Registration

We certainly hope you'll plan on joining us for IAA's 2017 Conference located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA from June 14-17, 2017.  To register today for the 2017 IAA Conference, please click here.

Pricing for this great educational opportunity is below.  To inquire about group pricing for students, please contact executivedirector@anaplastology.org and include the number of individuals planning to attend, as well as the day(s) the students are interested in attending.  Once this information is received, the request will be evaluated by the Board.  If you wish to pay by check, checks must be postmarked by the early bird deadline in order to receive early bird pricing.

Please Note:  In order to take advantage of member pricing, your 2017 dues must be paid.  You will be assessed the balance of the non-member pricing if your dues are not renewed prior to the Conference.  Visit the Membership tab to renew your dues today. 

Conference Pricing - June 15 & 16, 2017

  Early Bird Pricing
Register by 5:00 PM Eastern on
May 1, 2017
Regular Pricing
Register between May 1, 2017 and
5:00 PM Eastern on June 9, 2017
Onsite Pricing
Register after June 9 , 2017
IAA MEMBER PRICING $495 USD $645 USD $745 USD
NON-MEMBER PRICING $695 USD $845 USD $945 USD
STUDENT MEMBER PRICING $325 USD $475 USD $575 USD
STUDENT NON-MEMBER PRICING $425 USD $575 USD $675 USD
SINGLE DAY PRICING $350 USD $450 USD $550 USD
















Optional Social Outing Pricing - Thursday, June 15, 2017


  Early Bird Pricing
Register by 5:00 PM Eastern on
June 9, 2017
Onsite Pricing
Register after June 9, 2017
IAA OPTIONAL SOCIAL ACTIVITY - RACE MINNEAPOLIS! (3:30 pm - 6:00 pm)
Not content to casually stroll the city and take in the sights?  Then, this optional activity was made for you!  Join us for Race Minneapolis – designed especially for IAA attendees.  You will be divided into teams to compete as your race around the city to obtain a list of items.  Expect the unexpected and be creative!  And be timely, or be terminated, because the last team to the finish line may be eliminated
$5 USD $10 USD















Pre- & Post-Conference Courses - June 14, 2017 and June 17, 2017

  Early Bird Pricing
Register by 5:00 PM Eastern on
June 9, 2017
Onsite Pricing
Register after June 9, 2017

OFFSITE PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM AT THE MEDICAL DEVICE CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
AM PROGRAM - IDEA ACTUALIZATION: DRAWING ON DIGITAL RESOURCES TO DEVELOP AN INNOVATIVE PRODUCT OR DEVICE
June 14, 2017 (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)

The morning workshop will focus on the comprehensive workflow for medical device creation, from conception to fabrication, that has been developed by the Medical Device Center (MDC) at the University of Minnesota. We will begin with a tour of the facility and labs including 3D scanning, printing, and virtual reality equipment. We will learn about products that the MDC has developed through collaboration between various researchers and specialists.

Taking inspiration from the MDC’s methods, participants will then workshop the development of an innovative device, methodology, or service of our own, broadening the scope of our project to include resources that are available to any anaplastologist. As a group or in small groups, we will define a product, and outline all actions and resources necessary to actualize that product. We will include information about working with local 3d printing and scanning bureaus, joining maker collectives, and using freeware software to modify digital files. During the workshop, we will also touch on important questions, such as project justification, major objectives, and project sponsorship.

$200
USD
$300 USD

OFFSITE PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM AT THE MEDICAL DEVICE CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
PM PROGRAM - SILICONE SCIENCE WITH TROY REIHSEN
June 14, 2017 (1:00 pm - 4:00 pm)

In the afternoon session, Troy Reihsen of The Center for Research in Education and Simulation Technologies (CREST) at the University of Washington, Seattle will conduct a workshop of silicone experimentation. 

We will begin with some basic silicone science and then build on that understanding by discussing Troy’s experience with building a library of human tissue analogs. This library was developed as a reference for which silicones can be employed in medical simulation models to best mimic observable qualities of the tissues that comprise different parts of our anatomy. We will experiment with altering the properties of silicones and combining silicones within one project. Participants will have a hands-on opportunity to mix and test materials and take home a Silicone Science Sample Kit.

$200
USD
$300 USD

OFFSITE PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM AT THE MEDICAL DEVICE CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
AM & PM PROGRAMS - DISCOUNT APPLIED
June 14, 2017 (9:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm)  Lunch Included.

$375
USD
$475 USD
CPR COURSE
June 17, 2017
(8:30 am - 11:30 am)
$100
USD
$150 USD

FACE TRANSPLANT DONOR RESTORATIONS
June 17, 2017
(9:00 am - 12:00 pm)

From the experiences of the anaplastology and transplant teams who worked on the first face transplant done at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, this hybrid workshop will inspire anaplastologists to implement donor restoration services into their practices.
 
Meg Rogers, the Director of Transplant Center Relations will first speak to the group about the fascinating and life-giving world of organ procurement and will show the in-depth process that lead to the June 2016 Mayo Clinic face transplant, including the requirements, goals, and outcome of the donor restoration LifeMask. Gillian Duncan and Michaela Calhoun will follow by explaining the process they developed over a two year period for the design and fabrication of the LifeMask as well as their involvement with a local hand transplant team.
 
Goals of the workshop:

  • To learn about developing a partnership between the anaplastologist, transplant team, and organ procurement agency
  • To participate in a hands-on exercise using the techniques developed by Duncan and Calhoun to create mini LifeMasks. Each participant will leave with a small kit of materials that they can take home and continue to experiment with in order to incorporate the technique into their own workflow.
$200
USD
$300 USD















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Banquet - June 16, 2017


  Early Bird Pricing
Register by 5:00 PM Eastern on
June 9, 2017
Onsite Pricing
Register after June 9, 2017
TICKET PRICE PER PERSON $90 USD $100 USD