Associate Members and Partners


Armenia

Individual members:

Narine Movsisyan

Arusyak Harutyunyan


Belgium

Individual members:

Francis Grogna (Tubize)

Cornel Radu-Loghin (Brussels)


BULGARIA

Bulgaria Youth Prevention Foundation

Representative:

Plamen Mihaylo


FRANCE

Individual members:

Representatives: Prof. Bertrand Dautzenberg (Paris)

Joseph Osman (Paris)


Germany

German Medical Action Group Smoking or Health

Representative:

Friedrich Wiebel


GREECE

Individual member

Victoria Vivilaki


HUNGARY

Hungarian Alliance for Tobacco Control

Representatives:

János Mucsi

Tibor Demjén


ITALY

Individual member:

Marco dell’Omo (Perugia)


MALTA

Individual members:

Christine Baluci

Anne Buttigieg

Joseph Grech


MOLDOVA

Centre for Health Policies and Studies (PAS Centre)

Representative:

Ghenadie Turcanu


ROMANIA

Individual members:

Antigona Trofor

Radu Adrian Crisan-Dabija

Munteanu Petru-Emil

Cristian Meghea


RUSSIA

Individual members:

Marine Gambaryan (Moscow)

Olga Speranskaya (Moscow)


SERBIA

Individual member:

Kilibarda Biljana


TURKEY

Turkish Respiratory Society

Representative:

Dr. Sule Akcay, Professor of Chest Diseases


UKRAINE

Individual members:

Otto Stoyka

Konstantin Krasovsky

Tatiana Andreeva


UNITED KINGDOM

Individual member:

Filippos Filippidis


SPECIALISED NETWORK REPRESENTATIVES

European Federation Of Allergy And Airways Diseases Patients’ Associations (EFA)

Representative: Susanna Palkonen

susanna.palkonen@efanet.org


European Respiratory Society (ERS)

Representative:

Brian Ward


European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC)

Representatives:

Antonella Cardone

Charis Girvalaki


ASH US – Action on Smoking & Health

Representatives:

Laurent Huber


Unfairtobacco

Representatives:

Sonja von Eichborn


Women Against Lung Cancer Europe

Representatives:

Stefania Vallone


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