4th ACTC | Advances in Circulating Tumor Cells | Liquid Biopsy: Latest Advances and Future Challenges

Registration

REGISTRATION

Early registration fees
up to July 15th, 2019
From July 15th, 2019
to on site
Participants 500€ 600€
Students* 280€ 325€
Cancer ID Member 325€ 375€
Industry** 750€ 1000€
Local Participants from Greece 200€ & 280€ 200€ & 280€
Accompanying Persons 160€ 200€
Gala dinner 50€

* Proof of status is required (A proof of status is an official letter written in English by the Head of the University on official University letterhead). 
** Sponsors excluded.

Participants Registration Fee includes:

  • Admittance to Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
  • Admittance to all sessions
  • Admittance to exhibition
  • Symposium documentation and abstract book
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Coffee – refreshments during official Symposium breaks
  • Light Lunch every day

Students Registration Fee includes:

  • Admittance to Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
  • Admittance to all sessions
  • Admittance to exhibition
  • Symposium documentation and abstract book
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Coffee – refreshments during official Symposium breaks
  • Light Lunch every day

Cancer-ID Members Registration Fee includes:

  • Admittance to Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
  • Admittance to all sessions
  • Admittance to exhibition
  • Symposium documentation and abstract book
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Coffee – refreshments during official Symposium breaks
  • Light Lunch every day

Industry Registration Fee includes:

  • Admittance to Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
  • Admittance to all sessions
  • Admittance to exhibition
  • Symposium documentation and abstract book
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Coffee – refreshments during official Symposium breaks
  • Light Lunch every day

Local Participants from Greece Registration Fee includes:

    • Admittance to Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
    • Admittance to all sessions
    • Admittance to exhibition
    • Symposium documentation and abstract book
    • Certificate of Attendance

Additional 280€

  • Coffee – refreshments during official Symposium breaks
  • Light Lunch every day

Accompanying persons Registration Fee includes:

  • Admittance to Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
  • Light Lunch every day
  • Gala Dinner

Terms of payment for registration fees

All payment should be made in Euros without charges for the beneficiary. Please note that the late registration fee will apply for any payments received after the stated deadlines. A confirmation and invoice confirming registration will only be sent after receipt of the appropriate fees. Outstanding payments must be paid on-site.

Confirmation of Participation

When the appropriate fees have been received, participants will receive a confirmation letter, which should be presented at the Registration Desk at the ACTC Meeting.

Certificate of Attendance

Registered participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

Cancellation Policy

For every written cancellation received before June 30th, 2019 the full amount received, less 20% handling fee will be refunded. Between July 1st and August 15th, 2019, 50% of the registration fee will be refunded. After August 15th, 2019 no refund applies. All refunds will be made within two months after the end of the ACTC meeting. Bank charges will be deducted.

Badges and Identification

Registration badges will be used during the ACTC meeting. For identification purposes and admission to session halls, participants are requested to wear their badges, which will be given to them upon registration, at all times. Admission to the ACTC meeting areas will not be allowed without badge identification.

Currency

All ACTC meeting fees are calculated in Euros. Participants from countries where currency restrictions prevent them from sending registration fees in advance are asked to inform the ACTC meeting Secretariat to avoid being charged the late registration fee.

4th ACTC | Advances in Circulating Tumor Cells | Liquid Biopsy: Latest Advances and Future Challenges