14 National Societies have chosen to affiliate to the EACR and give their members EACR membership at no extra cost to each member.
Over 6000 cancer researchers are members of the EACR via their National Society membership in Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Turkey and the U.K.
Why do National Societies affiliate to the EACR?
Affiliated National Societies find it helpful to offer EACR membership as part of their own benefits package. This includes all the full benefits of EACR membership.
They can also use our communications channels to reach a wider audience than their own members, and we can develop partnerships for running focussed scientific meetings and courses together.
It's possible to apply for meeting sponsorship for the affiliated National Society's meeting.
Presidents of affiliated National Societies have an ex-officio seat on the EACR Advisory Council which meets biennially.
How can a National Society affiliate to the EACR?
Both established societies and societies in the process of being created can affiliate. The EACR will actively support members seeking to form a new National Society.
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