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  1. Developing Country Eye Researcher Travel Fellowships

    Developing Country Eye Researcher Travel Fellowships The Developing Country Eye Researcher Travel Fellowship (DCERF) program brings aspiring scientists from developing nations to the ARVO Annual Meeting. The goal of the program is to provide young researchers with access to the latest in vision science while offering the opportunity to network with colleagues, mentors and thought leaders to develop an effective vision research program in their home countries.  DCERF recipients are assigned t

  2. Developing Country Eye Researcher Travel Fellowships

    Developing Country Eye Researcher Travel Fellowships The Developing Country Eye Researcher Travel Fellowship (DCERF) program brings aspiring scientists from developing nations to the ARVO Annual Meeting. The goal of the program is to provide young researchers with access to the latest in vision science while offering the opportunity to network with colleagues, mentors and thought leaders to develop an effective vision research program in their home countries.  DCERF recipients are assigned t

  3. About the WEAVR Luncheon

    Women in Eye and Vision Research Luncheon Join over 400 of your colleagues for a networking lunch during the ARVO Annual Meeting in support of women in eye and vision science. All are welcome to attend. 11th Annual WEAVR Luncheon Monday, April 29, 2019 1:15 - 2:45pm Vancouver Convention Centre Tickets for this event will go on sale in October.   Event proceeds All proceeds from the event benefit female scientists. Funds raised at the 2017 WEAVR Luncheon supported two 2018 travel grants f

  4. Travel grants

    ARVO Foundation travel grants In 2002, the ARVO Foundation established and awarded its first travel grants. As of 2018, the Foundation has supported travel expenses for over 1,000 young researchers from around the world to report their work at the ARVO Annual Meeting. The Foundation currently offers 32 named travel grants that support over 180 researchers annually. Travel grants are awarded based on abstracts submitted to the ARVO Annual Meeting. Grants are awarded to the highest scored abst