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  1. Abstracts

    Abstracts Abstract submission is now closed. First authors were notified on April 20, 2018. For questions about abstracts, please send inquiries to: ooo@arvo.org or call 240.221.2900. Abstract reference tools Paper Presentation Guidelines Poster Presentation Guidelines Abstract Submission Policies and Procedures Abstract Submission FAQs Abstract Withdrawal and Substitute Presenter Policy Successful Abstract Submission Guidelines Commercial Relationship Disclosures Registering Clini

  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. 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

  4. Online Press Kit

    Online Press Kit Emerging tends and hot topics for Monday, April 30 Emerging trends and hot topics for Sunday, April 29 Annual Meeting press releases Media Advisory Latest advances in eye and vision research featured at ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting Studies highlight potential new approaches to treating vision conditions - Monday, April 30 Cutting-edge research may help prevent and improve nearsightedness - Sunday, April 29 News conference to feature high tech advances in vision research A

  5. Beckman-Argyros Award in Vision Research

    Beckman-Argyros Award in Vision Research Thursday, May 3, 1 - 2pm James G. Fujimoto, PhD Elihu Thomson Professor of Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Massachusetts Institute of Technology James Fujimoto pioneered OCT imaging in ophthalmology, now considered the standard of care with more than 30 million procedures performed worldwide every year. OCT can be combined with a range of instruments and Fujimoto is currently developing advanced optical i

  6. Champalimaud Lecture

    ARVO/Champalimaud Award Lecture The Champalimaud Vision Award is given to research groups actively involved in basic or clinical research that have contributed to important progress in understanding and preserving vision. Tuesday, May 1 5:30pm – 6:30 pm Award Laureates: Dr. Rainald Duerksen and Dr. Sunday Isiyaku, Sightsavers The Sightsavers and CBM have been fighting for decades against blindness in dozens of countries around the world. Both are recognized as pioneers in this area, having

  7. Program

    Program Conference program The conference program includes podium sessions, with opening and closing keynote lectures, a tour of the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, poster sessions and multiple opportunities for attendees to network. Speakers are international experts in oncogenesis and oncology, from the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown and other ophthalmic centers around the globe.  Program schedule overview Wednesday, July 18 – afternoon registration hours (Attendees may also che

  8. Meeting policies

    Meeting policies ARVO Anti-harassment Policy The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) has zero tolerance for discrimination and all forms of harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment. This zero-tolerance policy means that no form of discriminatory or harassing conduct by or toward any ARVO member, exhibitor, presenter, attendee or staff member will be tolerated. This includes, but it not limited to: harassment toward another individual on the basis of

  9. Meeting policies

    Meeting policies ARVO Anti-harassment Policy The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) has zero tolerance for discrimination and all forms of harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment. This zero-tolerance policy means that no form of discriminatory or harassing conduct by or toward any ARVO member, exhibitor, presenter, attendee or staff member will be tolerated. This includes, but it not limited to: harassment toward another individual on the basis of