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International Society for the
Study of Vascular Anomalies

Membership

There are 5 Types of Membership

Active Members: These members are physicians and biomedical scientists, with documented activity and publication in the field of vascular anomalies. They have voting rights, and pay annual dues.

Junior Members: These members are physicians and biomedical scientists with an interest in vascular anomalies, who are either still in training or have not yet published work on vascular anomalies. They have no voting rights. They pay annual dues, which may be less than those of active members, as determined by the Board. Junior members may be promoted to Active membership by subsequent board approval when they have met the criteria for such membership.

Associate Members: These members are nurses, other health care professionals and other individuals who are actively involved in the field of vascular anomalies. Non-health-care professionals must demonstrate active leadership in the vascular anomalies community. Associate members have no voting rights. They pay annual dues.

Emeritus Members: These members are former active members who have retired from active practice. They pay no annual dues and have no voting rights.

Honorary Members: This special membership can be conferred by the General Assembly, upon proposal by the Executive Board, to selected medical and non-medical persons of recognized reputation who have made significant contributions to the field of vascular anomalies. They pay no annual dues. They have no voting rights unless they were previously and remain Active members of the Society

NOTE: All "Active," "Junior," and "Associate" membership applications require the sponsorship of 2 Active ISSVA Members - Please email if you have trouble with this requirement.