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  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. 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

  3. Interpreting the scientific literature webinar series

    Interpreting the scientific literature webinar series Interpreting the scientific literature webinar series ARVO and the American Academy of Ophthalmology have partnered to develop a three-part webinar series on how to interpret scientific literature and assess whether emerging science can be brought into the clinic. Each webinar is scheduled for 45-minutes and will begin at 5pm PT. Use the links below to register for each webinar.  Can’t make the live events? All webinars will be recorded an

  4. Symposia

    Annual Meeting Session Recordings: Symposia Proteostasis networks: challenges and therapeutic opportunities for ocular diseases Proteostasis, or protein homeostasis, is a key achievement of cells that impact critically on virtually every aspect of cell physiology, functions and lifespan. The cellular machinery that underpins Proteostasis integrates complex, multi-layered regulatory networks affecting global protein synthesis, protein trafficking and processing, folding, aggregation and degra

  5. 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