The objectives of ISMAR are to advance and disseminate knowledge of the principles, recent developments and applications of magnetic resonance in physics, chemistry biology, medicine and other disciplines; to foster scientific interaction among magnetic resonance spectroscopists throughout the world; and to engage in any lawful activities which further these ends.
ISMAR is governed by an elected Council that includes its Executive Committee. It follows the ISMAR Constitution in its proceedings. The Council consists of 20 to 40 members who represent the different subfields of magnetic resonance, while also providing a balanced international, geographic, and gender distribution.
The ISMAR Executive Committee conducts the day-to-day affairs of ISMAR and consists of the President, the immediate Past-President, the Vice-President, the Secretary-General, and the Treasurer.
If your own work involves magnetic resonance, and you are not already an ISMAR member, we encourage you to join ISMAR and
Membership in ISMAR connects you to the large magnetic resonance research community and allows you to contribute to the overall vitality of magnetic research.
Membership also entitles you to vote for ISMAR Council and Executive Committee members, nominate your colleagues for Fellowship in ISMAR, and vote on occasional amendments to the ISMAR Constitution.