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Worshop, Parvovirus, Biennial Workshop

XVIth International Parvovirus Workshop

Registration fee is mentioned VAT included (20%)


Cancellation terms:
                      100% 1 month before 19 June
                      30% 8 days before 19 June
                      no refund 1 week before 19 June

Registration fee includes:

  • The participation of one person to the Workshop (from Sunday 19 to Thursday 23 2014).
  • Lunches and coffee breaks from Monday 19 to Wednesday 22 June 2016
  • The Welcome cocktail on Sunday 19 June (in Ajaccio congress center)
  • The gala dinner on Wednesday 22 June
  • The visit of the Napoleonian rooms and cocktail the 20 June 2016
  • The boat tour* and Corsican Wine tasting/ Short dinner on board the 21 June 2016
  • The delegate's kit with the abstract book of the workshop
  • The brunch on Thursday 23 June 2016

Accompanying person fee includes

  • The Welcome cocktail on Sunday 19 June (in Ajaccio congress center)
  • The gala dinner on Wednesday 22 June
  • The visit of the Napoleonian rooms and cocktail the 20 June 2016
  • The boat tour* with Wine tasting and dinner on board the 21 June 2016


Credit cards Bank transfer in Euros Order form
(Inra staff and employees of institutions)
  For transfers within France For international transfers  
 CB, Visa, Master Card
 (online payment through secure link)

Account holder  
 2 place Pierre Viala
 34060 Montpellier cedex01, France

Bank name
DRFIP de l’Hérault
334 allée Henry 2 de Montmorency
34954 Montpellier cedex 02

BIC  Bank Identifier CodeTRPUFRP1

Code Bank 10071
 Code Guichet 34000
 N°Cpte 00001003515 Clé 31

Domiciliation  TPMONTPELLIER


International Bank Account Number
 FR76 1007 1340 0000 0010 0351 531

Please send the order form, together with a copy of your registration

summary, to the address indicated below :

University of Montpellier
Place Eugène Bataillon
Bat. 24-cc101




Registration closed on Monday 20 June 2016