The main criteria for individual membership are:
- Working in a qualified institution in the field of cancer research
- Having obtained adequate qualifications documented by a signed and dated CV in English, when applicable documented GCP training
- Active members can be considered when working within the EORTC legal geographical area
- Affiliate membership is applied to individuals working outside the EORTC legal geographical area.
Membership status is presented to the EORTC Board, which meets once per year, in a report issued by the membership secretariat.
Main eligibility for institutions:
- Being non commercial
- Having adequate infrastructure or access to infrastructure, to perform high-tech clinical research
- Adequate track record of participation in international research, both academic and industry driven.
EORTC members can express their main fields of interest that can be adapted at any time in order to have access to the research of interest.
Participation to research can be as principal investigator in a clinical trial, or in translational research programs.
Though membership to EORTC is individual, it requires engagement of the hospital, department, unit to support by its infrastructure the research conducted.
When taking a leading position in the conduct of a clinical trial, principal investigator, research leader, an Active membership to the organization is compulsory.
For more information about membership, consult the EORTC Membership policy or contact the EORTC Network Relationship Office.