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Renew Membership

You can manage your membership through mySociety; the Genetics Society online membership portal.

To renew your membership or update your membership record at any time please visit mySociety or email theteam@genetics.org.uk

Full and Postgraduate members paying by Direct Debit will receive a discount of £5 off their annual fee.

The Genetics Society is now able to accept payment for membership subscriptions by Direct Debit. You can download the Direct Debit mandate online.

Please note - The bank will not accept scanned documents. Forms should be printed and the original signed form should be sent to the address below:

The Genetics Society
Charles Darwin House
12 Roger Street

London, WC1N 2JU

You should use your new membership number, which starts with ‘P,’ as the reference number on the Direct Debit form. If you do not know your unique membership number, please email us and we will be happy to supply you with the information.

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Royal Society of Biology (RSB), our members are now eligible for a discount of 50% for their first two years of individual RSB membership. As the leading professional body for biologists in the United Kingdom, the RSB represents 16,000 individual members, as well as more than 100 Member Organisations working in and around the life sciences.

The benefits of membership

The RSB offers a range of membership grades to match the professional expertise of members - wherever they are in their career, and whatever their interest in the life sciences.

Members receive a free subscription to the award-winning magazine The Biologist, published six times a year, and have access  to a range of electronic bulletins to help keep them up to date with developments in science policy, biology education and the RSB's work at international, national and regional levels, together with invitations to local and national events.

Post nominal letters can demonstrate members' status as professional biologists, well qualified and subject to a rigorous code of conduct, while professional awards, including Chartered Biologist (CBiol), supporting by a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme and significant savings on RSB-run training courses aim to enhance members' recognition, status and employability.

Opportunities to help shape the future of biology - the RSB is frequently consulted on biological issues by government departments, funding bodies, industry and other national and international organisations. Drawing on the breadth of its membership, the RSB reflects the views of the biological profession as a whole.

For futher information, and to ensure that you receive the 50% two-year discount, please contact Sophia McCully.                                                      


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