March 2020

COPHy EU

 
The 6th Annual Congress on Controversies in Ophthalmology: Asia-Australia
The COPHy congresses will be devoted to evidence-based debates and discussions amongst session moderators, speakers and the audience, all of whom will examine and analyze the most relevant and controversial issues raised during the course of 2019 and 2020 within the field of ophthalmology. These educational congresses will continue to focus on Anterior Segment, Glaucoma and Retina, and will discuss controversies in other areas of ophthalmology, such as neuro-ophthalmology, ocular imaging and uveitis.
 

14th EGS Residents’ Course

 
14th European Glaucoma Society Residents’ Course
An intensive two-days course by leading European glaucoma specialists, with in-depth discussions on diagnosis and therapy, available technologies and surgical techniques for glaucoma, featuring lectures, case presentations, hands-on workshops and surgical wetlabs. Each workshop will be held three times with three different audiences and will last 1 hour and 15 minutes. In the Course kit, each participant will receive a coupon with the timing for each workshop along with a name badge, a certificate of attendance and a ticket for the Social Dinner.
 

Start:
March 27, 2020
End:
March 28, 2020
Location:
Fundação Champalimaud
Av. Brasília
Lisboa Portugal
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April 2020

6th San Raffaele OCT & Retina Forum

 
6th San Raffaele OCT & Retina Forum
Be up to date and build your experience if you want to make the most from the potential of the new imaging technologies and to propose the best new treatments available. This will be one of the goals of the next edition of the San Raffaele OCT Forum: the integration of the new available technologies and treatments into the clinical practice, not only for the sake of research but mainly because they are crucial for retinal disease diagnosis and therapy. We will listen to the main opinion leaders: some of the most well-known international specialists will be in Milan, at the NHOW Hotel, Via Tortona, on April 3rd – 4th, 2020, discussing topics that nowadays involve all ophthalmologists in their practice: OCT, OCTA and ultra-widefield imaging, clinical trials, new drugs, and new laser treatments.
 
The congress program will include presentations on imaging, focus on therapies, updates on treatments for maculopathy, vascular and retinal diseases. In particular, some of the most important researchers will show the results of the last trials conducted in their clinical investigation centers.
 
The congress will be an opportunity also for young ophthalmologists. Professor Bandello and Professor Querques have designed a special session, based on the format of previous years: clinical – often challenging – case short presentations, where expert Speakers will give voice to residents and fellows. The patient is thus virtually “visited” by a panel of international experienced ophthalmologists, sharing diagnostic evaluations and discussing the most appropriate therapies.
 

The 124th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society

 
The 124th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society
The 124th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society in 2020 will be organized by the Department of Ophthalmology of the Tokyo Medical University. The theme of the Annual Meeting is “2020: Learn from History, Connect to the Future”. In ophthalmology, twenty-twenty (20-20) is a number or an expression that represents “visual acuity 1.0” or “good vision”. In addition, the year 2020 is a memorable year because the Olympic and Paralympic Games will take place in Tokyo, 56 years after the city first hosted the Olympic Games in 1964. The environment surrounding ophthalmology has changed remarkably during the last half-century, and further developments are expected in the future. To commemorate the special year of 2020, we wish to spotlight on the achievements of our predecessors and to confirm their wisdom once again, in order to connect to future prospects. That is the reason for choosing the theme of this Annual Meeting.
 

May 2020

ARVO-2020

 
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
Recognized as one of the top 50 medical meetings by the Healthcare Convention and Exhibitors Association, ARVO is the world’s leading educational and networking forum for academicians, clinicians, researchers, students and trainees in the fields of vision research and eye science.
 

EGS 2020

 
14th European Glaucoma Society Congress
Each new EGS Congress builds on past successes: newly established standards, a varied and stimulating scientific programme and a wide range of instructional courses offered at different levels to meet the varying needs of our delegates.

An extensive array of scientific posters, special interest groups and a vast exhibition add to the variety of this well-established scientific gathering, which has been able to attract trainees, general ophthalmologists and glaucomatologists alike. Our friendly, informal, multi-cultural environment encourages networking, sharing and exchange.
 

Start:
May 30, 2020
End:
June 3, 2020
Location:
Brussels Belgium
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June 2020

WOC 2020

 
37th World Ophthalmology Congress
Join us 26–29 June 2020, in Cape Town, South Africa, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre for the 37th World Ophthalmology Congress® (WOC) of the International Council of Ophthalmology, the premier and largest international ophthalmic congress, with over 10,000 delegates expected to attend from over 110 countries. The WOC will be held in Sub-Saharan Africa for the first time in 2020. The congress is held every two years in a different region of the world and provides an international audience of ophthalmologists with a scientific program addressing all subspecialties and related interests in ophthalmology, the opportunity to network with recognized international leaders and professionals and an exhibition featuring the latest products and services in the field.
 

Start:
June 26, 2020
End:
June 29, 2020
Location:
Cape Town International Convention Centre
Convention Square
1 Lower Long Street
Cape Town South Africa
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August 2020

APAO-2020

 
35th APAO Congress cum 60th Anniversary Celebration
Don’t miss out! The 35th Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO) Congress will be held from August 5 – 9, 2020, in Xiamen, China at Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Center, in conjunction with the 25th Congress of Chinese Ophthalmological Society. This truly comprehensive ophthalmology meeting invites all ophthalmic practitioners to explore the latest scientific innovations, treatments and surgical techniques in all ophthalmic subspecialty topics. From symposium, instruction courses, workshops, panel discussions, and many more, delegates will be able to find ones they enjoy and learn. Over 1,000 international distinguished speakers and more than 10,000 delegates from all over the world are anticipated. Commemorative activities will also be held at the event to celebrate APAO’s Diamond Jubilee. Register now to take part in this rewarding experience!
 

APGC 2020

 
5th Asia-Pacific Glaucoma Congress
The Asia-Pacific Glaucoma Society (APGS) is delighted to bring you the 5th Asia-Pacific Glaucoma Congress in conjunction with the 11th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Malaysian Society of Ophthalmology (MSO)! APGC 2020 aims to bring together all professionals involved in the glaucoma field – clinicians, scientists, students and other health practitioners from the Ophthalmology field with a focus on Glaucoma.
 
In addition to invaluable networking opportunities, APGC 2020 showcases and encourages the work of established clinicians and researchers, and brings people from the glaucoma profession together to share, learn and engage with content over 2 days.
 
For more information visit: https://apgc2020.org
 

September 2020

Advances in Glaucoma Research and Clinical Science 2020

Second Advances in Glaucoma Research and Clinical Science Meeting
The Advances in Glaucoma Research and Clinical Science meeting is designed around the New Concepts in Glaucoma book series whose mission is to allow us to consolidate new information and hold forth on speculation in glaucoma. It does so in both the basic sciences and clinical sciences. It is our hope that this consolidation of hypotheses and theories, along with the identification of new information and new speculation will propel us toward a more rapid cure for glaucoma. The annual meeting will be built upon this mission by facilitating discussion/interaction and further dissemination of ideas and current research. Join an internationally acclaimed faculty in Amsterdam and improve your ability to treat glaucoma based on new research findings, medical and device developments.
 

Start:
September 30, 2020
End:
October 1, 2020
Calendar:
Location:
Rosarium
Amstelpark 1
Europaboulevard
Amsterdam Netherlands
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October 2020

DOG 2020

 
118th Congress of the German Ophthalmological Society
 

Start:
October 8, 2020
End:
October 10, 2020
Calendar:
Location:
Berlin Germany
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March 2021

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