Did you know you can join SingWell as a project member?
We offer three different types of free memberships which provides members access to our resources, invitations to our annual symposium, and opportunities to collaborate on research studies!
If you are interested in becoming a member, fill out the application form in the category that best applies to you.
Our Executive Committee will be reviewing applications on a semi-annual basis. Applications will be adjudicated based on past academic or professional contributions and alignment with the goals of SingWell.
If you have any questions about the SingWell memberships, please send us an email.
A Research Member gains access to research funds that support SingWell mandated projects, networking opportunities with world-class academics in the field, and admission to our annual symposium with cutting-edge research.
This membership is available only to principle investigator researchers formally affiliated with an academic or research institution. Only exceptional candidates will be considered.
The Affiliate & Postdoc membership provides networking opportunities with other like-minded postdoc researchers, practitioners, and community organizations as well as our network of researcher members. You will also be granted admission access to our annual symposium.
For practitioners and organizations who dedicate a large portion of their time or resources to research, there may be opportunities to collaborate on SingWell studies which contribute to the overall goals of the project.
This membership is available to postdocs, healthcare and wellness practitioners, and community organizations whose target demographics align with SingWell’s audiences. We are seeking members who would like the opportunity to participate in and collaborate on SingWell activities.
A Graduate Student membership provides networking opportunities with world-class academics in the field, access to a selection of SingWell’s research resources, and admission to our annual symposium.
We are currently not accepting applications from undergraduate students. Only Master’s and Ph.D. students may apply.