CAOS Resident Research Award
CAOS encourages Ophthalmology residents of Chinese descent to submit abstracts for this annual award. Applicant must be a current ophthalmology resident (PGY-2, 3, 4) in an accredited Ophthalmology residency program in the United States. The resident must be the first author of the submitted abstract. The recipient will be honored at the CAOS AAO Banquet Program held during the American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting.
The application deadline date is Monday, September 5, 2022. Applications submitted after this date will not be reviewed. Applicant must be:
1. Current ophthalmology resident (PGY-2, 3, 4) in an accredited US Ophthalmology residency program
2. Primary investigator or first author
3. Of Chinese descent
- Each abstract will be evaluated by members of the CAOS Scientific Committee, blinded to name, authors, and residency program
- The abstract may have been presented elsewhere
- Each applicant may only submit one (1) abstract
- Clinical and basic science research projects will be considered
- The deadline for receipt of abstracts is September 5, 2022
- The award winner will be preferably present during the CAOS AAO Banquet Program held Sunday evening, during the annual AAO meeting
Submissions should include 3 separate files (PDF or Word):
1. Curriculum Vitae
2. Title page: including title, author names, academic affiliations, year of Ophthalmology residency and program, contact address and phone number, acknowledgements and financial disclosure.
3. Abstract (with no authors, institutions, hospitals, etc.): Include purpose, study design, methods, results, and conclusions.
- Tables (if applicable)
- Figures (if applicable)
- Pictures (if applicable)
(Please place abstract, tables, figures, pictures and references all in 1 file)
Please submit to email@example.com
2019 Sarah C. Xu, MD Mayo Clinic
2020 Luke Chang, MD Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University
2021 Wendy Li Linderman, MD Yale University