TRAMIL Workshops

The main objectives of the seminars have been the summary of the investigations scheduled and carried out from the previous seminar, as well as the revision of the recommendations according to the results of these new investigations, and to new bibliographical data (more than 3,660 references in total). This data was provided by participants and by computerized databases: ACCT, Biosis, CNRS, Fundaçao Brasileira of Medicinal Plants-ITAUTEC, Max Planck Institute, Medline and mainly NAPRALERT.

I.

Haiti, Port-au-Prince, November, 1984

 
Co-organised with Fac. de Médecine
26 participants from 2 territoiries
79 studied plants
  • 29 for research purposes (INV)
  • 43 with a recommended use (REC)
  • 7 considered toxic (TOX)
102 bibliographic references
II.

Dominican Republic, La Yuca, November, 1986

 
Co-organised with UASD
30 participants from territoiries
79 studied plants
  • 39 for research purposes (INV)
  • 31 with a recommended use (REC)
  • 12 considered toxic (TOX)
343 bibliographic references
III.

Cuba, Havana, November, 1988

 
Co-organised with MINSAP
39 participants from territoiries
88 studied plants
  • 49 for research purposes (INV)
  • 41 with a recommended use (REC)
  • 14 considered toxic (TOX)
485 bibliographic references
IV.

Honduras, Tela, November, 1989

 
Co-organised with UNAH
29 participants from territoiries
159 studied plants
  • 67 for research purposes (INV)
  • 60 with a recommended use (REC)
  • 15 considered toxic (TOX)
728 bibliographic references
V.

Guatemala, Lívingston, November, 1990

 
Co-organised with CONAPLAMED
27 participants from 19 territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
VI.

Guadeloupe, Circonvallation, November, 1992

 
Co-organised with UAG & APLAMEDAROM
35 participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
VII.

Colombia, San Andrés, February, 1995

 
Co-organised with U. de Antioquia
28 participants from 16 territoiries
197 studied plants
  • 163 for research purposes (INV)
  • 115 with a recommended use (REC)
  • 7 considered toxic (TOX)
2664 bibliographic references
VIII.

Grenada, Observatory, December, 1995

 
Co-organised with
26 participants from 21 territoiries
101 studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
2937 bibliographic references
IX.

French Guiana, Cayenne, November, 1998

 
Co-organised with IRD
participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
X.

Panama, Bernardino Arriba, March, 2001

 
Co-organised with CIFLORPAN
31 participants from 14 territoiries
20 studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
3742 bibliographic references
XI.

Mexico, Mérida, March, 2003

 
Co-organised with CICY/SEMARNAT
participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
XII.

Martinique, Les Flamboyants, March, 2006

 
Co-organised with ARVARNAM
participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
XIII.

Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Augustine, February, 2008

 
Co-organised with UWI & UTT
participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
XIV.

Colombia, Cartagena, February, 2012

 
Co-organised with UDC
participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
XV.

Jamaica, Kingston, February, 2018

 
Co-organised with UWI / INTERREG-OSAIN
35 participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references
XVI (planned).

Saint Martin, Saint Martin, November, 2022

 
Co-organised with INTERREG-OSAIN
30 participants from territoiries
studied plants
  • for research purposes (INV)
  • with a recommended use (REC)
  • considered toxic (TOX)
bibliographic references