Join IMGA or Renew Membership
The process for joining IMGA or renewing membership is DIFFERENT for CREDIT CARD and BANK TRANSFER payment of dues. Please follow the appropriate instructions below.
CARD PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Step 2. Click here and fill out the registration form. After submitting the form you will be linked to the dues payment page to choose a credit card, type of membership, and pay your dues.
Paying by credit card is the fastest way to join or renew. Passwords to the member area of the website are usually issued within 24 hours of registration. (A human is involved so access is not instantaneous.)
BANK TRANSFER PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1. Check the fees schedule at right and find your membership fee. The fees are in EURO. If you're paying in USD the adopted equivalence is 40€ = $55 US.
Step 2. Click here and fill out the registration form. After submitting the form you will be linked to the bank transfer information page.
Step 3. Make the bank transfer through your bank.
Note! Passwords to the member area of the website will be delayed with bank transfers. If you join with a bank transfer and don't receive a member area password within a few days, the webmaster was not told that you paid dues. E-mail your bank transfer confirmation to the webmaster or contact the treasurer for payment confirmation and send it to the webmaster.
As a member of IMGA you receive:
If you join a local chapter of IMGA, a certain amount of the dues can be used by the chapter for local activities in medical geology.
In the future there are plans for additional benefits, such as scholarships and funding for students attending medical geology meetings. We are also discussing alternatives for a medical geology journal.
IMGA Membership Dues
All dues are paid directly to IMGA and are in EURO. For USD the adopted equivalence is 40 EURO=55 USD. To pay in another currency please e-mail the treasurer.
If you are a student, professor, or scientist from a developing country and are pursuing studies (or conducting research) in a developed country, you should pay dues from your place of origin. If you are originally from a developing country but are a permanent resident working in a developed country you should pay dues applicable to that developed country.