The 2016 workshop will be held Wednesday, October 26 through Saturday, October 29, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Registrations can now only be done onsite in Charlotte during the following times:
- Wednesday, October 26: 3-9 pm
- Thursday, October 27: 7 am-5 pm
- Friday, October 28: 8 am-12 pm
Click here to view the workshop schedule.
The available days under the APV housing block are Monday, October 24 through Saturday, October 29. If you are attending AALAS and want to stay in the Westin, you will need to book thru the AALAS housing site once it opens in a few weeks. We will work with the Westin hotel after housing closes for both groups to identify those attending both so they can stay in the same hotel room. However, the invoice will have 2 separate hotel rates.
Book housing here.
There is a $25 flat fare from Charlotte Douglas International to any destination in Center City. Base charge covers up to 2 people; $2 for each additional person. Rates to other areas of town are metered at $2.50 for passenger pick up and $.50 for each 1/5th of a mile. Call Yellow Cab at 704-444-4444 to schedule service or any group-related services.
The Charlotte Area Transit System, known as CATS, operates the Sprinter Bus that runs every 20 minutes from the airport to Center City. The bus stops are located near the Doubletree Gateway Village, Marriott City Center, Omni, Ritz-Carlton, and aloft Uptown. The Sprinter Bus is designed to accommodate luggage and is a hybrid, offering a green solution. Cost is $2.20 for a one-way trip.
- American Chauffeured Transportation, 704-445-7769, theamericanct.com
- CLT Express Transportation, 704-825-0666, cltexpress.com
- Peak Limousine, 704-568-1200, peaklimo.com
- Rose Chauffeured Transportation, Ltd., 704-522-8258 or 800-377-6912, rose-limo.com
- SilverFox Chauffeured Transportation, 04-622-9944, silverfoxlimos.com
For a complete list of transportation companies including charter bus/shuttle companies, visit: charlottesgotalot.com/transportation.
Case Reports, What’s Your Diagnosis, Poster, and Travel Grant Submissions
- Time limit is 15 minutes total for each presentation so aim for a 12 minute presentation (approximately 15 PPt slides) and allow approximately 3 minutes for questions.
- Adhere to the time limit to keep the workshop on schedule.
- Practice your presentation to ensure you meet the 15 minute time limit.
- Introduce yourself to the moderator prior to the start of the session.
- Your presentation must be loaded in advance. Please get with the AV specialist or session moderator at the break prior to your presentation time.
- When told by the moderator that your time is up, you must leave the podium, even if there are still audience members with questions (they can be addressed after the session or during the session breaks).
Continuing Education Credit
The 2015 APV Workshop was approved for 18 continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval; however, participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Contact email@example.com if you have questions. APV will be providing a certificate of attendance to each registrant.
Your continued support of APV is greatly appreciated!
|43rd||Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch Oct. 28-31, 2015, Scottsdale, AZ: 317 attendees, 22 CEUs|
|42nd||La Cantera Hill Country Resort Oct. 15–18, 2014, San Antonio, TX: 327 attendees, 19.5 CEUs|
|41st||Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Oct. 23–26, 2013, Cambridge, MD: 289 attendees, 24 CEUs|
|40th||Crowne Plaza St. Paul Riverfront Oct. 31–Nov. 3, 2012, St. Paul, MN: 281 attendees, 27 CEUs|
|39th||Lowes Coronado Bay Resort Sept. 28–Oct. 1, 2011, San Diego, CA: 335 attendees, 25 CEUs|
|38th||Emory Conference Center Hotel/Emory Inn October 6–9, 2010, Atlanta, GA: 345 attendees, 26 CEUs|
|37th||Omni Interlocken Resort November 4–7, 2009, Broomfield, CO: 354 attendees, 24 CEUs|
|36th||Indianapolis Marriott North Nov. 5–8, 2008, Indianapolis, IN: 286|
|35th||Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel Oct. 11–13, 2007, Charlotte, NC: 290|
|34th||The Chateaux at Silver Lake Oct. 12–14, 2006, Park City, UT: 291|
|33rd||Embassy Suites & St. Charles Convention Center Nov. 3–5, 2005, St. Louis, MO: 233|
|32nd||Saddlebrook Resort Oct. 14–16, 2004, Tampa, FL|
|31st||Sheraton Tacoma Hotel Oct. 10–12, 2003, Tacoma, WA|
|30th||Tapatio Springs Golf Resort & Conference Center Oct. 25–27, 2002, Boerne, TX|
|29th||Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor Oct. 18-20, 2001, Baltimore, MD|
|28th||Bahia Hotel & Resort Nov. 3-5, 2000, San Diego, CA|
|27th||Indianapolis Marriot North Nov. 5-7 1999, Indianapolis, IN|
|26th||Cincinnati Marriot Oct. 16-18, 1998, Cincinnati, OH|
|25th||Santa Monica Doubletree Hotel Nov. 14-16, 1997, Santa Monica, CA|
|24th||The Madison Concourse Hotel Aug. 15-18, 1996, Madison, WI|
|23rd||Baltimore Marriot Hotel Oct. 13-15, 1995, Baltimore, MD|
|22nd||Pittsburgh Hilton & Towers Oct. 14-16, 1994, Pittsburgh, PA|
|21st||Holiday Inn—Crown Plaza Nov. 12-14, 1993, Nashville, TN|
|20th||Holiday Inn—Embarcadero Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1992, San Diego, CA|
|19th||Holiday Inn—Rochester South Oct. 18-20, 1991, Rochester, NY|
|18th||Hyatt Regency Hotel July 13-16, 1990, Sacramento, CA|
|17th||University of Southern Alabama Aug. 25-27, 1989, Mobile, AL|
|16th||Hotel St. Regis Oct. 7-9, 1988, Detroit, MI|
|15th||Keystone Lodge Nov. 6-8, 1987, Keystone, CO|
|14th||Indian Lakes Resort Oct. 3-5, 1986, Bloomingdale, IL|
|13th||Columbia Inn Nov. 1-3, 1985, Columbia, MD|
|12th||Vernon Manos Hotel Oct. 26-28, 1984, Cincinnati, OH|
|11th||Southwest Foundation for Research and Education Nov. 4-6, 1983 San Antonio, TX|
|10th||Washington Regional Primate Research Center May 26-28, 1982 Seattle, WA|
|9th||Wisconsin Primate Research Center May 27-29, 1981, Madison, WI|
|8th||Caribbean Primate Research Center May 22-24, 1980, San Juan, PR|
|7th||LEMSIP May 23-25, 1979, Tuxedo, NY|
|6th||Southwest Foundation for Research and Education May 3-5, 1978 San Antonio, TX|
|5th||Oregon Primate Research Center May 5-6, 1977, Portland, OR|
|4th||Yemassee Primate Center April 27-28, 1976, Fripps Island, SC|
|3rd||California Primate Research Center April 23-24, 1975, Davis, CA|
|2nd||Delta Primate Research Cente May 20-21, 1974 , Covington, LA|
|1st||National Institutes of Health March 7-8, 1973, Bethesda, MD|