Become a member
Any natural or legal person with full capacity to act and with interest in the development of the Society’s aims or any person directly or indirectly involved in the health sector and general welfare performing related economic activities, can become a member of the International Society of DAO Deficiency as well as Public or Private Entities, Institutions and Universities interested in the promotion and development of the associative aim.
To become a member, it is necessary to present a written request together with the application form provided by the association, as well as a description of the activity carried out. The application must be approved by the Board of directors according to Article 11 of the Statutes.
There are several types of members:
a) Regular members: Every member of the Society once the application has been approved by the Board of directors.
Within this class, the following categories can be distinguished:
1- Science & Research. Those members, natural or legal persons, specifically related to Science in any scientific, clinical or university context.
2- Society. Those members, natural or legal persons associated and appointed among the patients associations, representative groups of patients with common aims.
3- Industry&Innovation. Those members, natural or legal persons, specifically related to the Industry in the framework of development and/or production of diagnostic, sanitary, pharmacological or food products.
Only members in this last category will be required to pay the annual fees established by the General Assembly.
The inclusion in each category is determined by the Board of directors of the association on the basis of the background and information provided by the applicant.
b) Honorary members: those members that given their prestige and significant contribution to the distinction and development of the International Society of DAO Deficiency or the sector, are awarded this distinction. In order to be classified within this category, the Board of directors of the Association will inform the General Assembly who will accept it or not.