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How can I register for the conference?

Click the link below

Register for Physiology 2011

I can’t remember my log in details, how can I get them?

Please contact Sarah Bundock by emailing Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org) and she will send them to you. 

Why is the booking page saying my email has already been registered?

The booking system only allows one email per registration. If you are responsible for booking for several people, please use each individual’s email address. If you have any problems, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org)

Will I receive a confirmation?

A confirmation email will be sent to the contact email provided on your registration.  If you do not receive a confirmation please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org)

Do I have to make my own hotel reservation?

Yes, please click this link below to be taken to our external accommodation provider.

Are there discounts on multiple registrations?

As registration fees are extremely competitive, we do not offer discounts. 

How can I pay for the conference?

You need to pay online using a valid debit or credit card.  If you have any problems registering, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org)

We are unable to accept cash or cheques, or issue invoices.

How many people usually attend the conference?

Over 1000 people are expected to attend the conference over the course of the three days.

How can I get to the venue?

Please click on this link below for directions and information about the venue.

What should I wear?

The dress code is relaxed. 

I have special dietary/access requests?

Please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org), at least two weeks before the meeting, if you have any special dietary or access needs. Any requests made at the conference may not be able to be catered for.

Is there internet access?

There will be free wifi which will be accessed via log in details which will be given to you when you collect your delegate pack, and also a small internet cafe of 12 laptops and a colour printer. 

I like to tweet – is there an official hashtag?

Yes, the event hashtag is #physiology2011. Feel free to tweet your thoughts about the meeting, the sessions you are in etc. The Society’s twitter account is @ThePhySoc

When will I receive joining instructions for the conference?

All joining instructions will be sent via email on Friday 1 July.  If you do not receive an email on this date, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org).  Information regarding the programme, venue and accommodation can be found on this website. 

When will I receive my delegate pack and name badge?

You will receive these at the registration desk when you register.  You can find more information on when the registration desk will be open, please click here.

What is included in my registration fee?

Access to all sessions, delegate pack, refreshments, lunch and drinks with the poster sessions in the evening.

I forgot to sign up for the social events, when I registered for the meeting, can I do so now?

Yes, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org) to arrange the booking and payment. 

Am I able to bring a guest to the social events?

Yes, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org) to arrange the booking and payment. 

I have forgotten when I am scheduled to present, how can I find out?

You can do so by checking the Itinerary Planner Physiology 2011.

I want to check to see if a colleague is attending, is the delegate list online?

Due to data protection, we cannot publish the delegate list online.  Please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org) who can check the list for you.   

I’ve never presented a poster or presented orally.  Is there some guidance The Society could offer?

Yes. 

For advice on oral communication preparation and presentation, please visit this page.

For advice on poster communication preparation and presentation, please visit this page.

What’s the best way to meet people?

By visiting the poster sessions at the end of each day, grab a drink and circulate. The ice is immediately broken as you have the poster to talk about.

Early career scientists can attend the Early Career Social on Monday 11 July from 19.30.  To register, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org).

Will Society staff be present at the meeting? Will there be an opportunity to meet them?

Yes. The team can be found at the registration desk when the desk is open each day.  If there is someone specific you wanted to meet, please ask and we can find them for you or pass on a message. 

For any questions not answered here, please contact Sarah Bundock (sbundock@physoc.org) or call +44 (0)20 7269 5715

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