Joining AASLD means becoming a part of the premier organization committed to preventing and curing liver disease. Our members are committed hepatologists, researchers, surgeons, scientists, trainees and other health care professionals, who are dedicated to advancing the science of liver disease, making AASLD the leader in education, advocacy, and career development.
Become a Member
What You’ll Need to Become a Member
- Have a current CV
- Create an account
- Once you’re logged in, click “membership application” to start the process
Ready to Become a Member?
After you have submitted an application, please allow for up to two weeks for your membership to be finalized.
A Community of Experts
- Conference Discounts
- Liver Connect Forums
- Mentorship Program
- Research & Career Development Awards
- Career Center
- Practice Guidelines
Annual Dues: $395.00
Persons otherwise qualified for regular membership, but residing in countries outside the United States, Canada, or Mexico. International members have all the rights and privileges of Regular membership, except the right to vote, hold office, and serve as committee chair.
Annual Dues: $395.00
Any scientist or physician or allied health professional as defined by the Governing Board, working in the United States, Canada or Mexico. Regular members have all the rights and privileges of membership, including the right to vote, hold office, and serve on Committees of AASLD.
Annual Dues: $141.75
Allied health professionals (for example nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists) who do not desire to become a Regular, International, or Trainee member, but who otherwise meet the criteria for Regular, International, or Trainee membership. Associate membership carries all the membership privileges, except the right to vote, hold office, and serving as committee chairs (except for any committee comprised of Associate members).
Annual Dues: $25.00
Any physician, scientist, or researcher currently in training, as certified by the director of their training program. The membership would be for the duration of their training. Trainees have all the rights of Regular membership except the right to vote, hold office or serve as a committee chair.
Annual Dues: $25.00
Any medical, nurse or pharmacy student currently in training, as certified by the director of their training program. The membership would be for the duration of their training. Students have all the rights of Trainee membership.
Annual Dues: $735.00
Non-medically trained individuals in the health care industry. A statement of their affiliation within the field will be required with application for membership. Corporate Affiliate membership carries all the membership privileges, except the right to vote, hold office, and committee service.
Annual Dues: Complimentary
Emeritus membership is open to any eligible Regular or International member. Emeritus members have all rights accorded Regular or International members.
An Emeritus Member Must:
- Be 65 years old;
- Have retired from full-time employment; and
- Have a minimum of 10 consecutive years of membership in good standing immediately preceding the request
Members interested in Emeritus membership can download this request form and return via email to email@example.com.
Carla W. Brady, MD, MHS, FAASLD
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Even as a medical student at the University of Virginia in the late 1990s, hepatologist Carla W. Brady, MD, MHS says she always enjoyed studying liver physiology and disease.Read the Interview
The Fellow of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (FAASLD) — the highest honor among AASLD membership categories — recognizes superior professional achievement in clinical or academic practice, and in basic or clinical research.Explore the Fellows Program
The Associate Fellow of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AF-AASLD) – the highest distinction among the Associate member category by AASLD – recognizes distinguished professional achievement of advanced training, education and commitment to liver disease.Explore the Associate Fellows Program
Still Have Questions?
Any questions about AASLD membership should be directed to Member Services. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-299-9766. If you’re a current member, you can pay your dues in your member account.