Section 1: Members
Any person who is, or has been engaged in research, or in the practice of the broad field of transplantation, shall be eligible for election as a member.
Section 2: Honorary Members
Any person of distinction who has contributed to the advancement of transplantation or allied sciences may be made an Honorary Member by the approval of the EXCO Committee. Honorary Members shall enjoy the privileges of the Society, but shall not have the right to vote, and will not be obliged to pay subscriptions.
Section 3: Election of Members
Nomination for membership shall be in writing to the Secretary of the Society and shall be signed by any two members. Each nomination must be accompanied by a curriculum vitae including publications of the nominee. The Committee of the Society shall evaluate the qualifications of the nominees and shall submit to the Society at a General Meeting the names of those persons it recommends for membership. The members, by a concurring vote of the simple majority of those present at a General Meeting, may elect by ballot any nominees thus submitted.
Section 4: Obligations of Members
With membership of the Society goes the responsibility of maintaining a sustained interest in its affairs and objectives.
Section 5: Dues
Each member shall pay an annual subscription in the amount set by the Committee of the Society. This subscription becomes due in the first quarter of each year. Members whose subscription are in arrears may, at the discretion of the Committee, be dropped from the Society.
Section 6: Registration Fee
A registration fee may be designated by the Committee of the Society to defray expenses of any meeting held by the Society.
Section 7: Rights and Privileges of Members
Members may participate in the business and scientific sessions of the Society, may vote at meetings and shall be eligible for election to office in the Society.