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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 Congratulations to the following winners of the MIT Poster Award Contest: Anatomy and Pathology/Oncology Léo Piquet Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Thilo Buck Clinical/Epidemiologic Research Jeannette Yu Cornea Tomas Blanco Eye Movements/Strabismus/Amblyopia/Neuro-Ophthalmology Sohaib Rufai Genetics Cross-sectional Group Neeru Vallabh Glaucoma Tasneem Khatib Immunology/Microbiology Melinda Grosser Lens Fatima Wazin Low Visi

  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. Membership categories and dues

    Membership details Summary of membership categories and benefits; see category descriptions below chart. 2018 Dues and Benefits Structure   Benefit Regular/Life $245/$4,900   Member-in-Training (MIT): Student/Predoctoral or Postgraduate/Resident $120   Retired/ Emeritus Fellow $110 annual fee/$0 Abstract submission X X    Discounted meeting registration X X X Travel grants    X    Access to ARVOConnect X X X Annual Meeting recordings X X X Online Educati

  6. Abstracts

    Abstracts Abstract and Special Interest Groups (SIG) submission is now closed The Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) seeks high-quality abstracts describing original, unpublished research results 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 the implications. The abstract must be work that has not been submitted for publication or preprint before the abstract submission deadlin

  7. Member discounts on journals

    Member discounts on journals Journal and Publisher Rates (in U.S. Dollars unless noted) Current Eye Research Email: Megan.Monachino@taylorandfrancis.com Contact: Megan Monachino ARVO Customer ID required 2018 ARVO Member Rate (Online Only) : $250.00  (Personal subscriptions only/institutional addresses not accepted) Neuro-Ophthalmology Email: Megan.Monachino@taylorandfrancis.com Contact: Megan Monachino ARVO Customer ID required 2018 ARVO Member  Rate (Online Only)