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  2. Exhibitor information

    Exhibitor information anchorLeft Recognized as one of the top 50 medical meetings by the Healthcare Convention and Exhibitors Association, ARVO is the world's leading educational and networking forum for academicians, clinicians, researchers, students and trainees in the fields of vision research and eye science. Why exhibit and market with ARVO? ARVO is globally-recognized and respected as a leading provider of quality content and research ARVO has a worldwide membership of 12,000 in more

  3. Housing pirate information

    Housing pirate information What is a "housing pirate"? Commonly referred to as "housing pirates" or "housing bandits," these are companies that phone, fax or email attendees and exhibitors, claiming to offer good deals on hotel rooms. They may falsely claim to be affiliated with ARVO. The official ARVO housing bureau is Visit Baltimore, which uses the services and booking website of Cvent Passkey. You will not be contacted directly by Visit Baltimore unless there is a question about your exi

  4. Organizers responsibilities

    Organizer's responsibilities It is the responsibility of the organizer to work with the assigned hotel or convention center to finalize arrangements, i.e., place orders and arrange for direct billing. Once the event details are passed along to assigned hotel by ARVO, it is the organizer's responsibility to secure the meeting space by signing a contract. IMPORTANT: It is the organizer's responsibility to confirm that all attendees of their ancillary event have registered for the ARVO 2020

  5. Event dates and times

    Event dates and times Regardless of location and content, ancillary events of more than 15 attendees may not conflict with the ARVO Annual Meeting scientific program. Regardless of content, all events must conform to the ARVO Ancillary Events Policy and be approved by ARVO before scheduling. Saturday, May 2nd: Event start and end times depend on whether the event contains scientific content. The only exception is that Business Meetings, as defined above, may be scheduled concurrently with