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Developing Country (DC) Economies by Classification
Some IBS regions are classified as Developing Countries (DC) as defined by The World Bank economies with lower income. To see which counties fall into this category, view the listing of Developing Counties or download the complete listing as defined by The World Bank.
The Channel Network
The Channel Network, established in 2005, is comprise of the English, French, Belgian and Dutch Regions of the IBS. The goal of the Channel Network is to promote collaboration between the IBS regions in the network. As a way of achieving this goal the Channel Network organizes a multi-region conference every two years.
The (Sub-Sahara African Network) SUSAN, is a network of national biometric groups of the Sub-Saharan Africa countries who are members of the International Biometric Society. The network promotes the advancement of life sciences through development, application and dissemination of effective mathematical and statistical methods to its members and collaborating partners. This includes applications in agriculture, medical and health research, infectious diseases, environment and ecology, climate, and other applied sciences such as the areas of statistical genetics and bioinformatics.
The 2017 IBS SUSAN, titled “Biostatistics in the Era of Big Data”, will be hosted by the Malawi Region of IBS at the Umodzi Park in Lilongwe, Malawi on 22-25 August 2017. Registration is expected to open January 2017. View the brochure below or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Past SUSAN2013 Brochure
The Central European Network
Established in 2008, the Central European Network’s main purpose is the scientific exchange of information and the strengthening of biometry in Central Europe and around the Alps. The initial members of the Network include the Austrian Swiss Region, The German Region and the Polish Region. Joint conferences are held in turn in each region every 3 or 4 years. The Network is open to including additional regions from Central Europe.