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  1. Paper Sessions

    Annual Meeting 2018 Session Recordings: Paper Sessions Anatomy and Pathology/Oncology New Perspectives in Human Myopia Research Basic Innovations in Oncology Clinical Innovations in Oncology Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of AMD Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Diabetic Retinopathy Gene Therapies Clinical/Epidemiologic Research Genetic Epidemiology Healthcare Delivery Nutrition and Eye Disease Cornea Dry Eye Clinical Corneal Neovascularization a

  2. Special Sessions

    Annual Meeting 2018 Session Recordings: Special Sessions Military Relevant Priorities and Strategies for Injury Diagnostics and Treatments The military recognizes that the diagnosis and treatment of combat ocular trauma injuries is a critical medical capability shortfall. Engagement with academic, industry, interagency, and other partners is vital to obtain the necessary diagnostics and treatments for this capability gap. Ocular injuries sustained during combat are often in austere environm

  3. 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 degr

  4. Workshops

    Annual Meeting 2018 Recorded Sessions: Workshops Experimental design for optimal animal research in the age of the 'reproducibility crisis' Animal models play a vital role in ocular research. Data obtained using animal models provide vital pre-clinical evidence for the decision of whether to continue to clinical trials or not. In vivo experiments also are fundamental for determining the molecular basis of physiology and pathophysiology, especially in complex tissues like the eye. The import

  5. CME/CE

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

  6. ARVOLearn

    Educational resources for eye and vision scientists

  7. CME

    Continuing Medical Education Program The list of CME sessions for ARVO 2019 will be ready in late-March 2019. The CME program typically includes 100+ sessions with a maximum credit amount of approximately 29-31 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™  that can be earned by attending all five days of the meeting.  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 un