Online registration to the ISCA 2022 is now open. The registration deadline was extended to Tuesday 8th November at 23:59 Central European Time).

Categories of participants and registration fees

Regardless of the category of registration, every registered participant will have access to the following online sessions (live and recordings):

  • Main sessions
  • Poster exhibition and live poster session
  • The Basics of Albinism for the non-expert scientist side session
  • Latest Albinism Research for the lay person side session
  • Virtual Cocktail


This category of registration is open to scientists only (Researchers, Healthcare Providers and Students in life science).

Registration fees:

  • For Senior Scientists: 90€
  • For Junior Scientists (Students and Trainees): 50€

Industry Representatives

This category of registration is open to Industry Representatives (representatives of pharmaceutical companies, providers of instruments, software, services, and consumables for laboratories,…).

Registration fees: 140€

Association and NGO Leaders

This category of registration is open only to leaders of associations and other NGOs. These may be associations or NGOs specific to albinism or whose activities are in any way connected to albinism (such as partners or supporters of the Global Albinism Alliance)..

Registration fees: 30€


This category of registration is open only to individuals that are neither Scientists, nor Industries Representative nor Association / NGOs Leaders.

If you are registering in this category, please note that the Main Sessions of the conference are made up of complex scientific presentations that might not be appropriate for a lay person. In addition, please note that all conference sessions will be offered in English only. Nonetheless, the Latest Albinism Researchside session has been included in the program specifically for non-scientists.

Registration fees:  30€

Call for Abstracts

The ISCA 2022 program will include presentations from invited speakers as well as speakers selected through a call for abstracts. For more information see the Call for abstract page.