Who can become a member of the European Wildlife Disease Association?
Anyone interested in the study of the diseases of wildlife in Europe
How do you become a member of the European Wildlife Disease Association?
To join the EWDA, it is necessary to first become a WDA member. Any WDA member with an address in Europe then automatically becomes a member of the EWDA. You can also elect to become an EWDA member without living in Europe by selecting the EWDA section when renewing/signing up for the WDA membership.
Why become a member?
If you are involved or want to get involved in research and/or surveillance of wildlife diseases, becoming a member of the WDA will give you access to plenty of actual information on your topic and facilitate contacts with other professionals.
Among other advantages, you will have:
free online access to the Journal of Wildlife Diseases and, for a fee, delivery of a paper copy of the Journal;
regular updates on dates and programmes, and access to abstracts of EWDA meetings;
facilitated access to contact information of wildlife health professionals worldwide;
reduced registration fees at EWDA and WDA meetings;
access to EWDA and WDA small grants and EWDA conference attendance fund
receiving the EWDA Newsletter by email twice a year, with the opportunity to contribute with Newsletter articles
access to the EWDA Network (upon request)
additional for students: access to student scholarship and awards; automatic membership in the EWDA Student Chapter
For further enquiries, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org