Pricing

Registration Opens February 2023

You have many great options when it comes to continuing your education, furthering your career, and bringing new technologies back to your lab, so how do you choose? As the largest annual meeting focused entirely on DNA forensics, ISHI is a meeting designed for you!

Your ISHI registration includes admission to two and a half days of General Session talks featuring industry leaders and emerging technologies, 75+ Scientific Poster presentations, an exhibit hall featuring 45+ vendors in the forensic field, and organized networking opportunities throughout the week, so that you will leave with a renewed passion for your work and solutions to everyday challenges you experience in your lab. In addition, conference registration fees include breakfast Tuesday-Thursday mornings, lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Welcome Reception with heavy appetizers and cocktails on Monday evening, and the off-site meal and networking function on Wednesday evening.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS

Early Registration*

                  $795

Full Price

                  $895

Students**

                  $495

*Ends July 15, 2023

**Student ID required

Group discounts of $50 off of the current conference rate are available for groups of 5 or more. Please fill out this form if you would like to register a group. For questions, email ISHI@promega.com

WORKSHOPS


Pre and post-conference workshops are available for a separate charge, and can be added to an existing registration or purchased as stand alone items for those attending virtually.

Pricing for those attending in person begins at $200 for half day workshops and $245 for full day workshops. Pricing is listed on each workshop details page (beginning in late January 2023).

"ISHI is one of the largest forensic genetics conferences in the world with strong emphasis on practical applications, which is an ideal platform to network for the young and the experienced in this field. You cannot attend this meeting without gaining experience and knowledge in forensic genetics. "Walther Parson // Institute of Legal Medicine, Medical University of Innsbruck