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Associate Membership Levels and Annual Subscription Costs:

  • Full Time Student* £29
  • Individual / Professional £49
  • Educational and not-for-profit organisations £295 (to include up to 30 student/staff members)
  • Central Government/Industry £295 (to include up to 6 members)
  • Premier £1,795 (to include up to 30 members and includes a one-day attendance by a leading key academic opinion leader at an event of your choice*.  (*To be agreed within reasonable timescales and assumes the event is in UK mainland)

*Students – please confirm your course title and name of your University/College/School by emailing admin@fabresearch.org.

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  • Further details to access the FAB Research Audio/Video Library and other resources


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Premier and Organisational memberships may be invoiced for.  Please obtain a purchase order number and telephone us on 01296 706445.

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If you would like to make an additional donation to FAB Research at the time of joining, there is an option to do this at the end of the form below.

All donations support our work to provide accessible, evidence-based information on the importance of nutrition in behaviour, learning and mood, helping to ensure that this information reaches as wide an audience as possible.

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