Junior Medical Members are Entitled to:
Listing as Junior Member on the IAC website
Elevation to MIAC (medical membership) upon completion of speciality training if mandatory requirements are met
Junior Medical Membership is open to physicians in specialty training in anatomic pathology or other fields encompassing
at least two years of training in cytopathology. There is no age limit.
A medical degree and a completed education in a medical specialty (e.g. pathology, gynecology, internal medicine etc.)
in the country of residence in addition to special expertise in cytology.
Junior Medical Membership can be held for a maximum of 5 years.
You will also need two Members or Fellows of the academy to sponsor your application. If you have problems finding sponsors,
please contact the central office for assistance. Your sponsor may send a brief e-mail to the central office informing us if unable
to sign the form personally.
At the 2013 IAC Executive Meeting it was decided that the first fifty applicants to apply for this new IAC category of Junior Medical Member should be allowed to submit the application form without payment of the application fee . The annual dues (Jan-Dec) of Euro 90 will have to be paid.
How to Apply
You can download the PDF-Application Form here. Please complete accordingly and include:
You can alternatively send us the application via airmail at the following address:
The International Academy of Cytology
Office of the Secretary
Fernando Schmitt, MD, PhD, FIAC
Wilhelmstraße 24a – Hinterhaus
79098 Freiburg im Breisgau
What Happens After Your Application
All applications are submitted to the Membership Committee for approval.
A ballot of new members is then presented to the Executive Council for endorsement 5 – 6 times a year.
Completion of the membership process can take up to 3 (three) months.