Valuable Membership Benefits Await You
For more than 130 years, the American Physiological Society (APS) has directly contributed to fundamental breakthroughs in science and medicine. Today APS serves as the preeminent scientific society for physiological research, education and collaboration.
As a member of APS, you receive valuable benefits and resources such as access to job boards, publishing opportunities, professional development and career networking. You become part of a community of researchers, trainees, educators and students in physiology and related disciplines from over 85 countries worldwide.
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Undergraduate; Graduate; Postbac.
Institutional Group Membership
Interested in membership for your entire department, division or lab?
Institutional group membership is available to degree or non-degree granting educational or research facilities that provide undergraduate, predoctoral or postdoctoral trainee programs in physiology. This membership category enables an entire division, department, program, lab, research team or university access to the benefits of APS membership. Each institutional group membership is fully customizable. Learn more and receive your custom quote today.
If you reside in a resource-restricted country as defined by the World Bank, you qualify for a reduced membership dues rate.
1-2 years - no discount
3-4 years - 5% off per year for regular membership
5+ years - 10% off per year for regular membership
Resource-restricted country rates are not eligible for multi-year membership.
The American Physiological Society and Association of Chairs of Departments of Physiology (ACDP) are committed to advancing the discipline of physiology. Dual membership is available to both new and renewing members of either organization. Not only do Department Chairs receive an additional savings on their APS membership, but twice the valuable member benefits. Learn more and become a dual member today.
Membership dues are nonrefundable, nontransferable, nor prorated. APS members can cancel their membership at any time; however, no portion of their membership dues shall be prorated or refunded.
APS membership is nontransferable and belongs to the individual, not the institution or corporation. Individual members may take their membership with them when they change employment. Members are responsible for updating their information with APS. This nontransfer policy also applies to institutional and corporate membership agreements.