ISAE East Central Europe region
The East Central Europe region is part of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE). The region includes Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, and Slovenia.
About the ISAE
ISAE provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of advances in applied animal behaviour science and education, and inspires further innovations through an annual international scientific congress and regional meetings. Applied Animal Behaviour Science is the official journal of ISAE.
The study of applied animal behaviour contributes to a greater understanding of the interactions between humans and other animals and helps to create a better balance between animal welfare and the requirements that humans have of other animals.
ISAE members work on a wide variety of animal species and topics: e.g. the management and welfare of livestock; the interactions between humans and companion animals; the impacts of housing on the behaviour and welfare of zoo and laboratory animals.
ISAE provides a pool of independent experts for governments, international bodies, industry and NGOs.
The Society is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SC047974). The charitable purposes of ISAE are the advancement of science, education and animal welfare
What the region does
The ISAE has nearly 700 members from 36 countries, divided over 11 regions. The East Central Europe region includes Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, and Slovenia. The aim of the region is to increase the knowledge of applied ethology within the region and to connect the associated researchers.
Join the ISAE
Benefits of joining
1. It connects researchers and brings your research into a broader network
2. There are exclusive benefits to ISAE members, such as the Help with English scheme, that provides free language editing for manuscripts of members.
3. Discount on the regional and international conferences of the ISAE
4. Discounts and additional publishing options for the journal Applied Animal Behaviour Science
5. Access to the Members area on the ISAE website, with documentation of research outcomes and recordings of past events
To learn more about the ISAE and how to become a member, look on the official website of the ISAE.