2015   Attendees   Registration

Register by February 2, 2015 to receive the discounted registration fee.

 

Click here to download the EB 2015 interactive PDF registration form.

Click here for the Registration Resource Center where you can; print a receipt, send an email confirmation, update your contact information, print an invitation letter, invite a colleague, check to see how your badge will look and add a society event.

If you need to cancel your registration or make a change to your name, please contact
Josie Leftwich at leftwich@faseb.org.  

The registration fee includes entrance to scientific sessions, exhibits, and a copy of the Program.
NOTE: 
The Program will NOT be mailed this year. You may pick up your program on-site. The abstracts will be available online with the Itinerary Builder. Paper copies will not be available. Registration fees do not include abstract submission fees or membership dues.

 

 


 
EB Registration Fees
 
On or Before
February 2nd
  After
February 2nd
Sponsoring/ Participating Society Members $390 $520
Nonmembers $575 $695
Retired Society Members $140 $160
*Graduate Student
Members
 $85  $95
*Graduate Student
Nonmembers
 $110
$120
***Postdoctoral Trainee
Member
Non-Member
 
$325
$425
 
$325
$425
1-Day Member $195 $195
1-Day Nonmember $350 $350
**Undergraduate Students
High School Students
and Teachers

Free Registration - Credentials Required

*Graduate Student Registration (including all Society student members):  You must have a department head or research advisor certify your student eligibility.  If registering online, enter the name and email address of your department head. 
If registering at the meeting, bring your ID card or a letter signed by your department head.  "Student" will be indicated on your badge.  Postdoctoral fellows, hospital residents, interns and laboratory technicians do not qualify as students and must pay the full member or nonmember rate. 
*Undergraduate Students and High School Students: Registration will be accepted in advance.  To receive your badge on-site, bring a student ID card or a letter signed by your department head, research advisor or teacher.  
**High School Teacher: You must be a certified High School Teacher currently teaching High School students.  You do not qualify for this category if you are currently teaching at a University or a Hospital.  Credentials or a letter from the school principal will need to be provided on-site to receive your badge. 
***Postdoctoral Trainee: Trainees have obtained their doctoral degree within the last five years and are currently enrolled in a postdoctoral trainee program.

 

Meeting Materials

Badges and programs will not be mailed in advance of the meeting. All registrants will need to bring a copy of their email confirmation to the on-site registration area at the Convention Center and pick up their badge, program and briefcase. Registration kiosks will also be available to print your badge upon your arrival to the meeting.

Cancellation and Refunds     

The receipt and a letter requesting a refund of the registration fee must be received by March 2, 2015. A $50 non-refundable processing fee will be deducted from the refund.
After March 2, 2015 no refunds will be issued.
Mail to:

Experimental Biology 2015 Registration Office
9650 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20814-3998

Registration Fees

Registration fees include admission to all scientific sessions, the Exhibit Hall, Plenary Sessions, Late-breaking Poster session, Closing Plenary Symposium, and much more! Fees do not include admission to the separate ticketed events.

Registration Transfers

Meeting registrations cannot be transferred to another person. If the registrant cannot attend the EB 2015 Meeting in person for any reason, his/her registration must be cancelled, and the replacement person must register for the meeting separately.

Registration Benefits

The registration fee to attend the EB 2015 Meeting includes these benefits:

  • Access to 6 Society Programs - over 500 Sessions
  • Access to Invited Sessions (scientific, education, and Public Policy presentations)
  • Access to multple society Platform Presentations (abstract-driven oral presentations)
  • Access to the Plenary Oral Platform Session featuring presentations of the top scoring abstracts
  • Access to the Opening Exhibit Hall Break
  • Access to the Nobel Lecture Plenary
  • Access to daily Poster Sessions featuring over 6,000 posters
  • Entry into the Exhibit Hall featuring over 400 exhibiting companies displaying the latest products, publications, technology/software, and services in genetics
  • Trainee and Travel Awards programs
  • Trainee/student programs, including the Trainee-Mentor Luncheon, Career Development and Networking Session, and other workshops targeted to trainees
  • Access to the on-site EB/FASEB Career Center for free career coaching and employment services
  • Endless opportunities to network with colleagues from around the globe