| ARVO Home | Mobile Version | Print-Friendly Version | Send to a Friend |
Feb. 22, 2017




 

 

Manage ARVO e-News
Search Back Issues

In This Issue
Events & education
Imaging conference abstract submission deadline extended
New online training modules: Research essentials
Everything ARVO
Will new human research policies affect you?
ARVO Foundation
Clayton to present keynote address at WEAVR Luncheon
Researchers from developing countries receive travel awards
International Chapter Affiliate updates
What's happening across the globe?
ARVO journals
IOVS
JOV
TVST
ARVOJobs
Who's hiring?
Grants
Funding opportunities
Events & education
New online training modules: Research essentials

ARVO's Online Education — designed by vision researchers for vision researchers — offers essential training and career development for scientists at all career levels. Research Essentials is a series of recently developed self-paced modules are now available to provide core knowledge and skills for eye and vision scientists. Upon completion of each module, participants can obtain a certificate of completion. The modules are free to members.

New:

  • Guide to scientific method and experimental design
  • Guide to eye and vision research techniques               
  • Guide to human subjects research     
  • Guide to scientific publishing

and

  • Guide to scientific peer review 
  • Strategies for effective grant writing

To learn more about the Online Education Research Essentials series, career development resources and meeting presentations, visit arvo.org/online_education

top of page up arrow Back to Contents Page Previous Article | Next Article
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
1801 Rockville Pike, Suite 400 | Rockville MD 20852-5622
tel: +1.240.221.2900 | fax: +1.240.221.0370 | arvo@arvo.org | www.arvo.org
You are receiving ARVO Insight as a member service or because of your involvement with ARVO.

View ARVO's Privacy Policy.

To ensure delivery of Insight, please add arvo@arvo.org to your e-mail address book or Safe Sender List.
If you are still having problems receiving our communications, get more information about white-listing.