ELC Statutes

The European Lipoprotein Club is based on individual membership. Scientists and students residing in Europe or neighbouring countries, who are engaged in activities in line with the objectives stipulated in Article 2 in the statutes of ELC, may apply to attend the scientific meeting to present their work. Every participant at the annual meeting becomes a member of the Club.

ELC’s governing body is the Organising Committee. Membership of the Organising Committee is based on ballot elections held at the annual meeting. Every participant in the scientific meeting, including committee members have one vote at the ballot. The Organising Committee proposes 1 – 4 candidates for election. The committee should strive towards diversity of scientific competence among its members and consideration should also be made on grounds of geographic representation within Europe.

ELC is run according to the ELC statutes, which were approved at the General Assembly of the European Lipoprotein Club’s 39th Scientific Meeting, Tutzing, Germany, September 2016.