Become a Member

The purpose of the Australian Society for Biophysics is to encourage the development and dissemination of knowledge in the field of biophysics. Membership in the Australian Society for Biophysics is open to scientists who share the purpose of the Society and who have educational or research experience or interest in biophysics or in an allied scientific field.

Benefits of Becoming a Member

Join our vibrant, inclusive community that share a passion for knowledge sharing, innovation and contributing to the field of biophysics.

We encourage members to make the most of relationships with our affiliated organisations around the world. These include the RACI Phys Chem Division and the Australian Physiological Society, in addition to our overseas affiliates including the Asian Biophysical Association and the Japanese Biophysics Society.

As part of the membership program, you’ll enjoy discounted registrations for all annual meetings and organised ASB events. You’ll become eligible for ASB awards including the Young Biophysicist award and the McAulay-Hope award.

Students will also gain access to exclusive travel bursaries and become eligible for the Young Biophysicist award and the McAulay-Hope award.

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We welcome membership applications are from all individuals with an interest in physics and biology techniques and their application in related sciences.

To apply simply follow these three easy steps:

  • Select your membership.
  • Click the PayPal button and complete your payment or pay by bank transfer.
  • Once you have your receipt number, fill out the rest of the application and click submit.

Membership type

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    Payments to the ASB can instead be made to:
    Bank: Bank Australia
    Account: ASB Inc
    BSB: 313 140
    Acc Number: 12194570
    Please quote invoice number or your full name as a reference on any bank transfers.

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