PLEASE NOTE: This year for TERMIS conferences, there is the option for member and non-member registration fees. To check the status of your TERMIS membership, please login to the TERMIS membership portal. If you would like to become a member of TERMIS, please complete the membership application form. If you are unable to login to the portal or have questions regarding membership please reach out to Sarah Wilburn.

Non-members who have selected the member price will be required to pay the difference in pricing. Please confirm your membership status before registering.

All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Accepted Forms of Payment: Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, Check

Member Pricing:

Early (April – June 22)Regular (June 22- July 9)Onsite (July 10 -13)
Full Investigator^$700$800$900
Students (Pre-Doctoral)**$400$500$600
Young Investigator/Trainee*$400$500$600
Emerging Countries***$600$600$700

Non-Member Pricing:

Early (April – June 22)Regular (June 22- July 9)Onsite (July 10 -13)
Full Investigator^$900$1,000$1,100
Students (Pre-Doctoral)**$550$650$750
Young Investigator/Trainee*$550$650$750
Emerging Countries***$600$600$700

Other Registration Pricing:

Single Day$400
Guest Fee$150
Student Volunteer$245
Exhibit Booth Staff Registration $285

^Full Investigator registration is for individuals within academia or industry that do not qualify as a student or young investigator.

*Please note: YIs are required to have a letter from your advisor/supervisor on university letterhead uploaded at time of registration to show proof of YI status.

**Please note: All students are required to upload their student IDs to show proof of student status. Examples of proof include pictures of student IDs, letters from the registrar, or letters from academic advisors.

Definitions of Registration Types

Young Investigator/ Trainee – Young Investigators are defined as persons who are employed in the field of TERM, who have been either awarded a doctoral degree within the past three (3) years or are working as researchers and have less than seven (7) years research experience following master’s degree. Young Investigators should not hold an appointment as faculty, academic staff or group leader in a university/research institute or in industry.  Young investigators are required to have their advisor/supervisor send a letter as proof of the bona fide status of the young investigator.

Student – A student is any individual who is engaged as a graduate or undergraduate in a university or college program or as an MD resident and is actively interested in research in the field of TERM.  Students are required to provide their university ID for verification of their undergraduate/graduate status.

Guest – The guest pass is meant for spouses or family members of a registrant who are not in the industry and don’t plan on being involved in sessions. Guests are only able to attend the Welcome reception on Sunday, July 10, and the Conference Reception, on Tuesday, July 12.

***Developing/Emerging Countries – Registration is dependent on the country in which you currently reside; not your nationality. Countries listed within Groups A and B for residence (and work) are eligible to emerging/developing country fee. 

TERMIS Developing/Emerging Countries – Groups A and B

TERMIS has announced changes to the category of the developing/emerging countries. Three categories have been identified within the TERMIS membership based on geographical location. 

Membership is for those who are located in an established country, within the remit of a continental chapter that has a developed scientific infrastructure. There is no change to the membership conditions within these countries which are, for the record: (In Europe) Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino,  Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, (In the Americas) Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico, USA, (In Asia-Pacific) Australia, Bahrain, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and United Arab Emirates.

Waivers/Exemptions and emerging countries

Group A The members within Group A are considered to be included within the emerging countries and will pay a reduced membership fee of $50 USD for full members and $15 USD for students/young investigators members. The countries included in this group are:   (In Europe) Bulgaria, (In the Americas) Brazil and Mexico, and (In Asia-Pacific) India, Malaysia and Thailand.

Group B The members within Group B are located within a country that has limited scientific infrastructure, or within a country that lies outside of the existing responsibility of continental chapters (i.e. most of Africa), such that individuals have limited prospects of belonging to a TERM society.
These individuals, on application, will become members of TERMIS Global, without payment of a membership fee. The countries included in Group B are:  (In Europe) Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan Andorra, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova,  Montenegro,  Ukraine (In the Americas) all Central America and Caribbean Countries. Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela (In Asia-Pacific) all Oceania Countries (except Australia and New Zealand), Afghanistan,  Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Korea (North), Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Laos, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, The Philippines, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen (In Africa) all African countries. 

Press Passes

Press passes are issued to individuals representing a recognized news organization, including journalists reporting for online media outlets and freelancers who contribute to such organizations. Individuals involved with public relations, marketing, sales, circulation, advertising, or any other non-editorial function including educational program developers (including CME writers and editors) or other individuals who are not actually reporting on the meeting are not eligible for press passes. TERMIS-AM prohibits the development of CME content based on information presented at its meeting. TERMIS-AM reserves the right to inspect the credentials of anyone requesting a press pass, and to refuse to issue a press pass. Generally, no more than five representatives per organization are issued credentials. TERMIS-AM does not make public any list of press attendees or their affiliations.

Media who produce a communications vehicle that is sponsored by a single organization or whose revenue for the publication or issue of a publication depends solely on coverage of the TERMIS-AM meeting are also ineligible to receive press passes. In addition, media who produce a communications vehicle that uses the TERMIS-AM name or logo to imply endorsement from the TERMIS-AM are also ineligible to receive press passes.

Individuals who receive exhibitor passes are not eligible for press passes.

Credentialed media have access to all general sessions, including plenary, poster discussion, and concurrent sessions. Access to ticketed events with limited enrollment, such as early morning workshops, is restricted to ticket holders only. TERMIS-AM reserves the right to restrict attendance at any session. Press attendees are required to check in at the onsite press room upon arrival.

Cancellation/Substitution Policy

Requests for refunds will be accepted until Monday, June 27, 2022 with a $100 processing fee. Verbal cancellation will not be accepted. Please provide an email to Tatiana Veres at stating your cancellation request. Refunds may be processed after June 27, 2022 on a case-by-case basis. Please email us if you have a Covid-19 related cancellation.

Cancellations will be verified via email. If you do not receive an e-mail verifying your cancellation, please contact Tatiana Veres at Refunds will be processed four to six weeks after the conference. Pre-paid no shows or early departures will not be refunded. Substitutions are permitted. Substitution requests must be made in writing (see info below).

Canceling your hotel reservation does NOT cancel your conference registration and vice versa. If you dispute any charges to your credit card, there will be a dispute fee of $25.00 charged to your credit card account. A $25.00 process fee will be charged to any attendee who requests the original credit card charge be refunded and a new credit card processed for payment.

Attendee Substitutions:
Substitution requests will be accepted until Monday, June 27, 2022. Please email with your substitution request.

Additional Information
Receipts will be e-mailed to each registrant.
Name badges for all registrants will be handed out upon check-in at the meeting.

Please contact TERMIS-AM Associate Meeting Manager, Tatiana Veres at