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Members of the society

The Society has the following categories of member: regular members, honorary, probationary, and inactive members.

Regular members of the Society are selected from among distinguished scientists whose research field is focused on the cardiovascular system. Potential members are reviewed by the Society's membership Evaluation Committee and the Committee's suggestions are submitted to the Board, which has the final responsibility for selecting candidates for membership.

Members may be of Greek or other nationality, not only cardiologists, but scientists with a high level of scientific education, focus, and devotion to their research.

Each membership candidate should submit an application to the Evaluation Committee, including a detailed curriculum vitae detailing the applicant's research work, publications, scholarships, and research experience.

Regular members of the Society will be reviewed every three years by the Evaluation Committee, in order to ensure that their research activity is sufficient to justify their continuing membership status. Otherwise, at the discretion of the Board they may be reclassified as inactive members.

Probationary members of the Society are scientists with research interest in the cardiovascular system, who are under thirty years old, and who, while not satisfying the criteria for regular membership, show great promise in their field.

Honorary members are nominated by decision of the Board, as a means of recognising scientists who have an exceptional body of past research work in the cardiovascular field, but who are no longer particularly active.

Those interested in applying for membership should contact the membership secretary at the e-mail address given on the "Contact" page.


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