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  1. Brazil

    Brazilian Chapter Affiliate Brazilian Research Association for Vision and Ophthalmology (BRAVO) Background Established in 2004, BRAVO has approximately 200 basic researchers and holds an Annual Meeting each year with approximately 2,000 attendees. Located in São Paulo, BRAVO is also one of nine scientific societies in Brazil that are part of the Federation of Experimental Biology Societies (FESBE). BRAVO became an International Chapter Affiliate on Oct. 21, 2006. Mission Bring together B

  2. China

    Chinese Chapter Affiliate Chinese Congress of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (CCRVO) Background Chinese Congress of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (CCRVO) was established in February 2009 to mainly focus on basic visual and ophthalmological research. CCRVO is affiliated with Chinese Ophthalmological Society (COS) of Chinese Medical Association. There are more than 800 members of CCRVO consisted of both COS members and many vision scientists and researchers. Typically CCRVO holds

  3. Hungary

    Hungarian Chapter Affiliate Hungarian Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (HARVO) Background HARVO was founded in March 2007 in the Department of Ophthalmology at Semmelweis University Budapest as a section of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society. HARVO hosts an annual symposium with over 150 attendees, in conjunction with the annual Congress of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society. HARVO became an international chapter affiliate in No. 14, 2007. Mission To promote ey

  4. Colombia

    Colombian Chapter Affiliate Colombian Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (CARVO) Background CARVO's purpose is to encourage and support research in Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador with the goal of strengthening the knowledge and training of new ophthalmologists. CARVO is located in Bogotá, Colombia and became an international chapter affiliate on Jan. 14, 2013. Mission To foment and facilitate eye and vision investigation, assist in developing researchers' careers and st

  5. Israel

    Israeli Chapter Affiliate Israeli Society for Vision and Eye Research (ISVER) Background First established in 1979 as the Israeli Association for the Study of Eye and Vision, ISVER has approximately 180 basic and clinical eye and vision researchers and hosts an annual scientific meeting with upwards of 120 presentations. ISVER became an ARVO international chapter affiliate on April 29, 2006. Mission To promote eye and vision research in Israel and to encourage cooperation between physicia

  6. Austria

    Austrian Chapter Affiliate Austrian Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (AARVO) Background AARVO was established in 2008 as a working group of the Austrian Ophthalmological Society located in Vienna, Austria. Members of AARVO are basic eye and vision scientists. Meetings are held annually in conjunction with the Austrian Ophthalmological Society. AARVO became an international chapter affiliate on May 2, 2009. Mission To foster communication between Austrian eye researcher

  7. International Chapter Affiliates

    International Chapter Affiliates ARVO International Chapter Affiliates The partnership between ARVO and its Chapter Affiliates connects the global community of eye and vision scientists and advances research worldwide into understanding the visual system and preventing, treating and curing its disorders. Chapter Affiliates Respond regionally to the interests and needs of eye and vision researchers around the world. Host regional scientific and educational programs and networking opportuni

  8. Bench to Bedside B2B Meeting

    Bench to Bedside (B2B) Meeting Coming to Baltimore in 2020 ARVO's Bench to Bedside (B2B) Meeting ARVO's Board of Trustees has officially approved a unique program to educate members on how to advance translational ideas to clinically applied products. This program will encourage and foster an innovation mindset amongst ARVO members. What is the Bench to Bedside (B2B) Meeting? The new B2B program, which will be geared toward the pipeline's early stage will provide companies with an opportuni

  9. Collaborations and partnerships

    Collaborations and partnerships Although ARVO is not a grant-making institution, the Association welcomes opportunities to join, partner and collaborate with organizations and institutions on relevant activities that support our mission, members and strategic goals. To propose a collaboration, please fill out our Collaboration Request Form below. We strongly suggest you review ARVO's External Collaborations Policy prior to completing the form to gain an understanding of the types of collaborat