Individuals wishing to attend the meeting must register online. Registration will not be processed without full payment. All fees must be in U.S. currency, drawn on a U.S. bank. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are also accepted for payment.
AACR members must log into their member account when registering online to obtain the member rates (member dues must be paid through 2023 prior to registering). Online registrations will be confirmed by email immediately. Receipts can also be obtained online.
REGISTRATION FOR ON-DEMAND ACCESS
On-demand registration will provide access to the virtual meeting platform approximately 7-10 days after the meeting. On-demand registration will provide access to all lecture sessions (synchronized slides and audio), the final program schedules, awardees, supporters, and related meeting information. Abstracts will be available in the meeting app. On-demand viewing will remain available until December 24, 2023 (70 days after last day of meeting).
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|ON-DEMAND REGISTRATION RATES |
(opens October 16 at 9 a.m. ET)
|Active and Affiliate||$735|
|Associate and Emeritus||$435|
|Patient Advocate and Student||$195|
All fees are listed in U.S. Dollars (USD)
1 Nonmember pre/postdoctoral students must have their registrar, dean, or department head certify that they are enrolled at the university and working toward a degree or fellowship in a field related to cancer research.
2 If you are a non-member Patient Advocate registering for this conference, you must complete the advocate verification form. The AACR Survivor and Patient Advocacy Department will contact you for approval. Please email [email protected] with any questions.
Request for Refunds
Requests for refunds must be made in writing and received by Friday, September 20, 2023. Refund requests may be sent by email to [email protected]. There will be a $125 administrative fee for processing cancellations received by September 20. After September 20, no refunds can be made.
Survivor and Patient Advocate Opportunities
The AACR strongly encourages the involvement of survivors and patient advocates in this conference and is pleased to offer discounted registration rates to this group. Advocates must submit a biography or a curriculum vitae and the advocate verification form to receive the discounted rate. You can find the advocate verification form online at www.AACR.org/SurvivorsAndAdvocates. Please email [email protected] for further information. On-site registration at this special rate is not be available.
AACR membership is available to individuals who are interested in joining the AACR and being a part of a dynamic and vibrant organization that offers its members benefits, programs, and activities that promote the exchange of timely scientific information and excellent opportunities to participate more fully in the global conquest of cancer by fostering important relationships and collaborations with cancer scientists internationally. The AACR is also eager to support the exchange of knowledge and research with investigators who are in countries with emerging economies. Significantly reduced membership dues are available for these investigators.
Eligibility for Registration at AACR and EORTC Member Rates
Nonmember individuals interested in joining the AACR and registering at the advance registration rate must submit membership applications no later than Friday, August 25, 2023. Only individuals who are listed on the membership rolls as members in good standing as of October 11, 2023 will be accorded the privilege of registering for the conference at the member rates noted above. If, upon review of the membership application, a candidate is deemed ineligible for the membership category to which he or she has applied, then the candidate will need to register at the nonmember rate. Contact the Membership Department at 215-440-9300 or [email protected] with any questions.
Assistance for Attendees with Disabilities
This AACR-NCI-EORTC conference is accessible to all registrants. Attendees with special requirements for transportation, hotel accommodations, or other facilities associated with the conference should notify the AACR in advance when registering or by emailing [email protected].
Code of Conduct, Policies, and Procedures
The AACR-NCI-EORTC Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics conference will bring together an estimated 1,200-1,500 representatives from academia, industry, government, and advocacy organizations from across the globe. In order for all participants to have the opportunity to gain the most benefit from this conference, the AACR is committed to providing a safe and secure environment. Please review the following policies and procedures for conference participants. By registering for the 2023 AACR-NCI-EORTC Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics meeting, you agree to the following terms:
- Photography. Conference attendees may take photographs during oral or poster presentations provided that the photographs are strictly for personal, noncommercial use and are not to be published in any form. Attendees are prohibited from using flash photography or otherwise distracting the presenters or members of the audience.
- Social Media. Conference attendees may share information from presentations on social media provided that they respect the wishes of presenters. Oral presenters may label any or all slides in their presentations with “DO NOT POST.” Similarly, poster presenters may label their posters with “DO NOT POST.” Attendees must respect the presenters’ requests in these instances; while attendees may take photographs of all slides and posters, they must refrain from posting on social media any images from slides or posters labeled “DO NOT POST.”
- The AACR prohibits intimidating, threatening, or harassing conduct of any kind during this program. This applies to all participants—attendees, presenters, exhibitors, staff, vendors, etc.
- The AACR is committed to a safe, hospitable, and productive environment for all participants of this program, regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, religion, or sexual orientation.
- The AACR expects all participants to communicate professionally and constructively, handling dissent and disagreement with courtesy, dignity, and an open mind, being respectful when providing feedback, and being open to alternative points of view.
- Children under 12 years of age are not permitted in any scientific session, poster session, the exhibit hall, or any official event taking place at this program at any time. Children cannot be left unattended or unsupervised in the Convention Center.
- Cell phones and other electronic de vices must be turned off or placed on “silent” mode before entering a session. Participants should step out of session rooms to make calls, which is distracting to other participants.
- The AACR expects participants to share information about this program responsibly and clearly distinguish individual opinion from fact.
- A professional photographer and videographer will be on site to document conference events and activities from October 11-15, 2023. Photographs and video footage are the sole property of the AACR. By registering for and attending this conference, attendees understand that the AACR may use their likenesses for future promotional purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please notify the photographer and/or videographer on-site.
- Participants must obey all applicable laws and regulations of the relevant government authorities while attending this program. Participants must comply with all applicable safety guidelines related to the conference venue.
- If a session room becomes too crowded, the AACR asks you to follow instructions provided by the AACR staff, Convention Center staff, or security. Instructions may include not standing against the walls, not blocking the aisles or doors, or being denied entry if the room becomes too crowded. The AACR and all participants are obligated to abide by the guidelines established by the Fire Marshal in the Convention Center. If a room reaches full capacity and there is not full cooperation, the Fire Marshal has the authority to delay or terminate the session.
- The AACR encourages responsible drinking f or those drinking alcohol. Beer and wine will be offered at some official social events. Alcohol will not be served to anyone under the age of 21. Alcoholic beverages are allowed in specific areas and must not be taken out of these areas.