recent medical research, as well as held every two-year International Conference inside or outside Egypt.
The hosting center of the society is the National Research Center at Dokki, Cairo, Egypt. The National Research Centre (NRC) is the largest multidisciplinary R&D Centre in Egypt devoted to basic and applied research within the major fields of interest. It was established as an independent public organization in 1956 "to foster basic and applied scientific research. It is affiliated with the Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research. The NRC must correspond to the country's key production and services sectors through the research conducted in different areas of science and technology, scientific consultation, and training as well.
NRC possesses an impressive scientific and technological infrastructure and manpower resources of about 5000 research staff. It consists of 14 Institute and 108 departments covering the major areas of industry, pharmacy, health, environment, agriculture, basic sciences engineering, and genetics.
Journal of The Arab Society for Medical Research (JASMR), is a Semiannual (June and December), Peer-Reviewed, open access, international journal, published under the auspices of the Arab Society for Medical Research, at the National Research Centre of Egypt. JASMR is aiming for development the medical research globally in the Arab countries and faster communication between Arab scientists and with the scientists of advanced countries in the field of medical research.
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Journal of The Arab Society for Medical Research (JASMR) is online journal; cover all medical field of research such as: Internal Medicine, Clinical Pathology, Biochemistry, Biological Anthropology, Child Health, Pathology, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dentistry, Pharmacology, Natural products, etc... Paper may be submitted from any discipline of basic, applied, clinical and biological research.