Our Members communicate and advocate for a healthy start to life through research, education and community outreach to promote the importance of a lifecourse approach to health and well-being. By joining our growing community of over 1,000 Members from more than 60 countries around the world, you will have access to a number of benefits to support your professional growth in the DOHaD field.
Why Become a Member?
Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (JDOHAD) Subscription
Newsletters covering events, hot topics, current research and funding initiatives
Workshop, meetingand conferenceresources
Eligibility for financial support of workshops, meetings and conferences
Opportunity to join their local DOHaD Regional Society
Discounted registration rates at World Congresses for Full Members (Standard, Trainee/ECR, Undergraduate)
Opportunity to join an international scientific network with an interdisciplinary and integrative approach to research
Password-protected Members Area, providing unique educational resources and opportunities for Members
Choose a Membership
There are several types of Memberships available to support individuals at every career stage and from across the globe. Please see below for information about reduced or free Membership fees for individuals who are living and working in low, lower middle, and upper middle income countries. Members are additionally invited to join the DOHaD Regional Society in their geography, if applicable. Learn more about our Regional Societies, here.
For individuals engaging professionally in scientific, clinical or academic contributions to the field of DOHaD
For graduate students, postdoctoral and clinical fellows training in and pursuing research activities in the field of DOHaD
For individuals who do not require the full benefits of Standard Membership, including members of DOHaD Regional Societies and individuals interested in DOHaD-related activities but who are not actively engaged in research.
Not sure which type of membership is best for you?
Reduced or Free Rates for LMIC Residents
To reduce barriers in global collaboration, we offer discounted or free Memberships for residents of low, lower middle, and upper middle income countries (as defined by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD and the World Bank), and for our colleagues in Latin America. These Members receive the full benefits of their Membership tier, as well as additional opportunities to apply for grant funding for travel to attend the DOHaD World Congresses. To be eligible for these discounts, individuals must be living and working in LMICs.