Dues & Payments
Payment type 2017

Regular (Full) membership
Persons with doctoral degrees who have already demonstrated significant clinical or basic research contributions to the area of behavioral, neural, endocrine and/or immune interactions. An electronic subscription to BBI is included with the regular membership.

$230 per year


 

Trainee membership
Pre- and post-doctoral (up to three years post-degree) students, medical students, and resident physicians who are conducting active research in an aspect of psychoneuroimmunology.  An electronic subscription to BBI is included with the trainee membership.

$80 per year

Print BBI subscription
Regular and trainee membership subscriptions include electronic access to Brain Behavior and Immunity. Print copies of the journal require an additional payment at a discount rate available only to PNIRS members.

$85 per year

Electronic BBI subscription (EMERITUS MEMBERS ONLY)
Honorary and Emeritus memberships of the PNIRS do not include electronic access to the BBI. 

$34 per year

Donations
Make a donation to the PNIRS Excellence Fund or the PNIRS Trainee Scholar Program
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Dues and Application Fee payments methods:
Payment by check or money order Payment by credit card 

Checks/Money Orders should be payable to "PNIRS". 
Payment must include the member's or applicant's name
Send the payment to:
PNIRS
C/O Susan Keran Solomon
10724 Wilshire Blvd. #602
Los Angeles, CA 90024 

To submit your payment electronically, simply log into your membership account from any page of this site.
If you have forgotten your login details, click on the lost password link.
 

Payment by wire transfer 
The originating bank name is required if you select this payment option. 
Wire transfer instructions will be sent to the member when they complete their membership application/conference registration. 

Benefits of joining the PNIRS
  • Free Online access to Brain Behavior and Immunity, the official journal of PNIRS;
  • Reduced registration fee for the annual meeting of PNIRS;
  • Publish meetings and jobs to the PNIRS website and access the membership directory;
  • Be part of an interdisciplinary forum of scientists in Psychoneuroimmunology;
  • Help support scientific development in the area of Psychoneuroimmunology;

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