If you are Interested in becoming a member, please complete the online application form. Memberships are valid for 1 year from the date of registration. To obtain your receipt after completion of your application, please log in to your account, go to "My Membership" and upload the relevant receipt for printing.
If you are a current member or your membership has been expired and need to renew your membership, then please log-in to your CMBES account and proceed to "My Membership". If you can't remember your log-in information, you can use the "Forgot your password? Get-help" link available at the log-in page.
Membership is open to all persons who are graduates of a university or technical program relating to some aspect of biomedical engineering in its broadest sense.
A student member must carry at least 50% of a normal full time academic program as a registered undergraduate or graduate student in a regular course of study in a discipline related to biomedical engineering. Typical programs would be those in mechanical and electrical engineering, medicine, kinesiology, engineering technology or related arts and science programs. Doctoral fellows who are part students/part working are also eligible for this category of membership.
Student Institutional memberships
Student Institutional Memberships for groups of more than 2 students are available and have the same criteria and benefits as the Corporate Membership. This plan is designed to assist universities and colleges provide membership in the Society for their students.
The CMBES Corporate Membership plan is available to any organization in the public or private sector who wishes to register a group of members. This plan is designed to assist employers in providing membership in the Society for their employees (see Membership Benefits). The organizer of the Corporate Membership account does not need to be a member, but must take responsibility for registering and renewing members of the account. Hospitals, companies and educational institutions that employ biomedical engineering professionals should take advantage of the Corporate or Institutional Membership.
This shall be conferred on members who upon recommendation by the Membership Committee are deemed by the Executive to have rendered outstanding service to medical and biological engineering in one of the fields of organization, practice, development or research. Fellows shall pay the same fees as Members and shall also have the same privileges and responsibilites. Any member can bring potential candidates for Fellowship to the attention of the Membership Committee. Fellows, upon retirement shall be exempt from fees, but will retain their privileges in the Society.
Current annual membership fees:
CMBES members represent the biomedical engineering community, in its broadest sense. Membership provides ongoing interaction with peers and a forum for national initiatives and professional advancement. Benefits include:
Student membership benefits
For further information, contact:
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