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Becoming a Participant

COST Actions are governed by a Management Committee (MC).
Each COST country can nominate up to 2 representatives on this committee, and up to 2 substitutes.


If when looking at the MC of BM1005 you find out that the country of the institution you are affiliated with is not yet or not fully represented in the MC, please introduce yourself to the Chair/Vice Chair of the Action and express your interest to participate.

You will also need to do one of the following:

  • If your country is not represented at all in the MC, you need to contact the COST National Coordinator (CNC) for your country and inquire about joining the MC of the Action. After 1/12/2011, the participation of your country will also need to be approved by our MC before you can officially participate.
  • If your country is already part of the Action, but there are still available slots for MC Members or MC Substitutes, you need to contact your CNC and inquire about the national procedure to be nominated as MC Member/Substitute.

MC membership enables you to take part in the policy decisions (scientific and other) made regarding the Action as well as to be reimbursed by the Action when participating to its activities (a Substitute may participate and be reimbursed only in case one of the Members is unable to attend).

Even if your country is already fully represented on the MC, you can still join the Action as a participant to share your expertise and interest in NO, CO and H2S, and benefit from the research advances and expertise of the members of our network. You could join a Working Group and interact with your colleagues, participate in the scientific meetings, workshops, Training Schools and Short-Term Scientific Missions of the Action. All researchers interested in gasotransmitter research are welcome to join BM1005; please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill in the on-line form.



POLICY STATEMENT: Biomedicine and Molecular Biosciences Action BM1005 is funded by COST, through its implementing agent the European Science Foundation.