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November 20, 2017



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Meet the 2018 editors-in-chief
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Editor profiles
Meet the 2018 editors-in-chief
Investigative Ophthalmology & Vision Science (IOVS)
Donald Hood, PhD, FARVO, the James F. Bender Professor of Psychology and professor of ophthalmic science (in ophthalmology), has been a member of the Columbia University faculty since 1969. Hood is a longtime supporter of ARVO journals, having served on the editorial boards of all three journals and authored many articles in each. He will now bring his considerable administrative and scientific experience to the role of EIC of IOVS.

Journal of Vision (JOV)
Andrew B. Watson, PhD, FARVO, is a senior vision scientist at Apple. Prior to joining Apple, he worked for many years at the NASA Ames Research Center in California. As the founding editor of JOV in 2001, Watson now returns to lead the journal beginning in 2018. There is, perhaps, no better account of the innovations brought to the vision sciences community in JOV through Watson’s leadership than his 10th anniversary editorial. In it, he describes the drive to maintain affordable open access, to achieve a sustainable presence and to provide technological innovation.
Translational Vision Science & Technology (TVST)
Marco Zarbin, MD, PhD, FACS, is chair of the Institute of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School (R-NJMS) and chief of ophthalmology at University Hospital in Newark, N.J. Zarbin has led TVST since its inception in 2012, during which time it has grown rapidly in size and reputation. Major milestones this year were the release of the TVST 2016 Impact Factor of 2.221, and a surge in journal growth, such that it is projected that the journal will surpass 100 published  articles in 2017.

To learn what the incoming editors-in-chief are planning for their respective journals, read their column in the Fall 2017 issue of ARVONews.
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