The MidWinter Meeting is held each year and is the primary meeting of the society. At this meeting an Award of Merit is given to a scientist for recognition of outstanding scientific achievement. The Award of Merit recipients were duly recognized at ceremonies highlighting both their life and their science.
Previous ARO Midwinter Meetings have brought together over 1700 investigators from around the world to present current results in hearing, vestibular function, and related fields, as well as representatives of funding agencies, publishers, and scientific vendors.
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Over 1,700 attendees explore the Exhibit Hall looking for technologies and products related to the field of otolaryngology.
ARO attendees are looking for:
• Biochemical supplies
• Biological reagents
• Cochlear implants
• Computer systems and software data acquisition
• Electrophysiology manufacturers
• Genetics supplies
• Histology/Histopathology/Histochemistry supplies
• Laboratory supplies
• Microscopy equipment
• Molecular Biology supplies
• Neuroanatomical supplies and equipment companies
• Neurophysiology hardware
• Noise protection
• Optical instrumentation and computer imaging systems
• Sound measurement and sound synthesis
• Surgical tools
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The Association for Research in Otolaryngology is an international association of scientists and physicians dedicated to scientific exploration among all of the disciplines in the field of otolaryngology. Research efforts involve the ear, nose, head, neck and related functions including hearing, balance, speech, taste and smell among others. A wide range of scientific approaches is represented including biochemical, physiological, behavioral, developmental, and evolutionary.