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  1. CME/CE

    Obtaining credits for attending ARVO's CME-certified activities.

  2. CME

    Continuing Medical Education Program Educational objectives After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:  Discuss the results of basic and clinical ophthalmology investigations and vision research underway, relevant to my area of interest or practice. Describe new models and methods being used by researchers and practitioners in eye and vision science.  Cite ways in which new research data and methods may influence my research and/or practice. Discuss prospec

  3. 2019-AI

    Artificial intelligence – from benchtop to bedside Lead Organizer: Michael David Abramoff, MD, PhD, FARVO, Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, IDx Presentation files and reference materials The following files are for use by attendees of the course only. The list below represents the files submitted for delivery to attendees prior to the course. Presenters will be asked to give permission to distribute the remaining presentations after the course. Varad

  4. 2019 OcularIm

    Ocular immunology: Fundamentals, disease entities, and future therapeutic opportunities Organizers: Reza Dana, MD, Mass. Eye & Ear Infirmary / Harvard Medical School, (Lead), Sunil Chauhan, PhD, Harvard Medical School and Daniel Saban, PhD, Duke University School of Medicine Presentation files The following files are for use by attendees of the course only. The list below represents the files for which permission has been granted to share.  Introduction- Spectrum of Ocular Immunopathologie

  5. 2019-Stats

    Statistical methods for correlated eye data Organizers: Maureen G Maguire, PhD, FARVO, University of Pennsylvania and Gui-shuang Ying, PhD, University of Pennsylvania Presentation files The following files are for use by attendees of the course only.  Current Approaches to the Statistical Analysis of Correlated Eye Data by Maureen G. Maguire, PhD Download the file Analysis for Continuous Correlated Outcomes in Cross-sectional Studies by Gui-shuang Ying, PhD Download the file Analysis of

  6. 2019-Electro

    Applying electrophysiological techniques to translational vision research Organizer: Mitchell G Brigell, PhD FARVO, VP Clinical Development, Aerpio Pharmaceuticals Presentation files The following files are for use by attendees of the course only. The list below represents the files submitted for delivery to attendees prior to the course. Presenters will be asked to give permission to distribute the remaining presentations after the course. Basic principles for recording electrophysiologic

  7. 2019-DR

    Diabetic retinopathy: What's new Organizers: Renu A Kowluru, PhD, FARVO, Wayne State Univeristy, Kresge Eye Institute, (Lead) and Arup Das, MD, PhD, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, NM VA Health Care System Presentation files The following files are for use by attendees of the course only. The list below represents the files submitted for delivery to attendees prior to the course. Presenters will be asked to give permission to distribute the remaining presentations after the cou

  8. Section/Session PDFs 2017

    AP - Anatomy and Pathology.Oncology BI - Biochemistry.Molecular Biology CL - Clinical.Epidemiologic Research CO - Cornea EY - Eye Movements.Strabismus.Amblyopia.Neuro-Ophthalmology GEN - Genetics Cross-Sectional Group GL - Glaucoma IM - Immunology.Microbiology LE - Lens LV - Low Vision Cross-Sectional Group MOI - Multidisciplinary Ophthalmic Imaging Cross-Sectional Group NO ORGANIZING SECTION - Symposia PH – Physiology.Pharmacology RC - Retinal Cell Biology RE - Retina VI - Visual Psychophys