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COST Actions are governed by the Management Committee.  Each COST country can nominate up to 2 representatives and up to 2 substitutes.   If your country or institution is not yet fully represented (only one member to date), please introduce yourself to the Action Chair (Nelly Pitteloud) or Vice Chair (Richard Quinton) and express your interest to participate.

       

Countries that can join are those in the European Union and other countries outlined HERE; near neighbour countries (Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Lebanon, Lybia, Moldova, Morocco, The Palestinian Authority, Russian Federation, Syria, Tunisia, Ukraine) and countries with reciprocal agreements (Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and South Africa).

      

You will also need to do one of the following:

  • If your country is not represented in the Management committee, you need to contact the COST National Coordinator for your country and inquire about the Action.  The participation of your country will need to be approved by our Management Committee before you can officially participate.

  • If your country is already part of the Action, but there is still availability for a Management Committee member or Management Committee substitute, you need to contact your COST National Coordinator and inquire about the national procedure to be nominated.

Management committee members take part in the policy decisions regarding the Action and are reimbursed by the Action when participating in its activities.  A substitute member may participate and be reimbursed only when one of the members is unable to attend a Management Committee meeting.

If your country is fully represented on the Management Committee, you can still join the Action as a participant to share your expertise and interest in GNRH deficiency research and treatment, and benefit from the research advances of the members of our network.  All researchers and clinicians interested in GnRH deficiency are welcome to apply to join our Action.

If you have any questions about joining our COST GnRH Network please contact Andrew Dwyer.