Registration

ISER Online Registration

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The membership fee for one year is less than the price difference between the member fee
and the non-member fee, so you will always benefit from becoming an ISER Member!

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Online Registration

The online registration for the ISER XXII Biennial Meeting is now closed.

You can still register onsite. Day tickets are available!

 

Accompanying persons have the possibility to register at a fee of 160.00 USD. They will have access to the Welcome Reception, the plenary and award lectures during lunch time, and all coffee breaks on the 4 days of the meeting.


If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please contact the ISER Meeting Secretariat:

ISER 2016 c/o K.I.T. Group
Kurfürstendamm 71
10709 Berlin
Germany
Email: iser2016-registration@kit-group.org
Tel: +81-3-5381-0367

The Japanese Ophthalmological Society has approved the ISER XXII Meeting for the allocation of credit points for all Japanese ophthalmologists who will register and attend the meeting.
For more details, click here.

Benefit from a 5% discount on all flights from the U.S. to Japan. For more information, click here.

Registration Fees

Early Registration Fee (deadline July 07, 2016) 
ISER Member $510
Non-member $655
Young Investigator Member* $385
Young Investigator Non-member* $490
Student** $330
Standard Registration Fee (deadline August 18, 2016) 
ISER Member $580
Non-member $725
Young Investigator Member* $435
Young Investigator Non-member* $540
Student** $380
Late and Onsite Registration Fee (starting August 19, 2016) 
ISER Member $685
Non-member $830
Young Investigator Member* $515
Young Investigator Non-member* $620
Student** $420
Single Day Only - ISER Member and Non-member $185
Single Day Only - Young Investigator Member and Non-member, Student, Japanese delegate $160


* Young Investigators shall be predoctoral or postdoctoral (PhD/MD/OD/DVM/DO) equivalent students, clinical residents, or clinical fellows engaged in vision/eye research for no longer than 7 years since their terminal degree.
**Students require a signed letter from a mentor.