ANZBMS Membership


Any individual who has a major and continuing interest in the field of bone and mineral metabolism is eligible for membership. The Society currently has 480 members, and new members are always welcome.

Annual Membership Fees

 Full members $273.00
 Overseas members $246.00
 Student members $92.00
 Overseas Student members $85.00
 3 years for Retired members $66.00
 3 years for Overseas Retired members $61.00

Memberships run for 12 months.
The above amounts include a 10% GST where applicable.
A motion was put up at the 2017 AGM to increase subscription fees over the next 5 years by no more than 10% per year. The changes are in line with the fees of other societies, and the motion was accepted by members.

How to Join

You can submit your membership application using our online membership application form.

Once submitted your application will be processed and then approved.

ANZBMS shares its membership list with IFMRS.

Advantages of Membership

  • Benefits of being a financial member of ANZBMS

    • Being a member of the community of clinical and experimental scientists and physicians actively involved in the study of bone and mineral metabolism in Australia and New Zealand
    • Reduced rates for journal Osteoporosis International
    • Access to ANZBMS Grants and Awards: Gap fellowships, national and international travel awards (including the Christine and T. Jack Martin research travel grant), young investigator awards (including the Roger Melick and the Christine, Margie Nordin awards and Amgen-ANZBMS Outstanding Abstract Award), and awards for clinical and research excellence (including the Sol Posen, Kaye Ibbertson, MSD-ANZBMS Clinical Research Excellence Award and Professor Phil Sambrook awards)
    • Access to ANZBMS Resources on line
    • Regular newsletters featuring items of interest to ANZBMS members (including job opportunities, scholarships, and grant opportunities)
    • Opportunity to serve on committees of the ANZBMS (Council, finance, professional affairs, research, and therapeutics committees, and the Programme organising committee and local organising committee for the ASM)