|Special Interest Groups|
ISBER Special Interest Groups (SIGs) encourage discussions and presentations on the chosen area of technical, legal, ethical, or managerial issues relevant to repositories of biological and environmental specimens. ISBER SIGs identify and tackle important, unresolved issues that could benefit from broader discussion through networking and meetings where member presentations and experiences may be shared. The SIGs also provide an avenue for members to share their problems, goals, and more importantly, describe their experiences and solutions. Differences from ISBER Working Groups (WG) are:
CURRENT SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS:
Join an ISBER Special Interest Group
ISBER Members are welcome to request to join any of the above SIGs. Acceptance is contingent on space availability and your request will be submitted to the SIG Chair for review.
Please note that to join a Special Interest Group, you must first become an ISBER Member.
Form an ISBER Special Interest Group
If you are interested in forming a new ISBER Special Interest Group:
Your request will be processed and you will be notified of the final result after a full review. Note that you must be an ISBER Member to form and join an ISBER SIG.