Izabela Garaszczuk (ESR 1) and Clara Llorens Quintana (ESR 3) along with Professor James Wolffsohn attended the ARVO (The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology) annual meeting taking place in Baltimore, Maryland, between 7th and 11th May 2017.
The conference was hosted by Baltimore Convention Center.
The Annual ARVO Meeting is the largest scientific conference attracting over 11,000 vision science researchers from more than 75 countries. About 45% of attendees are from outside the U.S.
Izabela and Clara had a chance to present their research among those 11,000 international researchers, sharing the latest breakthrough in vision sciences and ophthalmology. The program covered a large variety of topics, from basic science to clinical practice, divided into over a dozen different sections.
Clara presented her recent research discoveries with the poster entitled “Automated non-invasive method for dry eye prediction” and Izabela was presenting her side project, which was the result of cooperation with Danilo A. Jesus – ESR from other Marie Curie ITN action, called AGEYE. The poster was entitled “Scleral radius estimation based on anterior eye surface“.
The theme of the ARVO 2017 Annual Meeting was Research: Global connections in vision research. The conference allowed people to socialize and meet other scientists and eye care professionals. It was a wonderful opportunity for the ESR to meet researchers who share the same scientific background and to exchange ideas and expertize. A very high level of lectures and guest speakers talked about the most recent state of the art in ophthalmology and vision science. It was a very educational and positive experience for the ESRs.
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