Why become a member?
The GBM offers a network consisting of about 5000 biochemically and molecular biologically interested scientists, physicians and students in Germany and abroad.
The study groups are the core of the scientific networks. Each member can thus easily link with colleagues in their own subject, inform themselves and attend events.
Members receive the member magazine "BIOspektrum" including online access.
At GBM and VAAM conferences, members receive a discount on conference fees.
The GBM is a member of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS). Members can apply in particular for FEBS Fellowships and other FEBS research support.
The GBM is also a member of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the Association of the Scientific Medical Societies (AWMF).
Research & Education
The GBM represents the interests of its members with regard to the general conditions in research and education vis-à-vis politics and prepares statements on current topics.
The GBM promotes young scientists by awarding scientific prizes, travel grants, networking (Junior-GBM, Young Investigators).
Is it worthwhile for students and young scientists to join a professional society?
How to become a Member ?
To become a member we need a completed membership application form.
You can fill it out online here or fill out the pdf form below and send it to us by mail, fax or email.
Frequently asked questions about membership can be found in the FAQ section.
|Student member *
|Double member **
* Bachelor's/Master's/Diploma students or doctoral students if you will not exceed the age of 32 in the current calendar year; without permanent employment.
If you have exceeded the age of 32 in the current calendar year, we require official proof of your student status (student ID or similar).
** Are your member of DBG, DGZ, GDCh, DECHEMA or VAAM? Then you can apply for a "double membership".
*** on informal request