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Vasculata 2017 Registration

Vasculata 2017

July 24-27, 2017
Chicago, IL

Sold out!! (no onsite registrations)


Registration fees for Vasculata are as follows:
Undergraduates - $50
NAVBO Trainee Members - $125
Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows - $200
Other (faculty, independent investigators, etc.) - $400
Registration fees include attendance at all lectures, coffee breaks and dinner on Wednesday evening*

*You must indicate that you will attend on the registration form

Workshops dates and times are yet to be determined. You may register for one workshop. There is an additional $25 fee for a workshop in order to cover materials and labor. Each workshop has an attendance limit of 15 participants - register early to assure your space. The workshops are:

Intravital microscopy (sold out)
Transendothelial electrical resistance measurements
Live cell microscopy (sold out)

Career Development Panel Discussions:
The dates and times of these sessions has yet to be determined, but will be held at the same time as the above workshops. You may register for both of these sessions. There is no additional fee for these sessions. The topics being discussed are:

Transitioning from graduate student to post-doc, and from post-doc and beyond
Lab management

Campus housing is available.  Reserve your room when you register.  Shared housing is $280; roommates will be assigned.  Single occupancy is sold out.

More information will be forthcoming as soon as we have firm arrangements.

For International Travelers to NAVBO Meetings:
If you need a letter of invitation for your Visa, please follow the instructions on this page.

Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations on or before June 1, 2017 will receive a refund less $50 processing fee. No refunds will be given after June 1, 2017.

Complete the form below, or to pay by check download this form

Funding for this conference was made possible (in part) by 1 R13 HL137360-01 from the National Institutes of Health. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the department of health and human services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.