Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
avoid long delays at the on-site registration desk, participants are strongly advised to register for the Conference in advance.
*The fees will automatically change at 0:00 of June 1 and at 0:00 of August 1, 2016 (Japan standard time).
*All fees are in Japanese Yen.
To avail of these rates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows must register by June 30, 2016, regular or on-site registration rates will apply if registered after this date. A letter from your advisor stating your academic position must be sent on official stationery to the congress office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Registration includes access to all scientific sessions, conference materials, opening night reception (Monday), congress dinner (Tuesday), banquet dinner (Wednesday), refreshments during all sessions, lunches (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday), and Tour (Thursday). Lodging must be booked separately.
Before registering, non-members of the ISFP are urged to consider joining the Society. The ISFP is a non-profit organization and registered charity, dedicated entirely towards promoting science and education in the field of fibrinolysis and proteolysis. You will note that membership fees (free for young investigators under 30 years) for 2016 can be recouped by the savings available on the registration fee for ISFP members for the ISFP/PA Workshop 2016. Please see the membership page at www.fibrinolysis.org for further details of how to join the ISFP.
+++For Accompanied Person+++
*Opening night reception”, "Congress Dinner" and “Banquet dinner”.
Fee: JPY *7,000 per person for each
*Tour (lunch is included)
Date: October 20 (Thu)
Fee: JPY *5,000 per person
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Fee: JPY *3,000 per person, per day
On or before July 31