|2017 MidWinter Meeting|
This year’s Mid-Winter Meeting in Baltimore promises to be packed with great science and special events. Nearly 1200 abstracts were submitted. Seventy seven invited symposium speakers will participate in 9 invited symposia, as well as special symposia to honor colleagues Bob Shannon, who recently retired, John Niparko (1955-2016), and Norman M. Weinberger (1935-2016). Social events include the regular Welcome Reception and Award of Merit Reception. There will also be an outreach program featuring Vint Cerf - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vint_Cerf.
For the younger members of the society, there is a Poster Blitz (with awards for best presentations), while spARO (Students and Postdocs of ARO) is organizing mentoring activities, a town hall meeting and social events.
Special workshops are planned on
- science communication
- get your research funded
Make sure to use the new meeting app, download the app from the apple store or google play store by searching for ARO2017, to make sure you don’t miss anything at this year’s meeting. For more information on the meeting app click here.
We look forward to seeing you in Baltimore next month!
Preliminary Schedule of Events:
The program Committee is working hard to bring you a full and educational program. A preliminary schedule is available to view by click here and will be updated as we start to finalize the program.
The meeting will take place February 11-15 2017 at the
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
ARO's group rate is $189 single / double occupancy. The deadline for reservations is Thursday, January 26, 2017, based on availability. For more information or to make your reservation, please click here.
Community Lecture Program in conjunction with Project Bridge (Baltimore Science Cafes):
Homeslyce 336 N. Charles St. Baltimore The speakers are: "Hear us out! Learn how we hear and understand sound, how genetics can cause us to lose our hearing, and how technology can enhance hearing." Speakers: Karen Avraham, PhD, Tel Aviv University; Daniel Polley, PhD, Harvard Medical School/MEEI; Phillip Alvelda, PhD, DARPA. For more information; http://www.projbridge.com/events