Join an IASLC Committee

Join an IASLC Committee

Play a primary role in shaping the direction of the IASLC by serving on an IASLC committee. 

The deadline to submit a nomination to serve during the 2019-2021 term has passed. 

SELF-NOMINATION     Nominate a Colleague

Committee Roles

The IASLC seeks highly competent members to serve as volunteers on its organizational committees. Committees accepting nominations are listed below. 

The nomination period for the 2019-2021 cycle has now closed. Nominations received after the deadline will be considered in the event of future vacancies or deferred to the next round of applications.

Committees Accepting Nominations

  • Advanced Radiation Technology (ART) Committee
  • Career Development & Fellowship Committee
  • Communications and Publications Committee
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Membership Committee
  • Mesothelioma Task Force
  • Nurses & Allied Health Professionals Committee
  • Pathology Committee
  • Patient Advocates Committee
  • Prevention, Screening & Early Detection Committee
  • Quality & Value Task Force
  • Tobacco Control & Smoking Cessation Committee



Nominations received outside the designated window may be deferred to the next round of applications. The current committee leadership and the Executive Committee will select applicants based on relevance of expertise and will strive to ensure that all committees have appropriate specialty and regional distribution. If you, or a colleague, would like to contribute to the important work done by our committees, please complete the form below.

SELF-NOMINATION     Nominate a Colleague

All applicants are required to submit:

  • A C.V. 
  • The name and email of an active IASLC member who can sponsor you. 

The deadline is June 20, 2019. Applicants will be notified of committee selection via email by mid-July 2019. The 2-year term begins in September 2019. 

There are a limited number of opportunities available for the 2019-2021 term. Please understand that nominations do not guarantee selection to a committee; it is not possible to appoint every individual who expresses interest.