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If you have previously registered as a British Andrology Society member, you can renew your membership here:

 

Full Member British Andrology Society membership is £24 for 1 year.

Basic membership, allowing access to the members’ area and files, as well as society meetings.

 

Young Researcher British Andrology Society membership is £14 for 1 year

Must be a student or 5 years post PhD.  Membership has access to the members’ area and files, as well as society meetings.

 

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British Andrology Society

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Sort code   60-17-12

 

Please ensure your name is included in our reference and then email payment confirmation to: secretary@britishandrology.org.uk

 

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