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  1. 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 degra

  2. Housing and registration

    Registration and housing Registration Rates shown in U.S. dollars   Early bird rate Advance rate Onsite rate   Through June 8  Through July 6      After July 6 Regular attendee $449 $495 $515 Student attendee*      $249 $295 $315  *Students are undergraduate and graduate students, post-graduate fellows, medical students, optometry students and residents. Registration includes: 2.5 days of programming Coffee breaks, two lunches, one opening reception Champalima

  3. Paper Sessions

    2018 Annual Meeting 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

  4. Award Lectures 2018

    Cogan Award Presentation and Lecture From Micro Imaging to Macro Functioning in Glaucoma by Felipe A. Medeiros, MD, PhD, professor of clinical ophthalmology and medical director of the Hamilton Glaucoma Center at the University of California, San Diego Shiley Eye Center   Technological advances have dramatically changed the glaucoma landscape. This lecture addresses some of the challenges in determining how these new technologies can result in meaningful improvements in patient outcomes, from

  5. Organizers responsibilities

    Organizer's responsibilities It is the responsibility of the organizer to work with the assigned hotel or convention center to finalize arrangements, i.e., place orders and arrange for direct billing. IMPORTANT: It is the organizer's responsibility to confirm that all attendees of their ancillary event have registered for the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting. Signage will not be provided by ARVO. An easel can be placed outside the room for your signage upon request. Any changes to your event must

  6. Advertising, room set up and signage

    Advertising, room set up and signage Advertising events If you would like to advertise your event prior to or onsite at the Annual Meeting there are multiple options*: Purchase a membership or registration list - Contact INFOCUS at +1.800.708.5478 or sales@infocusmarketing.com or visit InfocusMarketing.com for rental information and pricing. Please note that these are mailing lists only and do not contain phone, fax, or email data. Post a message on ARVOConnect Purchase an online ad or pr

  7. Billing and payment

    Billing and payment The organizer is responsible for payment of all ancillary event-related costs, including function space rental (if applicable), food and beverage charges (per the signed BEO), audiovisual and/or computer equipment and any special set-up requirements, such as electrical, sound, internet, telephone, etc. The organizer is responsible for confirming that all attendees of their ancillary event are registered for the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting Organizers should review the billi