ISID joint members***
*Reduced fees include residents of the following countries: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Iran, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Ukraine.
**A letter from your head of department or copy of your student ID should be emailed to the ESDR office.
***Members of ISID affiliated societies residing outside Europe are eligible for Joint membership, this includes members of ASDR, JSID, KSID, TSID resident in these areas.
ESDR membership is open to individuals who are engaged in basic or clinical research related to skin science. Membership is valid for 12 months, from the day of your payment and includes:
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1. CREDIT CARDS
Members should pay their membership dues online via Credit Card (Visa or Mastercard). Please use the Member Login on this site to make your payment.
If you encounter difficulty making your payment online and wish to pay by credit card, please contact the ESDR office by email [ email@example.com ]
Bank Name: UBS SA
Bank Address: PO Box 2600, 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland
Account Name: ESDR Euro Courant
Account Number: 0240-403952-71V
SWIFT CODE: UBSWCHZH80A
IBAN: CH74 0024 0240 4039 5271 V
Please clearly indicate the name of the ESDR member in your bank transfer. Members should pay the transaction charge when not a SEPA payment to ensure ESDR receives full amount.
3. BANK CHEQUES
Bank cheques are not accepted.
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Please read our “terms and conditions”.
1. Joining the ESDR
2. Membership requirements
Each membership application must be supported by two existing ESDR members. If you do not know other members, the membership committee of the ESDR will review and support your application if it is eligible.
3. Membership period
In general membership runs from 1 January-31 December.
4. Member opt out
Members accept they will receive from ESDR, during each 12 month period, a maximum of 12 eNewsletters, 12 emails with details of ESDR events / programs / membership and 2 postal mailings. Members can update their preferences on their online profile and select which communication methods they do not wish to be contacted, which type of emails they wish to receive.
5. Code of Conduct
ESDR expects of its members the highest standards of dignity, fairness and integrity. ESDR Members will abide by the code of conduct set out in the Articles of Association.
6. How to apply
7. Right to refuse applications
Once a member submits an application, it is reviewed by the ESDR membership committee. If approved, the applicant receives an automated welcome message as a new member (pending formal approval at the Annual General Meeting of members) with login details into the member area of the ESDR website. Applicants who are not approved will be contacted by ESDR individually: either with a request for further information or informing the applicant of ESDR’s decision to decline the application.
ESDR reserves its right not to fulfil or to cancel a member application at anytime.
If a member is accepted into ESDR membership and subsequently it turns out that any or all of the information they provided was misleading or false: ESDR reserves its right to revoke the membership with immediate effect, without the right of appeal.
8. Membership cancellation
Full paid-up active ESDR members can cancel their membership anytime by contacting ESDR in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members who cancel their membership are removed from membership with effect from 31 December in the year of cancellation and must have paid their membership dues for the current year. Members who cancel may not reactivate their membership until 2 calendar years following their cancellation.