Although on-site registrations will be accepted, please help us plan for your arrival by pre-registering.


Thursday, June 1, 2017   Early registration ends

Friday, June 2, 2017     Regular registration fees begin



  • Admission to all lectures, poster and exhibit sessions
  • Program Book, including abstracts
  • Symposium materials
  • Admission to the opening reception, coffee breaks, poster/exhibit session refreshments, lunches, Sunday, Monday and Wednesday, and closing banquet
  • Complimentary membership in the American Peptide Society. Those wishing not to accept this option are invited to check the opt-out box provided on the registration form.


  • Admission to all lectures, poster and exhibit sessions on the day of attendance
  • Program Book, including abstracts
  • Symposium materials
  • Admission to the social events on the day of participation, including coffee breaks, poster/exhibit session refreshments, lunch, if provided on the day of attendance

Note: The closing banquet is not included in the one day registration fee, but may be purchased for an additional fee of $45.00 USD


  • Admission to the Opening Reception, Evening Poster Session Receptions and Closing Banquet.


  Early Regular & On-Site
Professional $1000 USD $2000 USD
Post Doc & Retired $390 USD $440 USD
Student $230 USD $280 USD
One Day $290 USD $290 USD
Accompanying Person $195 USD $195 USD


Closing Banquet: $45.00


Phone: 1-800-933-9330, US only, or 1-812-855-4224


Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express accepted. Credit card payments will show on your statement as IUBL-CONF.

Check payments must be in US Dollars, drawn on a bank that operates within the United States, must be made out to "Indiana University," and must reference "8-17" and the registrant's name on the check or stub. Checks must be sent, along with a copy of your confirmation, to:

Indiana University
IU Conferences
PO Box 6212
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6212


The above address is a bank lockbox and cannot accept FedEx/UPS, express mail, or other delivery requiring signature. This address is for payments only. Do not send any other mail to this address. You must include a copy of your confirmation with your payment.

For instructions on sending electronic payments to IU, please contact Melissa Kocias, Conference Registrar at iuconfs@indiana.edu. If you or your company have an ACH or wire transfer authorization form you need completed, please submit that with your request.

Please note that you are responsible for any wire fees.

For questions about payment, email Melissa Kocias or call 812-855-4224.


In order to receive a letter of confirmation for visa support, please send the following information to iuconfs@indiana.edu:

  1. Confirmation of your fully paid registration
  2. Full, given, name
  3. Legal home address; not a business address
  4. Source of funding
  5. Email of your contact at the Embassy/Consulate, if available

Once we have received all of this information, we can issue a PDF signed letter confirming your registration to the conference.


Cancellation requests must be received in writing to iuconfs@indiana.edu no later than Thursday, June 1, 2017, to be eligible for a refund, less a $50 USD administrative fee. No refunds will be issued after June 1, but you may substitute another registrant.


Saturday, June 17 01:00 pm - 06:00 pm
Sunday, June 18 07:30 am – 04:30 pm
Monday, June 19 07:30 am – 04:30 pm
Tuesday, June 20 07:30 am – 12:30 pm
Wednesday, June 21 07:30 am – 04:00 pm
Thursday, June 22 07:30 am – 10:30 am


Email the Symposium Registrar, Melissa Kocias or call 812-855-4224

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