Registration

Fees

US Dollars After June 7
In-Person
(onsite only)
Virtual
Non-member $ 675.00 $ 506.25
Member $ 600.00 $ 450.00
Allied Health Professional / Trainee / Resident / Fellow $ 525.00 $ 393.75
Student (with student ID) $ 200.00 $ 150.00
Community Access $ 525.00 $ 393.75

 

  • Sessions: All in-person sessions will be held at Boston University's George Sherman Union (775 Commonwealth Avenue)
  • In-person Registration: Access to general sessions, the Exhibit & Poster Hall, breakfast and lunch workshops, the FNDS Welcome Reception, and frequent networking opportunities. Option to change to virtual registration is available thru May 19, 2022; registration fee difference will be refunded. After May 19, 2022, may changed to virtual attendance; however, a refund will not be available.
  • Virtual Registration: Includes session live streaming and 30-day access to all recordings (per each speaker's authorization). Option to change to in-person attendance with payment of registration fee difference thru June 7, 2022.
  • The Student registration rate is for full-time students working toward a degree in an allied field with a current student ID.
  • All speakers by May 15 and abstract presenters by May 20.
  • Founding Members who paid dues both in 2021 and 2022 will receive a discount code. The code has been emailed to those who are eligible. If you are a founding member and recently paid 2021 and/or 2022, please email info@fndsociety.org for your code.

 


Payments

FNDS Tax ID: 83-1189168

Online Registration payments must be made by credit card (American Express, MasterCard, Discover, or Visa only). We do not process fax registrations for online registration. Purchase orders and wire transfers are not accepted. 

If the online registration form does not match your institution's payment requirements, contact info@fndsociety.org.


Resources

Contact info@fndsociety.org to request any of the following documents:

  • Invitation letter for U.S. visa
  • Meeting attendance certificate (post-meeting)
  • Copy of registration receipt (a receipt was emailed automatically after completing registration)

Apply early for your travel visa, if needed: the U.S. State Department advises that an application for a temporary visa to enter the United States requires a longer processing time than in past years. The decision to grant visas belongs solely to the embassy or consulate.
https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas.html


Cancellation and Refunds

Registration cancellation must be due to professional or personal/family health emergency and be made in writing directly to the FNDS office by June 1, 2022.  Cancellation is subject to a non-refundable $50 administrative fee. Refund will be processed following the conference. FNDS reserves the right to cancel any program and assumes no responsibility for personal expenses.

Meeting registration may be changed to virtual registration upon request and approval from the FNDS. After May 19, 2022, no refunds will be granted.


Onsite Registration Desk

The FNDS registration desk is located on the second floor of the George Sherman Union at Boston University.

Desk Hours (subject to change)
Saturday, June 18: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm EDT
Sunday, June 19: 6:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Monday, June 20: 6:30 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Tuesday, June 21: 6:30 am - 3:00 pm EDT


Statement on Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion

The FND Society is committed to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion at the 4th International Conference on Functional Neurological Disorder. In order to promote diversity, a diverse speaker lineup has been chosen, including individuals from 11 countries and nearly 50% female faculty, ensuring that a wide range of perspectives and experiences are represented. Regarding equity, FNDS aims to identify and remove bias in reviewing conference research abstracts and presentations. The FNDS also strives to ensure that there is equal opportunity to attend the conference. Finally, this conference aims to make conference attendees feel included and valued. Thus, there are opportunities for junior faculty and trainees to participate in the conference by presenting posters and case presentations. Additionally, in order to foster inclusion and connectedness, there is scheduled time at the end of each session for attendees to ask questions and participate in the discussion.

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