Advance Registration Deadline
August 15, 2013
EMGS members benefit from more than $300 savings by registering early.*
|Emeritus EMGS Members|| $350|
*Savings based on early-bird EMGS member registration rates vs. nonmember standard registration rates.
The registration fee for the EMGS 2013 Annual Meeting includes:
- Admission to all scientific sessions
- Annual Meeting program booklet
- Free electronic access to all abstracts
- Saturday President’s Welcome Reception
- Annual Banquet
- Seven refreshment breaks
Separate registration is required for the Saturday Workshops and Special Interest Group breakfast meetings.
The GETA/Wednesday Only registration option is a one-day registration fee reserved for GETA members to attend the Spotlighting Interdisciplinary Research: A Genetics and Environmental Toxicology Association of Northern California (GETA) Young Investigator Forum on Wednesday in Monterey.
To register for the meeting at the member fee, you must be a member. If you would like to become a member of EMGS, you may join via the EMGS website. Membership can be obtained at any time. Take advantage of the Advance Registration rate and register by August 15.
Registrants grant the EMGS permission to reproduce, copy, and publish photographs taken at the Annual Meeting unless written notification by the registrant, stating otherwise, is submitted to the EMGS headquarters office prior to the Annual Meeting or while registering on-site.
Registration Rates and Deadlines
Give a student or postdoctoral fellow or trainee at your institution the chance to experience the 44th EMGS Annual Meeting. Each faculty/advisor with a paid registration to attend the Annual Meeting will have the opportunity to register ONE trainee from their institution at no additional charge. This complimentary registration includes admission to the scientific and poster sessions, session breaks, the Student/New Investigator Luncheon on Sunday, and the Annual Banquet on Tuesday evening. Students who wish to attend Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings must pay the associated fees. To be eligible, the trainee must:
- be currently enrolled in a college, university, or recognized postdoctoral training program;
- be sponsored by a registered faculty/advisor from their institution;
- be a current member of the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society; and
- provide proof of trainee status (enrollment verification or current student schedule at time of registration or letter from faculty/advisor).
Note: Only one trainee per faculty/advisor registration may be registered under the “Host-a-Trainee” program. If you bring three or more trainees, you may receive discounted registration rates for each trainee. For more information about this program, please contact EMGS Headquarters by email or by phone at 703.438.8220.
Group Trainee Discounts
All faculty/advisors who are registered to attend the 2013 EMGS Annual Meeting are eligible to receive reduced registration fees for three or more trainees attending the meeting with you. Contact EMGS Headquarters for the Group Discount Registration Form if you are bringing three or more trainees with you to the meeting in Monterey, California.