IACH members receive the following benefits:

  • Enjoy a discount to all IACH educational activities and meetings (e.g. Annual Meeting, COMy, etc.)

  • Eligible to receive IACH grants, awards and research funds

  • Receive access to an international network of health care professionals and experts in clinical hematology

  • Eligible to participate in all IACH activities (e.g. surveys, webinars, etc.)

  • Receive regular updates about IACH activities and developments in the field of Hematology

  • Receive access to an exclusive IACH Career Center

  • Enjoy publishing at reduced cost in the IACH peer-reviewed open access journal “Clinical Hematology International”

  • Receive international professional recognition with a Certificate of Membership

To register as an IACH member please complete the IACH membership form. At present, no membership fee is charged in order to encourage and promote the dynamic of the IACH across the globe, especially taking into account members who reside in lower- and middle-income countries (LMICs):

The INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY FOR CLINICAL HEMATOLOGY is registered in England (Number: 14200227) under the Companies Act 2006. The IACH is a non-profit initiative.




27 Applications for membership
No person shall become a member of the company unless:
27.1 that person has completed an application for membership in a form approved by the directors, and
27.2 the directors have approved the application.

28 Termination of membership
28.1 A member may withdraw from membership of the company by giving seven days’ notice to the company in writing.
28.2 Membership is not transferable unless agreed unanimously by the members.
28.3 A person’s membership terminates when that person dies or ceases to exist.


Organisation of general meetings
29 Attendance and speaking at general meetings
29.1 A person is able to exercise the right to speak at a general meeting when that person is in a position to communicate to all those attending the meeting, during the meeting, any information or opinions which that person has on the business of the meeting.
29.2 A person is able to exercise the right to vote at a general meeting when:
29.2.1 that person is able to vote, during the meeting, on resolutions put to the vote at the meeting, and
29.2.2 that person’s vote can be taken into account in determining whether or not such resolutions are passed at the same time as the votes of all the other persons attending the meeting.
29.3 The directors may make whatever arrangements they consider appropriate to enable those attending a general meeting to exercise their rights to speak or vote at it.
29.4 In determining attendance at a general meeting, it is immaterial whether any two or more members attending it are in the same place as each other.
29.5 Two or more persons who are not in the same place as each other attend a general meeting if their circumstances are such that if they have (or were to have) rights to speak and vote at that meeting, they are (or would be) able to exercise them.