Established Member

Ordinary
  • Can participate in all meetings
  • Must pay registration for meetings
  • Can vote
  • Can serve as officer if elected
  • Can serve in any capacity in Society
  • Will receive newletters, bulletins, and reminders
  • Must pay annual dues
Affiliate
  • Trainees in ophthalmic oncology as well as other medical and non-medical persons with a documented involvement in any field of ophthalmic oncology 
  • Must pay annual dues
  • Can participate in all meetings
  • Must pay registration for meetings
  • Cannot vote
  • Shall be elected by the Executive Council
Honorary
  • Persons distinguished for eminent services to medicine and ocular oncology.
  • Nominated by the Executive Council
  • Requires 2/3 majoridity of ordinary members approval
  • Can attend meetings
  • Must pay registration for meetings
  • Can participate in discussions
  • Cannot vote
  • Do not pay annual dues
Emeritus
  • On retirement, an ordinary member who has attended at least 4 regular meetings can become emeritus
  • Must request emeritus status in writing to the Executive Council
  • Can be nominated to emeritus status by the Executive Council and the nominee should respond in writing
  • Emeritus status is for life
  • Can attend meetings
  • Must pay registration for meetings
  • Cannot vote
  • Cannot serve as officer
  • Do not pay annual dues
Resignation Notice of retirement or resignation must be submitted in writing
Dues
  • January 1st - $150.00
  • March 1st and after - $200.00

Failure of payment after multiple notices will result in removal from the society.

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