Membership Information

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The International Society for Applied Cardiovascular Biology consists of members engaged in research endeavors in applied cardiovascular biology Apply Today - Click Hereand actively solicits new membership applications from those individuals supporting the mission of the Society. Membership in ISACB is inclusive – not exclusive – and ISACB members represent the diversity of interests that make ISACB such a vital organization.

Members may apply for General Membership status that includes Senior, Junior and Laboratory Specialist categories, or institutions (Businesses, Universities, Practice Groups) may apply for Institutional Membership Status in which 4 individuals from a single organization may become ISACB members.

Letter from the Membership Chair

Dear Colleagues,

We really value your participation in the International Society for Applied Cardiovascular Biology (ISACB). That’s why we hope you will join or renew your ISACB membership today.  Here are just a few of the benefits of membership

  • Reduced registration rates for upcoming conferences (see below for more)
  • Exclusive ongoing free access to all ISACB webinars and the eCirculator
  • Opportunities to interact with a vast network of clinicians, bioengineers, and vascular biologists in applied cardiovascular biology from around the world

With membership, you can also take advantage of these important upcoming ISACB and associated conferences:

  • The 2020 ISACB biennial meeting has been postponed until March 12-14, 2021 and will take place in Tokyo, Japan as part of the Cardiovascular and Metabolic Week. This meeting will be jointly held with the Japanese Vascular Biology and Medicine Organization, the Society of Cardiovascular Endocrinology and Metabolism, and the Japanese Division of the International Society of Heart Research.
  • ISACB members can also take advantage of other upcoming conferences with ISACB co-hosted sessions.

There's no better time than now to become an ISACB member or renew your membership. Simply click here and you can renew in a matter of minutes.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the membership chair, Ngan Huang, at

Ngan F. Huang, PhD
ISACB Membership Chair


Benefits of Membership in ISACB

  • ISACB General Members receive all issues of the ISACB Newsletter entitled the eCirculator in their in box immediately upon publication. Archived issues of the eCirculator can be found in our archives section.
  • Reduced registration rates for the Biennial Meetings of ISACB.
  • Access to the network of physician investigators, researchers and industry specialists intimately involved in the work of translating and applying basic research discoveries to the care and management of patients with cardiovascular diseases.
  • Access to ISACB’s online collaboration meeting platform via Adobe Connect

Membership Options

Senior Membership ($150/year)
MD’s, Ph.D’s or MD/Ph.D’s with the academic rank of Assistant Professor or higher, OR industry personnel directing research programs in Applied Cardiovascular Biology.

Junior Membership ($50/year)
Students at all levels enrolled in training programs. This category includes Graduate Students, Residents, Research fellows and Postdoctoral trainees.

Laboratory Specialist ($50/year)
Non-MD’s/Ph.D’s research staff working in laboratories as research technicians or technologists

Institutional Membership
Please contact for additional details.

ISACB welcomes membership payments for multiple years.  To pay your membership for more than one year, please contact   

Applications for membership can be made online by clicking on the Application link above. 

Current Members

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Membership Committee Members

Ngan Huang, PhD (Chair)
Stanford University

Luke Brewster, MD PhD
Emory University

Gary Bowlin, PhD
University of Memphis


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