Society of Amyloidosis (ISA) has a long informal tradition since 1967. The Society has been founded officially in 2002.
|Constitution & Rules|
|Membership and fees|
|ISA Board of Directors:|
Participants of the first International Symposium on Amyloidosis in 1967
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Art 1. The Society shall be constituted and named the International Society of Amyloidosis (ISA).
Art 2. The registered office of the Society shall be at Rochester, MN, USA.
Art 3. The aims of the Society are to promote research, education, clinical studies (including diagnosis and treatment), conferences and symposia on all aspects of amyloidosis worldwide.
Art 4. The Society is a non-profit society.
Art 5. The Society will consist of ordinary and emeritus members as defined by the Membership Committee.
Art 6. Any person who is or has been engaged in research, teaching, or practice in connection with amyloid(osis) or with any allied science is eligible for election as an ordinary member.
Art 7. Any person who is under training (Ph.D. students, M.D. clinical or research) may apply for limited membership for up to four (4 )years. Limited members shall pay reduced membership and meeting registration fees. Training status shall be confirmed by the supervisor or mentor in the academic of hospital setting.
Art 8. Active members, on retiring from full-time status, may be granted emeritus membership.
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Membership of the ISA is $ 230.00 or $ 190.00 which includes the annual dues ($ 90.00) and the Journal subscription ($ 140.00 for both paper and on-line journal; $90.00 for e-journal only). Investigators under age 35 may join for the reduced rate of $ 90.00 (e-Journal $ 70.00, dues $ 20.00). All payments must be in U.S. Dollars.