The primary responsibility of the SLAS Europe Council is to use first-hand knowledge of the similarities and differences between our related but distinct scientific communities to successfully implement the SLAS Five-Year Business Plan for Europe. The groundwork for this plan was put into place in late 2012 when SLAS commissioned a comprehensive study of current and potential SLAS members throughout Europe. The results were encouraging, revealing that regular members regard SLAS very highly and are eager to become more involved on a regional basis.
Our SLAS Europe Council comprises seven representatives from throughout the continent who were elected by members of the SLAS Europe region. These seven members have been appointed for one- to three-year terms of service.