About

Early Career Members

Fellow BAS Early Career Members:

Welcome to BAS!

  • As a Early Career member of the BAS your are eligible to:
  • Apply for a BAS travel grant to travel to this year’s BAS meeting.
  • Receive discounted registration fees at the BAS Meeting
  • Enter the BAS Early Career Researcher competition and be in with a chance of winning a cash prize!

Eligibility:

If you are a Clinical or Biomedical scientist in training

or a postgraduate student or postdoctoral scientist within 5 years of obtaining your PhD, in which case you can become a Early Career Researcher of the BAS and enter the BAS Early Career Researcher competition, so join us today!

 

For membership forms and rates, click here.

 

If you have any questions regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact us (our details are on the bottom of the page).

 

You can now also find us on Twitter and Facebook, why not go there now and like our page for regular updates in Andrology!

www.facebook.com/andrologysoc

www.twitter.com/andrologysoc

 

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