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  1. Abstract Rejection Criteria

    Abstract Rejection Criteria The Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) seeks high-quality abstracts that contain a clear statement of hypothesis, an explanation of methods, a report of data that unequivocally test the hypothesis and a brief discussion of their implications. Spelling and grammar must be correct.    The Annual Meeting Program Committee has established the following criteria to determine the rejection of abstracts. The decision of the AMPC is final.    1.1 There is concern in

  2. ARVO Abstract Citation Statement

    ARVO Abstract Citation Statement As of May 27, 2002 ARVO publications:   The ARVO Board of Trustees on May 4, 2002, approved the following abstract citation policy for its journals,  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science and Journal of Vision, and Translational Vision Science and Technology. Effective with June 1, 2002 manuscript submissions, all citations to ARVO abstracts are to appear parenthetically within the text, not as bibliographic references, using the following format: (

  3. Members-in-Training Outstanding Poster Awards

    Members-in-Training Outstanding Poster Awards MIT First Authors of the top five (5) scored abstracts scheduled as Poster presentations from each Scientific Section and Cross-sectional Group will be eligible for consideration as award recipients and invited to participate in the MIT Outstanding Poster Award Competition during the Annual Meeting. One award recipient will be selected from each Scientific Section and Cross-Sectional Group. Each recipient will receive a $100 award and an award

  4. Meeting policies

    Meeting policies ARVO Anti-harassment Policy The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) has zero tolerance for discrimination and all forms of harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment. This zero-tolerance policy means that no form of discriminatory or harassing conduct by or toward any ARVO member, exhibitor, presenter, attendee or staff member will be tolerated. This includes, but it not limited to: harassment toward another individual on the basis of

  5. Presentation FAQs

    FAQ for online presentations and publishing of ARVO 2020 accepted abstracts If I want to submit an online presentation, do I also have to have my abstract published in IOVS? Submitting an online presentation is like presenting at ARVO, so your abstract should also be published in Investigative Ophthalmology & Vision Science (IOVS). However, these two options are not mutually exclusive. If you have extraordinary circumstances, you may submit a recorded presentation without publishing. Are po

  6. Abstracts

    Abstracts and SIGs Submissions will be accepted until Jan. 8, 2021, at 11:59pm U.S. EST The 2021 Annual Meeting will be presented in a hybrid format, with both in-person and virtual options for presenters and attendees.  The Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) is seeking high-quality abstracts describing original, unpublished* research results. Abstract submissions must contain a clear statement of hypothesis, an explanation of methods, and a report of data that unequivocally test the h

  7. Members-in-Training

    Members-in-Training 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’s Board of Trustees approved a new Professional Code of Conduct.  Each new and renewing member will be required to confirm that they have read and agree to follow this statement as a condi