Become a member!
Are you a scientist, medical or industry professional with affinity for radiobiology or other related fields? Are you affiliated with a Dutch or international research institute, knowledge or medical center? You may want to become a member of the Netherlands Society for Radiobiology (NVRB)!
Membership types and prices
We have three standard membership types (see table below). Please contact us for different membership arrangements (e.g. for entire research groups or departments).
The minimum membership period is a calendar year (01 January – 31 December).
IMPORTANT: per decision of the NVRB board, confirmed by the NVRB members at the last General Member Meeting, individual membership price will be increased to 50€ / year starting in January 2021. This decision was taken after careful deliberation and mostly reflects the increasing costs (last membership fee increase was over two decades ago) and the ambition of the Board to organize high-quality meetings that include renown (inter)national speakers.
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By becoming a NVRB member, you will join a large network of professionals active in the fields of radiation biology, oncology, radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, DNA repair and others. Each year, you will be invited to participate in two NVRB meetings (plus additional thematic meetings), free of charge. If you are a (PhD) student, each of these meetings will offer you a chance to win a 500€ Klaas Breur travel grant.
How to register?
- Select your preferred membership type
- Fill in the form on the right. You can also send an email to email@example.com, mentioning the membership type. When opting for a group membership, please include the names of the PI and all group members.
- Transfer the appropriate amount to NVRB bank account (NL 87 INGB 0003 7415 87). Please mention ‘NVRB membership fee’ on your bank transfer.
Most of the Academic Hospitals, Universities and Research Institutes have made agreements concerning the membership in professional and trade unions. The contribution fee can then be paid from the gross salary, which is favorable for tax purposes. Please inquire about this possibility with the financial administration of your Institution.