o Reduced registration fee for BB associated meetings. The Signal Transduction in BBs (Europe), CVB (International), and BBB Consortium (Oregon) meetings will have a lower registration fee (or subsidized fee) for members than nonmembers, if agreed to by the meeting planners).
o Eligible to apply for travel bursaries to attend BB conferences, if a trainee (postdoctoral researcher or student). Applies to the following meetings: Signal Transduction in BBs (Europe), CVB (International), BBB Consortium (Oregon), and Barriers in the CNS (New Hampshire).
o Eligibility to hold an elected position in the IBBS.
o A vote on matters of the IBBS, including elections for IBBS councilors (steering committee members).
o Opportunity to participate in Society committees.
o Opportunity to shape the direction of research in brain barriers field by organizing workshops, mini-symposia or emphasis panels.
o Timely and Priority access to meeting announcements and meeting programs.
o Access to IBBS website.
o Membership in a collegial society of interactive brain barrier scientists, clinicians and patient advocates.
o Annual meetings formatted to foster discussion and collaborations.