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FASEB announces new client: Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Public release date: 12-Mar-2012[ | E-mail var addthis_pub="eurekalert"; var addthis_options = "favorites, delicious, digg, facebook, twitter, google, newsvine, reddit, slashdot, stumbleupon, buzz, more"| Share]Contact: Stefan Bradhamsbradham@faseb.org301-634-7213Federation of American Societies for Experimental BiologyFASEB announces new client: Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Bethesda, MD The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) announced today the signing of its newest client, the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP). The executive leadership has retained FASEB to provide full service association management services to include administrative management and liaison, membership, accounting and financial, as well as meeting management. The President of SVP, Philip J. Currie, PhD, commented, "SVP is pleased to have FASEB's assistance with managing the society, our membership, and SVP's annual meeting. We expect this partnership to provide additional benefits to our members and help our society achieve upcoming initiatives."

As part of its services, FASEB will place an Executive Director responsible for all management and administration and work with FASEB's Office of Scientific Meetings and Conferences (OSMC) to engage and grow its current membership through SVP's annual meeting. Jennifer Pesanelli, FASEB's Deputy Executive Director of Business Development shares Dr. Currie's enthusiasm, "Our client services group is thrilled to be working with SVP. We look forward to helping them enhance their society and supporting their goals."


SVP was founded in 1940 and consists of approximately 2,300 professional members internationally. In terms of mission, The object of the society is to advance the science of vertebrate paleontology and to serve the common interests and facilitate the cooperation of all persons concerned with the history, evolution, comparative anatomy, and taxonomy of vertebrate animals, as well as field occurrence, collection, and study of fossil vertebrates and the stratigraphy of the beds in which they are found. The society is also concerned with the conservation and preservation of fossil sites. More information can be found online at

FASEB has been providing association management services to societies and organizations within the scientific and academic community for more than 60 years. For more information about FASEB's association management service line offerings, visit

FASEB is composed of 26 societies with more than 100,000 members, making it the largest coalition of biomedical research associations in the United States. Celebrating 100 Years of Advancing the Life Sciences in 2012, FASEB is rededicating its efforts to advance health and well-being by promoting progress and education in biological and biomedical sciences through service to our member societies and collaborative advocacy. FASEB's mission to support biological and biomedical sciences includes providing a full range of association management services to nonprofit organizations within our community.

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