Fourth annual Clinic on Dynamical Approaches to Infectious Disease Data
December 13-19, 2015
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- Room assignments
- Note that rooms do not lock. If you have valuables that you are not comfortable leaving in an unlocked room, you may give them to Juliet or Becky for safe keeping during our stay at White Oak, and they will be returned to you on Friday.
- Breakfast is served from 8:00-9:00. Lunch is served from 12:30-13:30. Dinner is served from 18:30-20:00.
- Workshop sessions will be held in the Dance Studio, except for evening sessions, which will be held in the Gilman Hall Theater. Gilman Hall is open until midnight.
- On Monday evening, complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served from 18:00-18:30. Monday’s dinner will be served in the Gilman Hall dining room, and all other meals will be served in the café.
- Drinks are available at the Gilman Hall Bar until 23:00. Bar prices are as follows (tax not included):
- $3 for canned beer
- $5 for draft beer
- $8 for mixed drinks
- $8 for wine (per glass)
- $1 for soda/water
- Reservations have been made for all participants at the DoubleTree Jacksonville Airport. Upon arrival at JAX, you should call the hotel at +1-904-741-1997 to let them know you’ve arrived. If you don’t have a US-based mobile phone, you can have the airport information desk call the hotel for you. After collecting your luggage and notifying the hotel of your arrival, follow the signs for ground transportation, then proceed to Pole 6 for pick-up.
- Those of you arriving early are encouraged to meet in the hotel lobby at 6pm on Saturday.
- All DAIDD participants are expected to engage fully in the clinic program. This includes attending all DAIDD sessions.
- Please be aware that participants come from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures. This diversity adds greatly to the DAIDD experience, and all participants should strive to create a welcoming, respectful learning environment.
- Laptop use will not be allowed in the lecture hall during lectures or discussions.