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In a rapidly changing world, eye and vision researchers are emerging from the lab and the clinic to engage the public, patients and policymakers regarding the sight-saving work that we do and the benefits it brings to our societies. Our passion for our work and commitment to evidence-based science and medicine empower these conversations as they occur around the world. We invite you to join us for the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, where 11,000 international basic and clinical researchers will share the latest breakthroughs in vision research. Engage with your colleagues as we work to advance our science and expand its support within our communities and governments.
Peizeng Yang, MD, PhD, has been the corresponding author of 20 articles published in IOVS from 2012 — 2016. His latest article, Association of a PDCD1 Polymorphism With Sympathetic Ophthalmia in Han Chinese, was published in the August 2017 issue. Yang recently talked with ARVO about his work and what scholarly publishing means to him and the field in the Sept. 8 issue of ARVO Insight.
ARVO 2018 abstract and Special Interest Groups (SIG) submission is open Oct. 16 through Dec. 1.
Choose a half-day or full-day course, to be held Saturday, April 28, one day before ARVO 2018.
Save the date for the 2018 ARVO Imaging in the Eye Conference Saturday, April 28, in Honolulu.
Search through a database of more than 200 funding opportunities in the ARVO Funding Guide.
View upcoming events around the world in ARVO's Vision Community Calendar. Add your own event to the listing.