ARVO Anti-harassment policy The members of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) constitute a community of researchers dedicated to advancing research worldwide into understanding the visual system and preventing, treating, and curing its disorders. While freedom of inquiry is at the heart of this enterprise, such freedom carries with it the responsibility of professional conduct. ARVO members, non-member participants and invited guests are entitled to a harassment-
Press policy General information Press credentials are granted to individuals who are on assignment for, or employees of, a media outlet appropriate to the coverage of eye and vision research news. Members of the press credentialed to cover the ARVO Annual Meeting have access to ARVO's press room and receive complimentary meeting registration. All requests for press credentials are subject to the approval and discretion of Julene Joy, Assistant Director of Communications & Digital Strategy.
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: (
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