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Meeting Registration is now live. Watch for the announcement.
Registration Fee and Deadline - early bird rates available now 

Registration includes full conference participation, the opening reception on Oct. 25 and lunch on Oct. 26th and 27th, 2017. Registration fees for academic ABRF members is $170 and academic non-ABRF members $245; Corporate ABRF members $275 and Corporate non-ABRF members is $350.
Academic attendees can save an additional $50 for early registration until September 22, 2017. 
Registration will be limited, so please register early!

Registration Policy
Meeting registration is most conveniently accomplished online in advance of the conference.  If you have registered for NERLSCD in the past 2 years, your registration information may be stored and accessible by entering your password.  A password recovery system is provided.  Payment of the registration fee is required prior to the meeting.  You may provide a credit card number online or indicate that you will mail a check.  Your meeting registration will be finalized when payment is received.  You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your registration when processing is complete.  Please save this e-mail as proof of registration.  Name badges will be handed out at the registration desk.  You must contact the hotel directly to make your room reservation.  If you have any questions or problems, please contact nerlscd_oc@my.abrf.org.
Registration Payment

Payment can be made by credit card or check as follows:
Credit card payment can be made with Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.  Payment for meeting registration will appear on your credit card statement as a charge from ABRF/NERLSCD 2017.
Checks should be made payable to: ABRF/NERLSCD 2017
Please indicate on the memo of the check that payment is for "NERLSCD 2017 meeting registration" and mail to:
ABRF Business Office
Attn: Susan DeCourcey
9650 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20814-3998
Registration Cancellation Policy
Please send requests to cancel registration and to obtain a refund (less processing fees) to:
Christian LytleTreasurer 
Laboratory Manager, Molecular Biology & Proteomics Core Facility
Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH

Tel: (603) 650-6546
email: christian.h.lytle@dartmouth.edu
No substitutions are permitted.
Cancellation requests will not be accepted after October 12, 2017.
You must contact the hotel directly to cancel your room reservation.

Media Policy
The NERLSCD Meeting Media Policy applies to both traditional media (print, broadcast and web based) and new social media tools (blogs, Twitter, etc.).  This policy applies to both accredited  journalists who are registered for the meeting and to all other meeting attendees:
  1. Presenters have the final say on whether the content of their presentations can be reported beyond the conference and can opt-out on anyone reporting on all or any portion of their presentations.  Session organizers or individual presenters will state at the beginning of each presentation if they do not give permission for any or all parts of the presentation to be reported outside of the conference, including by blogging or tweeting.  This policy applies to all oral presentations, including presentations during the keynote and plenary sessions, discussion panels and technical workshops. 
  2. To facilitate free and uninhibited discussions at the meeting, consent of individual attendees in the audience who participate in discussions during the panels and workshops should be obtained before blogging or tweeting or otherwise publicly reporting on their identity or their statements. 
  3. Bloggers should let the meeting  organizing committee know well in advance of the meeting that they plan on blogging the conference.  This will allow the organizing committee to aggregate all the blogs that are made about the meeting and to pass this information to the meeting attendees, which will facilitate the blogs being read and also will help presenters contact bloggers if they feel there is a need to correct content.
  4. Designated official meeting photographers will be at the meeting to photograph meeting presentations and events.  Photography of the content of presentations by meeting attendees is strictly prohibited without the express consent of  the presenter.  This includes photography of posters and of slides projected during oral presentations.
Privacy Policy
Names and contact information of registrants will be shared with registrants and sponsors.
Photos made during the conference may be used in future conference materials.