Register for ASV 2019
Early Bird rate expires May 15, 2019
Use the online registration when paying with a credit card. After registering online you will receive “Registration Confirmation” and “Receipt” emails from firstname.lastname@example.org (check your Spam folder if you don’t see them in your email inbox).
|Early Bird Special (before 5/15)||Regular Registration (5/15–7/18)||Late Registration (begins 7/19)|
|ASV Member - Post Doc||$500||$575||$650|
More Registration Options
Guest - $125 - This option includes the welcome reception, evening socials, three dining hall lunches and three dining hall dinners (Sunday-Tuesday) and the Tuesday evening dance. No admittance to scientific sessions allowed.
Tuesday Dinner at McNamara Alumni Center - $50.00 (Tuesday Dance is free)
Vet Virology Lunch (Sunday, July 21) - $10 (for ASV members and non-members; free for postdocs, grad students, undergrads)
Saturday, July 20 Satellite Symposium 8:30am–3:15pm - $75.00 (includes break refreshments and lunch)
Attendees will be able to choose one of the following sessions:
Structural Aspects of Virus Evolution: Convergence vs Divergence
Careers in Teaching Academia: Becoming a Virologist in a Teaching-focused Institution
Autophagy and Viruses
DNA and RNA Editing in Virus Evolution
Howard Temin’s Legacy: Innovations in Virology
2019 ASV T-Shirt - $15.00
Exhibitors (including SciArt) - Contact email@example.com for more information
No Fee (limited space, register early)
The Education and Career Development Committee will be sponsoring free, limited-capacity lunch and dinner conversation tables for students and post-docs. Students and post-docs with interest in attending can select their top 3 choices. Attendees will be chosen by a lottery system and notified prior to the conference for confirmation of the event they have been selected to attend.
Faculty and non-student attendees are being offered the opportunity to lead these conversation tables and will have a chance to select the topic(s) they’re interested in hosting through registration.
Discussion Table Topics
Careers in biotech
Careers in teaching-focused Institutions
Choosing a post-doc to meet your needs
Developing your online presence or "branding"
How do I write my first solid draft of a manuscript?
How peer review works, using JVI as an example
How to network in your career
How to survive your first ASV meeting
Personality and interpersonal relationships in the lab
Public speaking -- tips for overcoming anxiety and rocking it out!
Time management and how to get my $^&^ thesis finished
What is a post-doc that focuses on teaching?
When do I have kids in my science career?
Individuals requiring an official letter of invitation in order to obtain a visa or permission to attend the
meeting may request one from Rhonda Layer, Program Director, University of Minnesota, at firstname.lastname@example.org. To obtain an official letter of invitation, applicants must first register and pay meeting registration fees for the conference, per ASV policy. The letter does not imply that University of Minnesota or the ASV will cover any travel expenses or conference fees for the registrant. Please include the following in your email to Rhonda:
- Full name as it appears on your passport
- Professional or academic title
- Name of your school, department, institution, lab, or business
- Full mailing address
ASV recommends that you apply for your visa at least 4 to 5 months prior to your departure date. The ASV annual meeting is in July, so you should apply in March.