ARVO/ISOCB 2011 Meeting

Sep 07 - 10, 2011 Vancouver, Canada

Welcome to ARVO/ISOCB

The ARVO/ISOCB Ocular Cell Biology Meeting is a biennial international conference that promotes interaction among cell biologists working in all areas of ocular health and disease. It also serves as a forum for sharing information and new developments with the larger eye and vision research community. 

ARVO/ISOCB 2011 Meeting
September 7–10
Vancouver, Canada

Program sessions include: 

  • Ocular cell structure and dynamics
  • Cell development and regeneration in ocular biology
  • Signaling and ion channels
  • Protein and vesicle trafficking
  • Molecular and cellular mechanisms in ocular diseases I
  • Molecular and cellular mechanisms in ocular diseases II
  • Cytoskeletal structure and extracellular matrix in ocular biology
  • Cilium structure and disease
  • Oxidative stress, inflammation, angiogenesis
  • Stem cell biology and therapy

Program Organizing Committee
Course director: Robert Molday, PhD, University of British Columbia, Canada
Melinda Duncan, PhD, University of Delaware, USA
John Greenwood, PhD, Institute of Ophthalmology, UK
Ordan Lehmann, MD, PhD, University of Alberta, Canada
Stephen Moss, PhD, Institute of Ophthalmology, UK
Mary Ann Stepp, PhD, George Washington University, USA
David Williams, PhD, University of California Los Angeles, USA 

ARVO/ISOCB replaces the ARVO Ocular Cell and Molecular Biology (OCMB) Conference. ARVO invites former ISOCB members to join ARVO, paying the same dues as regular ARVO members. Dues will no longer be collected for ISOCB.

See also: 

Phoenix research labs