The BDIAP holds data on its Members on the basis that someone can’t be a Member unless we have some information about them (e.g. an address to send the Histopathology journal, an email address to inform Members about forthcoming meetings etc. – i.e. a contractural necessity basis). We don’t disclose any data to third parties, we don’t process data in any ways other than to fulfil basic Membership functions (e.g. find out when subscription payments are due). The details about our data protection policy can be accessed below.
You can read our data protection policy by clicking here.
If you would like to request that we delete your data then please complete and submit this form.
If you would like to request the details of what data we hold for you on our records the please complete and submit this form.