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  1. Organizers

    Organizers Conference Organizers Committee Members

  2. 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. //

  3. Imaging Program Book

    Thank you for registering for the 2019 Imaging in the Eye Conference. Use the link below to access the Program Book. Download the Imaging in the Eye Program Book  

  4. Housing and registration

    Housing and registration Housing information Make your 2019 ARVO Imaging in the Eye hotel reservation. Registration information Registration information  By March 22   After March 22 ARVO Member US$179 US$219 ARVO Member-In-Training  US$109 US$149 Nonmember  US$229 US$269 Registration includes: Conference full program  Coffee breaks and lunch box Electronic conference materials Cancellation and refund policy: An email request to arvo@arvo.org must be received b

  5. Abstracts

    Abstracts Call for abstracts Abstract submission opens - Friday, January 3, 2020 Abstract deadline - Friday, February 14, 2020 The Imaging in the Eye Program Committee seeks high-quality abstracts describing original, unpublished research results that contain a clear statement of hypothesis, an explanation of methods, a report of data that unequivocally test the hypothesis, and a brief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 their implications. Abstracts submitted for the 2020 ARVO Annual Meeting may not be submitted

  6. Press policy

    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 Katrina Norfleet, Director of Communications. Please direct queries t

  7. Congressional briefing

    A Congressional briefing in Washington, D.C. highlighted how vision research pays for itself