An active membership to this growing and influential research community is extremely beneficial to anyone associated with or interested in arterial research. As a member of North American Artery, you can view our member database, participate in our forum, as well as a host of other benefits. Here are seven specific reasons why you should join North American Artery Society today.
1. On-line subscription to Artery Research.
ARTERY, the Association for Research into Arterial Structure and Physiology, is a European society with similar goals and objectives to NAA; Artery Research is its peer-reviewed journal featuring articles, case studies, meeting abstracts and other relevant publications on arterial structure and function. The on-line subscription comes with NAA membership. Without a membership the purchase price of the journal on-line is $31.50 per article.
2. Reduced registration fees.
Members enjoy reduced registration fees for the NAA Annual Meetings.
3. Be an active participant.
NAA is active in developing a multidisciplinary approach to research in and applications of arterial structure and function. We recognize the value of many voices, opinions, and disciplines, and invite you to get involved.
4. Join the Forum.
Membership in NAA makes you part of the conversation on artery research and applications. You can contribute to and learn from presentations in workshops, seminars, on-line videos, and other avenues of sharing information.
5. Make key connections.
Participation in NAA provides a focal point for developing working relationships with others active in the field.
6. Lead the pack.
NAA will be leading the development of consensus positions on a number of related issues, and participating in the design of upcoming studies in the field of artery research.
7. Become a decision maker.
NAA is an organized voice in the development of clinical applications of arterial research, including setting validation standards and application guidelines. As a member, you can be part of our voice to both the pharmaceutical as well as the device manufacturing industries.