The EAA Council meeting will be held in Moscow during
the EAA Congress, on the 26th August, 2014.
Dear EAA Members,
the organizers of the "International Course on Health
and Immigration" (Ferrara, Italy, September 22-24,
2014) offer the opportunity to attend the course free of
charge to the EAA members, students and young researchers.
Registration should be made in July by contacting Fabiola Arena
For more information, please download the Announcement
or contact Emanuela Gualdi (email@example.com).
Emanuela Gualdi, Dep. Biomedical and Surg. Spec. Sciences,
University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy
Dear Members of EAA,
The Council elections of the EAA will start in the
beginning of June, the Honorary members and the
good standing members are asked to vote online. The announcement
for online voting will be sent soon to members individually. Once
the voting has opened every member will get an email to confirm
the email registration so that they can start voting. If you have
any questions (who are considered good standing members, the detailed
process of voting, etc.), please contact Annamaria Zsakai, the
EAA secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org).
On behalf of Iinternational Association for the Study of Human
Growth and Clinical Auxology and University Medical Centre Maribor,
we are pleased to invite you to attend the XIIIth Meeting on human
growth and development, integrating clinical work, research and
teaching in multidisciplinary perspective titled "Child
health, growth and chronic disease" (http://www.isga2014.eu/).
Lawrence M. Schell and Martin Bigec
The website of the 19th Congress of EAA (Moscow, Russia,
25-29 August 2014) is already OPEN
The registration and abstract submission starts February 1st.
For more information: email@example.com
Elena Godina, Organizing Committee
Professor Jose Pons died on 29 July 2013, aged 95 years.
He held chairs in Physical Anthropology at Oviedo, Madrid
and Barcelona universities and contributed decisively to
the development of the subject in Spain, as a scientist,
as a teacher and as the shaper of new generations of
obituary can be read in Annals of Human Biology.)
Cristina Bernis, Universidad Auto´noma de Madrid (e-mail: