14th European Neuro-Ophthalmology Society Meeting

4050-430 Porto, Portugal
Symposium

14th European Neuro-Ophthalmology Society Meeting

EUNOS 2019

Date:
Jun 16, 2019, 08:30 - Jun 19, 2019, 13:00
Scientific Organization:
European Neuro-Ophthalmology Society EUNOS
Summary:
EUNOS, EUPON and the Portuguese Neuro-ophthalmology Group cordially welcome you to join this gathering of the European Neuro-ophthalmological community and get inspired by the new knowledge on offer, and the opportunity to exchange ideas with old friends and new ones. Two years after a very successful 13th EUNOS meeting in 2017 in Budapest, we are heading west to Portugal’s beautiful coast city of Porto to hear about and discuss new developments in the field of Neuro-Ophthalmology.
Credits: applied for

physicians / medical specialists

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: 580,00 EUR
Early Bird until Mar 18, 2019: 480,00 EUR

Mind:
REGULAR REGISTRATION
Until March 18th - 480€
From March 19th till June 7th - 580€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 680€

ACCOMPANYING PERSON:
Until March 18th - 130€
From March 19th - till June 7th - 140€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 160€

EUNOS MEMBERS
Until March 18th - 380€
From March 19th till June 7th - 480€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 580€

RESIDENTS
Until March 18th - 330€
From March 19th till June 7th - 430€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 530€

ONLY EUPON
Until March 18th - 225€
From March 19th till June 7th - 325€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 425€

FAREWELL DINNER
Until March 18th - 25€
From March 19th till June 7th - 30€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 40€

residents in training

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: 580,00 EUR
Early Bird until Mar 18, 2019: 480,00 EUR

Mind:
REGULAR REGISTRATION
Until March 18th - 480€
From March 19th till June 7th - 580€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 680€

ACCOMPANYING PERSON:
Until March 18th - 130€
From March 19th - till June 7th - 140€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 160€

EUNOS MEMBERS
Until March 18th - 380€
From March 19th till June 7th - 480€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 580€

RESIDENTS
Until March 18th - 330€
From March 19th till June 7th - 430€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 530€

ONLY EUPON
Until March 18th - 225€
From March 19th till June 7th - 325€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 425€

FAREWELL DINNER
Until March 18th - 25€
From March 19th till June 7th - 30€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 40€

healthcare professionals

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: 580,00 EUR
Early Bird until Mar 18, 2019: 480,00 EUR

Mind:
REGULAR REGISTRATION
Until March 18th - 480€
From March 19th till June 7th - 580€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 680€

ACCOMPANYING PERSON:
Until March 18th - 130€
From March 19th - till June 7th - 140€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 160€

EUNOS MEMBERS
Until March 18th - 380€
From March 19th till June 7th - 480€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 580€

RESIDENTS
Until March 18th - 330€
From March 19th till June 7th - 430€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 530€

ONLY EUPON
Until March 18th - 225€
From March 19th till June 7th - 325€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 425€

FAREWELL DINNER
Until March 18th - 25€
From March 19th till June 7th - 30€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 40€

orthoptists

max. no. of participants: unlimited
Min fee: 580,00 EUR
Early Bird until Mar 18, 2019: 480,00 EUR

Mind:
REGULAR REGISTRATION
Until March 18th - 480€
From March 19th till June 7th - 580€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 680€

ACCOMPANYING PERSON:
Until March 18th - 130€
From March 19th - till June 7th - 140€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 160€

EUNOS MEMBERS
Until March 18th - 380€
From March 19th till June 7th - 480€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 580€

RESIDENTS
Until March 18th - 330€
From March 19th till June 7th - 430€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 530€

ONLY EUPON
Until March 18th - 225€
From March 19th till June 7th - 325€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 425€

FAREWELL DINNER
Until March 18th - 25€
From March 19th till June 7th - 30€
Onsite (June 16th-19th) - 40€
Comment:
This event takes place annually and offers the opportunity for continued medical education for physicians / medical specialists, residents in training, healthcare professionals and orthoptists.
The organizer has applied for CME-accreditation by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
Eventnumber: 32189
CME-certification: applied for
Min fee:
min of 480,00
Early Bird:
till Mar 18, 2019
480,00 EUR
Places available: unlimited
Language: Englisch
 
Published program by the organizer:

Sunday - 16/06/2019

 

OPTIC NERVE SESSION I: ACQUIRED OPTIC NEUROPATHIES

Moderators: Susan Mollan and Maria José Sá

 

8:30

Autoimmune optic neuropathies

Axel Petzold (London, UK)
8:50

NMO spectrum disorders

Bernardo Sánchez-Dalmau (Barcelona, Spain)
9:10

Consensus guidelines and treatment strategies for IIH

Susan Mollan (Birmingham, UK)
9:30

Q&A – Panel Discussion

 
     
9:45

COFFEE BREAK

 

 

 

OPTIC NERVE SESSION II: FROM GENES TO DISEASE

Moderators: Alfredo Sadun and Manuela Grazina

 

10:15

What’s new in primary mitochondrial DNA disorders?

Valerio Carelli (Bologna, Italy)
10:40

Nuclear mitochondrial disorders – tissue specificity and diagnostic challenges

Manuela Grazina (Coimbra, Portugal)
11:05

Optic atrophy genes – expanding phenotypes and genotypes

Patrick Yu-Wai-Man (Cambridge, UK)
11:30

Application of OCT imaging to inherited optic neuropathies

Piero Barboni (Bologna, Italy)
11:55

Animal models of retinal ganglion cell damage

Marcela Votruba (Cardiff, UK)
12:20

Q&A – Panel Discussion

 
     
12:30

LUNCH

 

 

 

OPTIC NERVE SESSION III: NEUROPROTECTION AND NEURODEGENERATION

Moderators: Francesca Cordeiro and Philipp Albrecht

 

14:00

Neuroprotection in glaucoma – myth or reality?

Francesca Cordeiro (London, UK)
14:25   

Mechanisms of axonal damage in multiple sclerosis

Maria José Sá (Porto, Portugal)
14:50

Neuroprotective strategies for optic neuritis

Philipp Albrecht (Dusseldorf, Germany)
15:15 

Strategies for optic nerve regeneration

Dietmar Fischer (Bochum, Germany) 
15:40   

Q&A – Panel Discussion

 
     
16:00  

COFFEE BREAK

 

 

 

 

OPTIC NERVE SESSION IV: TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH AND NETWORK

Moderators: Patrick Yu-Wai-Man and Marcela Votruba

 

16:30

Gene therapy for Leber hereditary optic neuropathy

Catherine Vignal-Clermont (Paris, France)
16:50

Patient engagement for rare diseases

Russell Wheeler (ERN-EYE and EMA Representative)
Avril Daly (Vice-President of EURORDIS)
17:30

European research networks

Patrick Yu-Wai-Man (EUNOS Research Committee Chair)
17:50

Q&A – Panel Discussion

 
18:00

Close

 
     
18:30

WELCOME RECEPTION

 

 

 

 

Monday - 17/06/2019

 

MAGNIMS SYMPOSIUM ON MRI

Moderator: Jette Frederiksen

 

8:30 New diagnostic criteria of multiple sclerosis  
8:50

The value of 3T vs 1.5T in clinically isolated syndromes

 
9:10

The prognostic value of blood brain barrier permeability in optic neuritis

 
9:30

Differential diagnosis

 
     
10:00

COFFEE BREAK

 
     
10:30

LECTURE I: FUNCTIONAL MRI

Miguel Castelo-Branco
(Coimbra, Portugal)
11:15

INTERACTIVE SESSION I: CLINICAL CASES CHALLENGES

 
João Costa, Misha Pless and Nancy Newman
12:30 Industry Sponsored Symposium  
     
13:30 Lunch  

 

 

SESSION I: ISCHEMIC NEURO-OPHTALMIC CONDITIONS

Moderators: António Friande, Marko Hawlina and Alfredo Sadun

 

14:20

Update on non arteritic AION treatment

Hanna Leiba (Telaviv, Israel)
14:40 

Non-surgical diagnostic tools for giant cell arteritis

Bjorn Hammar (Sweden)
15:00  

New insights on giant cell arteritis treatment

Susan Mollan (Birmingham, UK)
15:20

Transient Visual Loss

Valerie Biousse (Atlanta, USA) 
15:40

Visual Rehabilitation

 
Susanne Trauzettel-Klosinski (Tubingen, Germany) 
     
16:00 

COFFEE BREAK

 

 

 

 

TEACHING COURSE I: EMERGENCY NEURO-OPHTALMOLOGY

Moderators: Pedro Fonseca and Neil Miller

Panel: Sílvia Muñoz, Valerie Biousse, Nancy Newman and Anthony Arnold

 

16:30
  1. Transient monocular visual loss - what to do?
  2. Central retinal artery occlusion – is there any treatment?
  3. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension with venous sinus stenosis - how to treat?
  4. Optic neuritis - what is the “routine” workup and treatment?
  5. NAION - is there any current treatment?
  6. AAION – how to diagnose and what is the treatment?
  7. Traumatic optic neuropathy – how to manage?
  8. Isolated 6th nerve palsy in an older individual – should neuroimaging be done in every case?
  9. Ocular Myasthenia – should early immunosuppressive treatment be offered to all patients?
  10. Radiation optic neuropathy – is there a treatment?
   
18:30 Council Meeting

 

 

 

Tuesday - 18/06/2019

 

SESSION II: NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

Moderators: João Paulo Cunha and Joana Ferreira

 

8:30

Healthy and pathological eye ageing

João Paulo Cunha (Lisbon, Portugal)
9:00

Neuroretinal loss: glaucoma vs aging

Francesca Cordeiro (London, UK)
9:30

Neurodegenerative disorders and vision

Gordon Plant (London, UK)
     
10:00

COFFEE BREAK

 
     
10:30

LECTURE II: OCULAR MYASTHENIA GRAVIS

Amelia Evoly (Rome, Italy)

11:15

INTERACTIVE SESSION II: EYE MOVEMENT CHALLENGE

Caroline Tilikete, João Lemos, Konrad Weber and Irene Gottlob
     
12:30

LUNCH

 
     
14:00

NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY JOURNAL

Walter Jay (Chicago, USA) and Simon Hickman (Sheffield, UK)

 

 

SESSION III: PEDIATRIC NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Moderators: Klara Landau, Jonathan C. Horton and Eduardo Silva

 

14:20

Oculomotor Behavior in Exotropia

Jonathan C. Horton (San Francisco, USA)
14:45

Pediatric intracranial vascular disorders

Ruth Huna-Baron (Tel Aviv, Israel)
15:10

Shaken baby syndrome: A neuro-ophthalmologist's perspective

Veit Sturm (St. Gallen, Switzerland)
15:35

Molecular testing in pediatric neuro-ophthalmology

Eduardo Silva (Coimbra, Portugal)
     
16:00

COFFEE BREAK

 

 

 

 

TEACHING COURSE II: OCT IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Moderators: João Paulo Cunha, Joana Ferreira and Irene Gottlob

 

16:30

Past, Present and Future

Joana Ferreira (Lisbon, Portugal)
17:00

OCT in neurodegenerative diseases

João Paulo Cunha (Lisbon, Portugal)
17:30

Pediatric OCT

Irene Gottlob (Leicester, UK)
17:45

Retinal nerve fiber and ganglion cell layers evaluation by OCT in optic neuropathies

Piero Barboni (Bologna, Italy)
     
18:30 General Assembly  
     
20:00

FAREWELL DINNER – PORT WINE CELLARS

 

 

 

Wednesday - 19/06/2019

 

 

8:30

Free Papers

 
     
10:00

COFFEE BREAK

 
     
10:30

LECTURE III: PRESENT AND FUTURE OF NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Neil Miller; PhD

 

 

 

SESSION V: HOT TOPICS IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Moderators: Dália Meira and Klara Landau

 

11:15

Ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potentials as a test for Myasthenia Gravis

Konrad Weber (Zurich, Switzerland)
11:30

Diagnostic challenges in sellar tumors

Misha Pless (Luzern, Switzerland)
11:45

Treatment controversies in IIH - what is best?

Tim Matthews (Birmingham, UK)
12:00

Artificial Intelligence in Neuro-ophthalmology

Dan Milea, (Singapore)
     
12:45

CLOSING REMARKS

 

 

Venue:
Alfândega Congress Centre

Address:
R. Nova da Alfândega
4050-430 Porto, Portugal
Scientific Organization:
European Neuro-Ophthalmology Society EUNOS
Event-Organizer:

European Neuro-Ophthalmology Society EUNOS
Vice President of EUNOS

c/o Dept. of Ophthalmology University Hospital Zurich

Prof. Dr. Klara Landau
Frauenklinikstrasse 24
CH - 8091 Zürich
Tel.: +41 44 255 4900
Fax: +41 44 255 4349

 

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