MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

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 Become a bts Member

Being a member of the British Toxicology Society brings with it a number of benefits including:

Continuing Professional Development Opportunities

Such as:
BTS Continuing Education Programme.
Attendance to a full webinar programme organised in conjunction with the ACT.

Travel grants and bursaries

Gordon Gibson travel grant to attend the Gordon Research Conference
Gay Hawksworth travel award to attend EUROTOX
Student and Early Career Bursaries to attend the Annual Congress

To view more about our awards and prizes or to apply please please click here.

Reduced Registration rates at our Annual Congress

All bts members receive significantly discounted member rates at our Annual Congress.

Networking opportunities

Opportunities to network with Toxicology professionals  from all fields of Toxicology.

Prizes and Awards

The bts like to recognise its’ members efforts and contributions to the field of Toxicology and has many awards and prizes such as:

Barnes Prize
Paton Prize
Early Career Award
Poster Prize
Norman Aldridge Award
Summer Vacation awards

For more information please go to our Awards and Prizes page.

Discounts on books from the Royal Society of Chemistry

All members receive 20% off all books from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Once you a member you will be able to view all details and discount codes on the Members Discounts Page.

Reduced Membership for the Royal Society of Biology

50% reduction on membership fees for the Royal Society of Biology for 2 years as a member of the BTS.

Once you are a member you will be able to view all details and discount codes on the Members Discounts Page.

Employment opportunities

Our website provides early opportunity to view new jobs.
Please view our Vacancies Page.

Member Only areas of the Website

There are many areas and pages of the bts website that is only view-able by logging in as a bts Member.

Such information as BTS Ambassadors contact information, AGM details, Membership news and the discount codes to toxicology books.