Governance of the European Lipoprotein Club
The European Lipoprotein Club is a non-profit organisation registered in Sweden and run according to the ELC statutes. The governing body is the Organising Committee, currently with 11 members from European countries and led by the chairman Prof. Alexander Bartelt, Germany. The ELC receives full administrative support from the European Atherosclerosis Society (EAS). Each member is elected for a period of 5 years. ELC elections are held during the annual Members’ Assembly of the Annual Scientific Meeting of the ELC.
Members of the European Lipoprotein Club
The annual Members’ Assembly of the European Lipoprotein Club is held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting in Tutzing, Germany in the beginning of September.
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.