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  1. Publications Committee

    Publications Committee Publications Committee Description The Publications Committee (PUBS) provides guidance to ensure the optimal positioning of the Association's journals and makes recommendations to the Board of Trustees as appropriate. The Committee also provides scholarly publishing resources for ARVO members and assists the Board of Trustees with related policy decisions. Activities Identifies and addresses topics necessary to stay current with scholarly publishing. Reviews the pe

  2. Board of Trustees

    Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees is comprised of elected members from ARVO's 13 Scientific Sections along with elected and trustee-appointed officers. The president and vice president(s) are elected from within the Board each year. The executive vice president is elected by the general membership to a five-year term and is a voting member of the Board of Trustees. The ARVO executive director serves as an ex officio member of the Board. For more information on Board of Trustee duties,

  3. AMPC Candidates

    All candidate bios and nomination statements are available on the official ballots

  4. Leaders-Volunteers: New Trustees

    Leaders and volunteers Conversations with the new Trustees T. Michael Redmond, PhD, FARVO Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Section National Eye Institute/NIH What do you look forward to the most about being a member of the ARVO Board of Trustees? I hope to serve by advancing the mission of ARVO and furthering its impact on biomedical research and health in these critical times for both science and health. I think that ARVO must be in the vanguard of supporting continued investment in research

  5. Women in research: LDP

    Women in research Sharing experiences and building confidence Spotlight on ARVO’s Leadership Development Program and the mentor-mentee relationship The Leadership Development Program was developed in 2015 as an opportunity to facilitate networking and leadership opportunities within the association. The program targets early to mid-career researchers who are within 10 years of their first faculty/career position and pairs them with a senior ARVO leader with a track record of providing stro

  6. Election results

    Below are results of the voting that commenced at the ARVO 2019 Annual Meeting in Vancouver.  New AMPC members Anatomy and Pathology/Oncology (APO) Section – Anatomy sub-section Frances Rucker, PhD, MCOptom, FAAO Anatomy and Pathology/Oncology (APO) Section – Pathology/Oncology sub-section Vivian Lee, MD Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BI) Section Carlo Rivolta, PhD Clinical/Epidemiologic Research (CL) Section Alison Abraham, PhD Tiarnan Keenan, MD, PhD Cornea (CO) Section - Basic-

  7. Election FAQs

    Frequently asked questions regarding the ARVO elections

  8. Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC)

    Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) A key benefit of ARVO membership is the ability to have your say in the association’s leadership by casting your vote in annual elections. If you are a voting member (Regular, Sustaining and Life) please participate in nominations and elections; every vote counts! Under the direction of the ARVO Executive Vice President, the Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) selects the content for the scientific portion of the ARVO Annual Meeting. Meeting at the

  9. Elections

    Elections Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) Under the direction of the ARVO Executive Vice President, the Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) selects the content for the scientific portion of the ARVO Annual Meeting. Call for nominations period is now open through Feb. 19, 2020. Learn more Board of Trustees Each year, an initial group of candidates are nominated and voted on prior to the Annual Meeting. The two nominees with the highest number of votes in that election will be ann