ARVO holds a host of events throughout the Annual Meeting to bring attendees together and connect. In the final installation of this 5-part blog series, get details and tips on how you can make the most of networking at the Meeting.
Attending the 2022 Annual Meeting in Denver and looking for some cheap eats, travel tips, and fun spots to check out? Here are some suggestions from local bloggers.
Social events are definitely worth attending as a first timer to the Annual Meeting. In part 4 of this 5-part blog series, get details on events hosted by the ARVO Foundation for Eye Research and how you can attend.
The Exhibit Hall at the Annual Meeting is a fantastic way to meet a diverse range of people involved in vision research. In part 3 of this 5-part blog series for first timers, get great tips on networking and forming rewarding connections while discovering new ways to advance your research.
Presenting a paper or poster for the first time at this year's Annual Meeting? In the second installation of this 5-part series for first timers, check out these useful tips on how to prepare for a successful presentation.
Will you be a newbie at this year's ARVO Annual Meeting? In the first installation of this 5-part series, check out these helpful tips on what to expect and how to get the most out of your first Annual Meeting.
By Marco Zarbin (Editor-In-Chief); Aaron Lee (Associate Editor); Pearse Keane (Associate Editor); Michael Chiang (Associate Editor emeritus)
Learn more about ARVO's Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (IOVS) journal and its evolution during its 50+ year history.
W. Daniel Stamer, PhD, FARVO takes a look back at his term as ARVO president, reflecting on the challenges he faced and his major initiatives.
Learn more about ARVO's Journal of Vision and its contributions to the study of functional vision.
Working on your research video presentation and in need of advice? Read these useful tips offered by fellow presenters on best practices that can help you make a great online presentation.
How do you make a great e-presentation? Learn from these tips on how to turn your planned paper presentation of your research into an impactful video-recorded version.
The final leg of this series guides you step-by-step through simplifying a poster design and provides extra resources to consult for additional design tips.
For the third part of the Poster Clinic, delve into the details of crafting your design. Examples of past posters by the author are included for inspiration.
In the first half of this 4-part series, learn about the importance of good poster design and how to effectively communicate your research to your target audience.
By Kristina Beaugh, director of the National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP) at NEI
By NEI Acting Director Santa J. Tumminia, PhD
By Marco Zarbin, MD, PhD, FARVO