Early registration deadline
1st July 2016
Standard registration deadline
29th September 2016
Abstract submission deadline
10th July 2016
15th September 2016
"Early Bird" Registration
"Early Bird" Student
"Early Bird" Industry
Patient or Patient's Representative (October 4 only)
Patient or Patient's Representative (whole meeting)
- Admission to the scientific sessions
- Abstract book
- Working lunches and coffee breaks
- Welcome cocktails event on Tuesday 4th October 2016
There will also be an option to pay to attend a conference dinner on Thursday 6th October 2016.
Venue for the conference dinner will be the IJ-kantine (http://www.ijkantine.nl/en/home-2/), where you can enjoy the beautiful view looking out over the harbour of Amsterdam, the water of the IJ and the remarkable bar on the north side of the restaurant, from every seat in the restaurant.
Accommodation is not included in the registration fee.
Selected participants will be sent payment details by e-mail once the selection process has been completed.
Please note that all registrations not paid by September 15, 2016 will be cancelled.
Fees will be charged if notification of cancellation is received (by fax or e-mail) minus administration fee as follows:
- Until August 20, 2016 (D-45): 10% total registration fee
- From August 21, 2016 (D-44) to September 4, 2016 (D-30): 20% total registration fee
- From September 5, 2016: 100% total registration fee
NO EXCEPTIONS. Transfer of registration is however accepted.
Cancellation of accommodation must be dealt directly with the hotel.
All abstracts submitted to the conference will go through a peer-review process carried out by the conference Scientific Committee. The highest-scoring abstracts will be selected for short oral talks. The remaining abstracts will be selected for presentation in the poster sessions.
The conference Scientific Committee reserves the right to reject low quality abstracts, as well as those not pertinent to the themes of the conference.
All presenting authors (for oral or poster presentation) will be notified via email.
Abstracts should be submitted in the English language. Abstracts should not exceed 250 words (excluding authors and affiliations and without illustration or references) and they should adhere to the following format:
Upon submitting the abstract, authors will be asked to choose between oral presentation or poster presentation and indicate for which topic they wish to submit their abstract :
- clinical aspects of ciliopathies
- cilia signalling and development
- ciliogenesis and intraflagellar transport
- centrioles and basal bodies
- structural cilium biology
- translational therapy and ciliotherapeutics
- cilia and flagella in infectious eukaryotes
Presented abstracts will be printed in the abstract book
Only abstracts of active participants will be printed in the conference booklet.
Please note that posters should be printed as portrait, maximum size A0 (1189 x 841 mm).