Membership in ARVO benefits the education and career development of members-in-training in a variety of ways. This includes targeted events and workshops at the Annual Meeting, opportunities for networking with colleagues, and information about funding and professional development.
ARVO 2013 Annual Meeting
has new workshops and features just for our Members-in-Training. Make sure you
see what's waiting
for you in Seattle!
Who are Members-in-Training
"Members-in-Training" are ARVO Members who are students and/or trainees in the early stages of their career. Membership dues are significantly lowered for this class of members.
The MIT Committee is available to address the needs and concerns of Members-in-Training. They're the reason more student/trainee workshops are available at the Annual Meeting this year! Share your thoughts and comments by contacting the MIT Committee or get involved by volunteering to serve for a two-year term.
How you benefit
Members-in-Training benefit from all the advantages others experience from being an ARVO Member. MITs can especially benefit from member resources, including:
Search for fellow members you might have met at the Annual Meeting or those in your cross-sectional groups.
ARVO members have free access to the archive of ARVO Annual Meeting abstracts.
ARVO's online education provides CMEs and past Annual Meeting workshops and lectures.
Here are some other resources you might enjoy as a trainee:
Home to the best jobs in eye and vision research.
ARVO Funding Guide
Updated regularly with deadlines, and grants and fellowship information.
Network with other members and stay connected with ARVO information and events.
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