Cell symposia : Neuromodulatory Mechanisms


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Academic1 $725
Academic1 with Conference Dinner Ticket $775
Industry $900
Industry with Conference Dinner Ticket $950
Student2 $550
Student with Conference Dinner Ticket2 $600
Conference Dinner – “Meet the Speakers” $50

1Academic rate applies to those with a fulltime position in a non-commercial institute.

2Student rate applies to those registered for a higher degree. Student registration forms must be accompanied by a signed letter from your head of department attesting to student status.

The registration fee includes:

  • Access to conference sessions, posters and exhibition area
  • Abstract CD and Program Book
  • Drinks reception on October, 10 2012  
  • Mid-session refreshments as scheduled in the conference program
  • Lunch on Thursday, October 11 and Friday, October 12 (lunch is not provided on Wednesday, October 10)

Meet the Speakers Dinner

Join us for our unique “Meet the Speakers” dinner at Dickie Brennan’s Palace Café in downtown New Orleans on Thursday, 11 October 2012.

This event has fast become a firm favorite at Cell Symposia, largely because it offers such a great opportunity for 1 to 1 interaction with the conference speakers, Cell Press editors, and colleagues, all while enjoying dinner and wine! Delegates are able to mix and network in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, however places are limited so please book early via the online registration system.


Substitutions may be made at any time but please advise the Conference Secretariat of a change of name. If you find it necessary to cancel the registration completely, please notify the Conference Secretariat immediately. Provided written notice is received by August 15, 2012, a full refund will be given less a 10% administration charge. Provided written notice is received by August 29, 2012, a 50% refund will be given.  Please note, registrations cancelled after August 29, 2012, or for no-shows at the conference, the full fee (100% cancellation charges) will be payable.


89 North
The Menkes Foundation

Supporting Publications

Cancer Cell
Trends in Neurosciences
Trends in Cognitive Sciences