What are the benefits of being a member?
- Involvement in a vibrant and international research community
- Knowledge that you are supporting low- and middle-income researchers around the world
- Voting rights during the business meeting
- Eligibility for election to the Coordinating Committee (Board) of KBS
- Reduced fees for the Annual Symposium (saving a considerable difference each year)
- Notification and invitation to Thematic KBS Meetings
- Access to the KBS archived papers since 1990
What is your membership fee used for ?
- Travel support for researchers from LMIC low-income countries to attend the Annual Symposium
- Funding of Ole-Jorgen Skog Award
- Development and discretionary funding for Annual Meetings
- Banking and webhosting costs
From personal resources: € 35 per year
From institutional resources: € 80 per year
Note: Where membership fees are able to be funded by your institution, the institutional fees shall be chosen.
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