Become a Member

Not for profit, non-governmental funders of health research that use a robust scientific review for selecting projects to fund are eligible for membership in the Health Research Alliance. The Alliance is now accepting applications for membership. Please fill out the form below to apply.

Some of the benefits of HRA membership include:

  • Participation in two Members’ Meetings that cover both cutting-edge science topics and nuts & bolts advice
  • Participation in HRA Working Groups and free educational webinars throughout the year
  • The ability to easily access other HRA members to compare policies and procedures
  • The opportunity to participate in HRA’s public access initiative (HRA Open), which helps member organizations implement procedures to make supported research freely accessible in PubMed Central
  • Inclusion of your organization’s awards in the HRA Reporter database so that they become part of an aggregate analysis of philanthropic biomedical research funding
  • Organizational Information

  • Person we should contact with any questions about this application

  • Type of Organization

  • Additional Information to be Provided

  • Dues

  • Dues are determined by the table below. New members are invoiced for prorated dues at the time of joining the Alliance and then are invoiced annually in the first quarter of the calendar year, with payment due in March.

    If the total of all health-related1 grants paid2 in the most recently-completed fiscal year isAnnual Health Research Alliance dues are
    Up to $ 4.9 M$ 2,500
    $ 5 M - $ 9.9 M$ 3,125
    $10 M - $19.9 M$ 6,250
    $20 M - $39.9 M$10,000
    $40 M - $59.9 M$12,500
    $60 M - $79.9 M$18,750
    $80 M or more$25,000

    1The phrase “all health-related grants” includes all grants made for biomedically relevant research, education and training.

    2The phrase “grants paid” means cash out the door in that fiscal year, regardless of when the grant was awarded.