The International Peptide Society is The Official Peptide Academic Partner of A4M

About the Society

The International Peptide Society (IPS) was founded to advance the research and practice of the clinical use of Peptides. At IPS we share the commitment to sound scientific principles and evidence-based medicine, we encourage research and development in these fields to complement therapeutic strategies.

IPS was designed and is currently managed by like-minded physicians. Our board of directors comprises of the best in healthcare and some of the most qualified physicians from across the globe. Our goal is to provide the most up to date knowledge and information, to implement the use of these advanced therapeutics in clinical practice.

We stand on a foundation where science and evidence are paramount. To further advance this, we collaborate through sharing clinical data as well as funding clinical research. Our mission is to promote Peptide education and improve the groundbreaking technologies safely and ethically, in order to better patients’ outcomes and lives.


Become A Member

Those who are members of the International Peptide Society are part of an exclusive like-minded community. Member-only access includes multiple benefits:

  • The most relevant and up to date full journal articles, not just abstracts. This includes current Peptides in clinical use as well as future Peptides in development.
  • Access to learning opportunities including conference weekends, webinars, and the annual IPS Congress.
  • After completing the A4M certification program you will become eligible for our full fellowship certification program.
  • Exclusive backend access to the website for the doctor only forum, where doctors can share clinical outcomes, de-identified data pages, and protocols with each other.

Get Involved

Already a member? Thanks for joining, it’s doctors like you that help us advance the science and practice of medicine. When you get involved, you’re granted access to attend our conferences and webinar opportunities, where you can share clinical data and possibly funding.

To become a speaker or contributor, click here to register and upload PowerPoint slides. If you have an opportunity to speak at your local CME or local conference, contact us, and we may be able to assist in supplying content.