Oct 22–23, 2024
The Rockefeller University


Will The NYSCF Conference be held in-person?
Yes, the NYSCF Conference will be held in-person only.

When will The NYSCF Conference be held?
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Where will The NYSCF Conference be held?
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Can I attend The NYSCF Conference virtually?
The NYSCF Conference will not be available for virtual presentations or participation.  

What is included in the cost of my registration?
Registration includes all sessions, breakfast and lunch each day, poster session reception, and access to all networking breaks. You can view pricing here. If you have a question about the category you should register under, please contact Makinsy Fitzgerald at events@nyscf.org

Will conference talks be available to view on demand?
To encourage the presentation on unpublished data by our speakers, talks will not be available on demand for any conference participants.

What is the conference cancellation policy?
You can view our full cancellation policy here.

How can I obtain an invoice/receipt for my registration?
You should have received an e-mail from events@nyscf.org right after you registered (please check your junk/spam folders). If you still have not received your receipt, please reach out to us at events@nyscf.org

Additional questions not covered in FAQ?
Contact Makinsy Fitzgerald at events@nyscf.org or 212-365-7452.

COVID-19 Guidelines

Participants of the NYSCF Conference are not required to show proof of vaccination. Face masks are optional in the university’s auditoriums and other public spaces. 

Attendees should not come to campus if they are ill or experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, are in isolation due to contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or have themselves tested positive for COVID-19 within the last ten days.

Attendee requirements are subject to change. NYSCF will adhere to all current COVID-19 protocols of the venue, the city, and public health recommendations.