Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Collaborations across research disciplines, amongst countries and between the laboratory and the clinic are becoming increasingly important in times of expanding public health needs and tightening resources. Join your colleagues from the Asia-Pacific region and around the world in Brisbane, Australia, Feb. 5 – 8, 2017, as we discuss how we can build bridges that ensure our discoveries translate into effective prevention, diagnosis and treatments for patients with eye disease.
The international program committee for this sixth ARVO Asia meeting is planning a conference that will explore the latest in basic, translational and clinical research through a wide variety of symposia, plenary, paper and poster sessions, and special interest groups.
Mark H.B. Radford, MD, PhD
Co-chairs: Justine R. Smith, FRANZCO, PhD, FARVO, and Peter J. McCluskey, MD, FRANZCO
About ARVO Asia
ARVO Asia is the largest conference dedicated to eye and vision research in the Asia-Pacific region. The four-day meeting takes place every two years, hosted by groups and institutions in a variety of cities. The meeting brings together over 1,000 basic and clinical researchers from over 30 countries, who explore cutting-edge science through posters, paper, symposia, lectures and special interest group sessions.