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52nd Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium (COS)
Topic: Evolution and the Eye I 2-day International residential or non-residential scientific meeting

52nd Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium (COS)
Topic: Evolution and the Eye I 2-day International residential or non-residential scientific meeting

Datum
05.09.2024, 08:45 - 06.09.2024, 17:00
Symposium
Great Shelford, Cambridge
Sprache
Englisch
CME Max
18 CME Punkte
Gebühren ab
465.00 EUR
Veranstalter
COS Secretariat
Cambridge Conferences The Lawn
Organisator

COS Secretariat
Cambridge Conferences
The Lawn
33 Church Street
Great Shelford
GB - CB22 5EL Cambridge
c/o Louise Richards
Tel.: +44 (0)7950273790

The 52nd Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium is a 2-day International residential or non-residential meeting where basic scientists and clinicians are brought together to discuss well defined topics in detail. The meeting will have an informal character in order to stimulate serious discussions at a high level. The proceedings will be published in the EYE Journal.
  • Basisinformation
    Datum
    05.09.2024, 08:45 - 06.09.2024, 17:00
    Symposium
    Great Shelford, Cambridge
    Sprache
    Englisch
    CME Max
    18 CME Punkte
    Gebühren ab
    465.00 EUR
    Veranstalter
    COS Secretariat
    Cambridge Conferences The Lawn
    Organisator

    COS Secretariat
    Cambridge Conferences
    The Lawn
    33 Church Street
    Great Shelford
    GB - CB22 5EL Cambridge
    c/o Louise Richards
    Tel.: +44 (0)7950273790

  • VERANSTALTUNGSORT
    Old Divinity School, St John’s College
    33 Church Street
    CB22 5EL Great Shelford, Cambridge, GB
  • Programm

    Thursday 5th September 2024

    Time
    Topic
    Speaker
    Location
    Time
    Topic
    Speaker
     
    08:45
    Welcome
    Patrick Yu-Wai-Man
    Cambridge, UK
     
    LENS
     
     
    09:00
    Why does the lens remain transparent?
    Roy Quinlan
    Durham, UK
    09:30
    Causes of cataract across species
    David Williams
    Cambridge, UK
    10:00
    Evolution of modern cataract surgery
    David O'Brart
    London, UK
    10:30
    Coffee
     
     
     
    CORNEA
     
     
    11:00
    Molecular evolution of corneal structure
    James Jester
    Irvine, USA
    11:30
    Stages of corneal ulceration
    Frank Larkin
    London, UK
    12:00
    Advances in corneal transplantation
    Jod Mehta
    Singapore, Rep. of Singapore
    12:30
    Lunch
     
     
     
    OCULAR IMMUNOLOGY
     
     
    14:00
    Evolution of the ocular immune system
    John Forrester
    Aberdeen, UK
    14:30
    Comparative models of uveitis
    Virginia Calder
    London, UK
    15:00
    Evolution of treatment regimens for uveitis
    Andrew Dick
    London, UK
    15:30
    Tea
     
     
     
    NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
     
     
    16:00
    Observations from the NHPES study – Can non-human primates be used to study the optic nerve?
    Ningli Wang
    Beijing, China
    16:30
    Evolution of optic disc drusen
    Joyce Liao
    Stanford, USA
    17:00
    Treatment of ischaemic optic neuropathies - the controversies
    Neil Miller
    Baltimore, USA
    17:30
    Close
     
     
     
     

    Friday 6th September 2024

    Time
    Topic
    Speaker
    Location
     
    RETINA (I)
     
     
    09:00
    Gene therapy advances utilising large animal models
    Simon Petersen Jones
    East Lansing, USA
    09:30
    Comparative aspects of retinal degeneration
    Gustavo Aguirre
    Philadelphia, USA
    10:00
    Evolution in management of AMD
    Usha Chakravarthy
    Belfast, UK
    10:30
    Coffee
     
     
     
    RETINA (II)
     
     
    11:00
    Evolution of diabetic retinopathy - pathogenesis
    Simon Harding
    Liverpool, UK
    11:30
    Evolution in diabetic retinopathy screening
    Tien Yin Wong
    Beijing, China, Singapore, Rep. of Singapore
    12:00
    Evolution in treatment of diabetic retinopathy
    Sobha Sivaprasad
    London, UK
    12:30
    Lunch
     
     
     
    ADVANCED THERAPIES
     
     
    14:00
    Stem cell therapy for retinal diseases
    Pete Coffey
    London, UK
    14:30
    Gene therapy for retinal diseases
    Mandeep Singh
    Baltimore, USA
    15:00
    Experimental therapies for optic neuropathies
    Patrick Yu-Wai-Man
    Cambridge, UK
    15:30
    Tea
     
     
     
    AI / TELEMEDICINE
     
     
    16:00
    Detection of visual impairment using smartphones
    Haotian Lin
    Guangzhou, China
    16:30
    Telemedicine - the future of ophthalmology?
    Peter Thomas
    London, UK
    17:00
    CLOSE
     
     
  • Gebühren
    Fachärzte/-innen
    Gebühren ab
    585,00 GBP
    Ärzte/-innen in Weiterbildung
    Gebühren ab
    465,00 EUR
    Displayed prices for COS residents for both days and includes all meals (including Wine Reception, Gala Dinner) and 2 night's accommodation*. The Day-residential Fee includes meals : Facharzt: 185 GBP per day / Assistenzarzt: 100 GBP per Day.
  • Buchung / Anmeldung

    Registration required. Please contact the organiser for further information. 

  • Zertifizierung
    Zertifiziert für 18 CME Punkte bei der European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)
    These International meeting offers 18 CPD points over the 2 days

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