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Cover for the Biochemical Society's 2013-14 Annual Report

Call for Nominations Biochemical Society Elections 2015

 

 

In accordance with the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Biochemical Society, nominations from the membership are sought for the following vacancies, which will take effect from 1 January 2016:

 

Ordinary Members of Council

 

Six members of Council are elected directly by the Membership. There will be 4 vacant positions for which nominations are sought.

 

The role description can be found here.

 

Shadow Honorary Meetings Secretary

 

The role description can be found here

 

 

The Nominations Process

 

For further information and to submit a nominations form please email Adam Hughes (adam.hughes@biochemistry.org). All nominations must be accompanied by a photograph and personal details not exceeding 500 words. At least three members of the Society must support the nomination.

 

The closing date for applications is FRIDAY 14th AUGUST.

 

Please note that apart from nominations by Council, candidates must be nominated by individual members and not by Committees (including Theme Panels).

 

Biographical details and an indication of the nominee’s main interests within the Society will appear as part of the AGM agenda and may be included within a future issue of The Biochemist

 


 

Read the Biochemical Society's recent Annual Reports:

 

2013-14 Annual Report and AGM

 

2013-14 Annual Report

 

2013-14 Annual Report and Accounts - Full version

 

Minutes of the 103rd Annual General Meeting of the Biochemical Society

 

 

2012-13 Annual Report and AGM

 

2012-13 Annual Report

 

2012-13 Annual Report and Accounts - Full version

 

Minutes of the 102nd Annual General Meeting of the Biochemical Society

 

Memorandum and Articles of Association



Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Biochemical Society

 

 



Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Biochemical Society