CROI 2016 Program at a Glance

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Back Bay Neighborhood (within 1-3 blocks, listed by distance from the convention center) BukowskiTavern Summer Shack Dillon’s Dunkin Donuts Boloco Whiskey’s Trader Joe’s Lir The Pour House McGreevy’s Boston Atlantic Fish Company Abe & Louie’s Starbucks DeLuca’s Market DirtyWater Dough Company Chipotle Scissors and Pie B. Good Sweetgreen At the Marriott Copley, Copley Place Mall, andWestin Copley Place (within 1 block of the Convention Center) Bar 10 Champion’s Sports Bar The Huntington at theWestin Osushi Legal Sea Foods Turner Fisheries Overflow Accommodations for Session Rooms Simultaneous overflow with 5 concurrently streamed sessions will be set up in Hall C. Audio for each session will be played through headphones set up at each seat. Additional overflow accommodations will be set up in rooms 309, 310, and 313.The assignment of sessions to each overflow roomwill be determined on-site as necessary. Website For additional information about the conference please visit the website at

Affiliated Activity Policies The goal of CROI is to promote meaningful, high-level scientific interchange of ideas and debate in order to find better ways to prevent, treat, and cure HIV/AIDS. In keeping with this goal, organizations (commercial companies, not-for-profit groups, government agencies, etc) have been approved to host Affiliated Activities occurring outside CROI session times. Affiliated Activities are not sponsored by, endorsed by, or supported by the IAS–USA, the CROI Foundation, or CROI 2016. If an affiliated activity is found to have violated the Guidelines for Affiliated Activities (above), the sponsoring organization, the supporting organization, and the organizer of the meeting may be prohibited from holding an affiliated activity at future CROI conferences, may have their current registration revoked, non-compliance may be subject to fines and damages, and could negatively impact the registration/status/attendance of those attending an unapproved affiliated activity. Mobile App CROI 2016 has a Mobile App to enhance your conference experience. The App enables you to schedule sessions, view abstracts, e-mail other participants, receive announcements, and more. Search“CROI 2016”in your mobile device App store, and download the conference App.The mobile App supports iOS and Android devices. Access is restricted to registered attendees only.Your log-in information and password will be provided to you on site with your registration materials. Badges Badge pickup will be available at the registration lobby; please bring government-issued photo identification that clearly shows your name.You must wear your name badge to gain entry to all official meeting activities, including the poster sessions. DO NOT LOSE YOUR BADGE. Unfortunately, payment of an additional registration fee ($750) will be required to replace a lost badge. Also, if you notice that your affiliation or the affiliations of other attendees are incorrect, please inform conference staff in the office of the Conference Secretariat. Child Care Children are not permitted entry into any meeting room, including the poster area. If you should require child care, please contact the concierge of your hotel. Conference Etiquette Please ensure all cell phones and pagers are off or are placed in SILENT mode. No flash photography is permitted in session rooms.

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Webcasts and Podcasts Plenaries, symposia, scientific overviews, oral abstract sessions, and themed discussions will be webcast and podcast.Webcasts are also available as streaming video for the Apple iPad and iPhone. Visit or to access the CROI 2016 webcasts and podcasts.Webcasts will be available within 24 hours of the end of the relevant session.


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