Categories and Fees

 

Early Career Member – £35

This  category applies to students at all stages, and Postdocs up to five years from the date of the award of their PhD. This new category replaces the former separate Student and Postdoctoral membership categories.

Summary of Benefits

Online subscription to Reproduction

Reduced subscription to combined print/online Reproduction

Reduced subscription to additional reproduction and fertility journals

Travel Grant up to £800

Discounted registration fees and bursaries* to attend Fertility and further Scientific Meetings

Academic Scholarship up to £12,500*

Vacation Scholarship availability for your lab

Networking opportunities with peers

Eligible for prestigious SRF prizes and awards

*subject to meeting additional eligibility requirements

Full Member – £55

Members who are over 5 years from achieving their PhD fall into this category. Early Career Members automatically switch to Full membership once they have moved beyond 5 years of receiving their PhD.

Summary of Benefits

Online subscription to Reproduction

Reduced subscription to combined print/online Reproduction

Reduced subscription to additional reproduction and fertility journals

Travel Grant up to £800

Discounted registration fees and bursaries* to attend Fertility and further Scientific Meetings

Academic Scholarship up to £12,500*

Vacation Scholarship availability for your lab

Networking opportunities with peers

Eligible for prestigious SRF prizes and awards

*subject to meeting additional eligibility requirements

Retired Member – £35

We welcome Members into this category who are no longer salaried by a university or institution

Summary of Benefits

Online subscription to Reproduction

Reduced subscription to combined print/online Reproduction

Reduced subscription to additional reproduction and fertility journals

Travel Grant up to £800

Discounted registration fees and bursaries* to attend Fertility and further Scientific Meetings

Networking opportunities with peers

Statutory and Non-Statutory Membership – An explanation

When applying for SRF Membership, as well as selecting the correct Membership type you will be asked whether you wish to hold Statutory or Non-Statutory Membership. An explanation of these statuses can be found below:

Statutory Members of the Society have the right to take part in elections of Council Members and to attend and vote at General Meetings. They are ineligible to apply for grants from the Society.

Non-Statutory Members of the Society cannot take part in elections of Council members. They can attend, but not vote at General Meetings. They are eligible to apply for grants from the Society.

All members can attend scientific meetings.