HTRS Membership Levels and Benefits

HTRS is the leading North American professional society dedicated to research, mentoring, workforce development, and continuing medical education for physicians, investigators, and all health care professionals interested in advancing care for people with hemostatic and thrombotic disorders.

 

Core Members

(MDs, DOs, PhDs after accredited training program is complete; Lecturers, Instructors, all levels of Professor)

$150/year, $400/three years

  • Advance invitation and discounted registration to HTRS Scientific Symposia 
  • Full voting rights
  • Eligible to serve as:
    • Officers and/or Directors of the HTRS Board (if elected by plurality vote of the core members)
    • Chairs, Chairs Elect, or members of HTRS committees (as invited/duly appointed by the HTRS President)
  • Eligible to participate in and/or initiate collaborative research protocols
  • Access to members-only section of the HTRS website, including:
    • Archived issues of the HTRS newsletter
    • Membership Directory
    • Access to the journals Haemophilia and Thrombosis Research online
  • Eligible to submit postings for jobs, fellowships, clinical studies for HTRS website with two complimentary e-blasts to HTRS membership
  • Access to the HTRS annual “Thrombosis Workshop and Luncheon” at ASH (attendance is limited)
  • Advance notice of grant opportunities—The HTRS Mentored Research Award Program has awarded over $4.5 million for trainee/early career research since 2007 ; Mid Career Research Awards planned for coming years
  • Junior faculty have access to the HTRS ConECCTOR group, a network of early career investigators in hemostasis and thrombosis across North America who conduct collaborative research meetings and mentoring/networking events at ASH, HTRS Symposia, and THSNA Summits
    • ConECCTOR members have access to a special section of the HTRS website to facilitate communication among members re: research projects, guidelines, grant writing, career advice, and more
    • ConECCTOR members have access to the expertise of established physicians and researchers working in hemostasis and thrombosis
  • Tax deductible membership dues

 

Joint Core HTRS-FWGBD Members

(MDs, DOs, PhDs after accredited training program is complete; Lecturers, Instructors, all levels of Professor desiring a reduced one-year membership fee for HTRS and for the Foundation for Women and Girls with Blood Disorders (FWBGD))

$180/year

  • All HTRS Core Member benefits described above
  • Reduced registration rate for the FWGBD Biennial Conference
  • Eligibility to join one of FWGBD’s Learning Action Networks (LANs)
  • Eligibility to serve as officers and/or Committee members of FWGBD’s LANs
  • Access to the member-only section of the FWGBD websites, including:
    • Archived issues of FWGBD member newsletters
    • FWGBD members-only resource library
  • Eligibility to apply for FWGBD research fellowship awards and programs for early career faculty
  • Access to FWGBDs Ask-the-Experts Video library and online resources

Associate Members

(Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, Medical Technologists/Other Lab Professionals, Social Workers, Physical Therapists, Research Coordinators, Other Healthcare Professionals)

$35/year, $90/three years

  • Advance invitation and discounted registration to HTRS Scientific Symposia
  • Eligible to serve as members of HTRS committees (as invited/duly appointed by the HTRS President)
  • Eligible to participate in collaborative research protocols
  • Access to members-only section of the HTRS website, including:
    • Archived issues of the HTRS newsletter
    • Membership Directory
    • Access to the journals Haemophilia and Thrombosis Research online
  • Eligible to submit postings for jobs, fellowships, clinical studies for HTRS website with two complimentary e-blasts to HTRS membership
  • Tax deductible membership dues

Joint Associate HTRS-FWGBD Members

(Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, Medical Technologists/Other Lab Professionals, Social Workers, Physical Therapists, Research Coordinators, Other Healthcare Professionals desiring a reduced one-year membership fee for HTRS and for the Foundation for Women and Girls with Blood Disorders (FWGBD))

$88/year

  • All HTRS Associate Member benefits described above
  • Reduced registration rate for the FWGBD Biennial Conference
  • Eligibility to serve as officers and/or Committee members of FWGBD’s LANs
  • Access to the member-only section of the FWGBD websites, including:
    • Archived issues of FWGBD member newsletters
    • FWGBD members-only resource library
  • Eligibility to apply for FWGBD research fellowship awards and programs for early career faculty
  • Access to FWGBDs Ask-the-Experts Video library and online resources

 

Trainee Members

(MD, DO or PhD in accredited training program: Residents/Fellows/Post Docs)

Free membership for the duration of residency and accredited training program which is typically 3 years (once 3 year accredited training program is completed, Core Membership is required)

  • Advance invitation and discounted registration to HTRS Scientific Symposia
  • Eligible to serve as members of HTRS committees (as invited and duly appointed by the HTRS President)
  • Eligible to participate in collaborative research protocols
  • Access to members-only sections of the HTRS website, including:
    • Archived issues of the HTRS newsletter
    • Membership Directory
    • Access to the journals Haemophilia and Thrombosis Research online
  • Eligible to submit postings for jobs, fellowships, clinical studies for HTRS website with two complimentary e-blasts to HTRS membership
  • Access to the HTRS annual “Thrombosis Workshop and Luncheon” at ASH (attendance is limited)
  • Access to the HTRS Fellows Network, connecting residents and fellows in hemostasis and thrombosis across North America, including networking events at ASH, HTRS Symposia, and THSNA summits
    • Access to a special section of the HTRS website to share documents and facilitate communication among Fellows Network members
    • Access to the expertise of established physicians and researchers working in hemostasis and thrombosis
    • Advance notice of grant opportunities—The HTRS Mentored Research Award Program has awarded over $4.5 million for trainee/early career research since 2007
    • Advance notice to apply for one-day workshops specially designed for trainees held prior to HTRS Scientific Symposia and other national meetings

Student Members

(Undergraduate or Graduate; Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy, Medical Technology, or Other Healthcare Students)

Free membership

  • Advance invitation and discounted registration to HTRS Scientific Symposia
  • Access to members-only section of the HTRS website, including:
    • Archived issues of the HTRS newsletter
    • Membership Directory
    • Access to the journals Haemophilia and Thrombosis Research online

Emeritus Members

(Any Fully Retired Health Care Professionals who have been HTRS members for a minimum of 5 years)  Membership Applications must be approved.  Please email [email protected] to request consideration for Emeritus Membership.

Free membership

  • Advance invitation and discounted registration to HTRS Scientific Symposia (fees of Associate member level will apply)
  • Full voting rights
  • Eligible to serve as Chairs, Chairs Elect, or members of HTRS committees (as invited/duly appointed by the HTRS President)
  • Access to the HTRS annual “Thrombosis Workshop and Luncheon” at ASH (attendance is limited)
  • Access to members-only section of the HTRS website, including:
    • Archived issues of the HTRS newsletter
    • Membership Directory
    • Access to the journals Haemophilia and Thrombosis Research online

Corporate Colleagues (Corporate/Industry Members)

Corporate Dues and Benefits Information

Please contact HTRS at [email protected] or 414-937-6569 for questions or to sign up for corporate membership.

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