Search Results for

Showing 1 - 10 of 39 results
  1. 2018 Annual Meeting Session Recordings

    Annual Meeting 2018 Session Recordings Stand strong for science: Stand for strong vision science Below are categories of select recordings from the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting, held April 28 - May 3 in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Session recordings

  2. Call for conference proposals

    Call for Conference Proposals Call for Conference Proposals The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) is soliciting proposals from ARVO members wishing to serve as an organizer of an ARVO Conference. These conferences are for the purpose of providing eye and vision science content of broad appeal and/or great significance to the field outside the framework of the ARVO Annual Meeting. Proposal outline Review the Brief Conference Proposal Outline before submitting your pr

  3. Add a meeting

    Add a meeting Fill out the form below to add an event to the Vision Community Calendar. Fill out my online form. //

  4. Award Lectures

    Annual Meeting 2018 Recorded Sessions: Award Lectures Cogan Award Presentation and Lecture From Micro Imaging to Macro Functioning in Glaucoma by Felipe A. Medeiros, MD, PhD, professor of clinical ophthalmology and medical director of the Hamilton Glaucoma Center at the University of California, San Diego Shiley Eye Center   Technological advances have dramatically changed the glaucoma landscape. This lecture addresses some of the challenges in determining how these new technologies can res

  5. Cross-sectional Group Sessions

    Annual Meeting 2018 Recorded Sessions: Cross-sectional Group   MOI Group - Visible Light OCT The utility of visible light OCT has been demonstrated in both clinical and research studies for retinal imaging (Anatomy, angiography and oximetry). This is a rapidly evolving technology that could have a significant impact on ophthalmic research and clinical studies. This MOI session provides the most updated information regarding visible OCT and discusses the current limitations and future direct

  6. Minisymposia

    Annual Meeting 2018 Session Recordings: Minisymposia   20/20 Visual acuity is not enough – again 20/20 visual acuity cannot characterize the complexity of human vision. The useful vision includes a wide array of sub-systems. All of these depend on optical and neural substrates that work in sometimes surprising ways, moreso with changes due to adaptation or to disease. All of the sub-systems interact, such as central and peripheral vision interacting. This seminar will discuss how the visual