Membership administration changes

posted on Thursday, 9th March 2017   |   Not tagged.

Current members of the ACGS should have recently received emails from both Peter Farndon from the BSGM and Andy Stephens at the Royal Society of Biology. If so please follow the instructions and update your details.

If you have not received these emails but believe you are a member, it is either because the email address in our system is not current, or the membership subscription for 2016-17 was not paid.  You should contact Andy Stephens on the details below to update your details and reactivate your membership.

Phone:     020 3793 7851
Email:      membership@bsgm.org.uk

Unfortunately during this transition period the member's only pages of this website will be temporarily unavailable. 

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