Becoming an AGOS Member

The American Gynecological & Obstetrical Society admits new members through an application process requiring nomination by Mentors/Sponsors of each candidate. Candidates should be leaders in academic obstetrics and gynecology with national prominence, good character, high ethical standing and recognized ability as a teacher and clinician. Evidence of research and scholarly activity is important and includes at least 20 significant publications in peer-reviewed journals.

For an application and additional information, please use the links below:

  1. How to become an AGOS fellow (Link)
  2. Guidelines - Criteria for National Prominence (Link)
  3. Guidelines/Responsibilities for Mentors/Sponsors of fellowship candidates (Link)
  4. Application Instructions (Link)
  5. AGOS Fellowship Application (Link)

The application period to become an AGOS fellow will open in March 2013 and all applications due by July 1, 2013.