CROI 2019 Program and Conference Information

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• Receive the latest changes to the CROI program •View electronic posters and video descriptions of presentations

The Mobile App is compatible with iOS and Android devices. Search“CROI 2019”in your mobile device App store. Access is restricted to registered attendees.Your log-in information and password are provided with the registration materials. Video Upload Poster presenters have the opportunity to upload a video of up to 3 minutes to describe their research findings and conclusions.The video, as well as the electronic version of your poster, will be available to registered CROI attendees on the CROI Mobile App during the conference. In addition, the video and electronic poster will be publicly available on the CROI website after the meeting to serve as important enduring educational resources. Website For additional information about the conference and to access electronic materials please visit the website at The final Abstract eBook (flip book and PDF versions) will be available for public download following the conference. Abstracts from CROI 2019 can be viewed and downloaded in the searchable database during the conference. Abstracts and electronic posters from CROI 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 are available at www. USB Flash Drive Any registrant who purchased a USB flash drive with the Abstract eBook preloaded onto it will receive it in their welcome packet at registration. Abstracts can also be found in the Abstract eBook and searchable database on the CROI website after the session in which the abstract is presented. Webcasts Plenaries, symposia, oral abstract sessions, and themed discussions are available as webcasts and are available within 24 hours of the end of the relevant session. Webcasts are also available as streaming videos for the Apple iPad and iPhone. Visit or to access the CROI webcasts. Affiliated and Proximate Activities 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 and their agents, 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 2019. If an affiliated activity is found to have violated the Guidelines for Affiliated Activities, the sponsoring organization, the supporting organization, and the organizer of the meeting may be prohibited from holding an Affiliated Activity at future CROI conferences and may have their current registration revoked. Noncompliance may be subject to fines and damages, and could negatively impact the registration status and attendance of those attending an unapproved affiliated activity. If you have organized a meeting or activity that includes CROI attendees, as described in the Affiliated Activity guidelines, and have not completed the Affiliated Activity application, please see an IAS–USA staff member in the IAS–USA office (Room 603) for assistance. In the spirit of CROI and the goal of promoting scientific collaboration among colleagues, if you are invited to or are attending a meeting or activity that you feel may not have been approved by CROI, please contact an IAS–USA staff member in the IAS–USA office.

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