Individual Membership Descriptions
A physician, scientist or industry (community) member who satisfies the requirements of good
character and who has demonstrated an interest in cardiovascular magnetic resonance. All
regular members have the right to hold office and vote providing that dues are paid and current.
Technologist/Allied Health Member
Technologists and allied health professionals with direct experience in the field are welcome as
members having the right to vote and to hold office, providing that dues are paid and current.
Emeritus member status is available to a member in good standing for the previous five years
who is retired from active practice, teaching and research, and is at least 65 years of age.
Applications are reviewed and approved by the Executive Committee. Emeritus members
cannot hold elected office or serve as committee chairs, but do receive member discounts to
meetings, may vote and serve on committees.
The Associate Membership category, with the benefits listed below, is available to any physician or scientist (MD, DO, PhD or equivalent) living and working in countries other than Australia, Canada, the European Union*, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, and the USA.
The Associate Membership includes the following benefits:
• Reduced annual dues.
• Full access to the SCMR.org website.
• Reduced registration rate for SCMR meetings.
The Associate Membership does not include the following:
• Eligibility for elected positions.
• Eligibility to vote.
• Waiver of article processing charge (APC) to publish in JCMR.
(Note: One author must be a full SCMR member to qualify for APC waiver).
*These countries within the EU qualify for Associate Membership: Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Latvia, Poland and Romania.
To access online courses, a non-SCMR member must first register as a guest.
Physicians in training, doctoral candidates and post-doctoral fellows who are receiving training,
experience or competence in cardiovascular magnetic resonance. Trainee members are eligible
for up to 4 years and must provide a letter of verification of active training from their institution
yearly. Trainee members may advance to full membership upon completion of training and
application to the Society. Trainee members may vote and serve on committees.
Please send questions to SCMR Headquarters: email@example.com