About APS

The Aims of APS

Privacy Policy

Federal legislation now requires companies and societies who deal with personal information after the end of 2002 to adopt a privacy policy to protect such information being used for purposes other than intended by the owner of the information.
Society memberships, conferences and meetings, do by their nature, demand the collection of personal and sensitive information and hence the new privacy legislation directly impacts on the operations of the Australasian Proteomics Society (APS) and their members.

APS's privacy policy defines their collection of personal information as a function conducted in their member’s interest and essential for the successful conduct of the member’s normal activities. The essential elements of APS’s policy are:

Please ensure that you indicate on your new membership application or subscription renewal form that you have clearly read this document and agree with this policy and the use of your personal information by the Australasian Proteomics Society (APS).