written 2017-06-23 17:27:34
Dear friends, colleagues and fellow ophthalmologists,
On behalf of the ESVO board it is our pleasure to announce opening of registration for the next ESVO Meeting which will be held in St Petersburg, Russia, from September 7-10th, 2017. Don´t miss advantage of EARLY BIRD registration! Go to www.esvo2017.com and register for CE day, main program and wetlabs. We are ready to help you to get visa, to find accommodation and many more.
The main topics of the conference will be " Ocular immunology and immune-mediated diseases" and also "Equine ophthalmology" with the main speakers being prof. Dr. Brian Gilger and Dr. Doug Esson, DACVOs from the USA.
On Friday you can expect the popular HED session under the guidance of both speakers in extended format in interactive mode with voting possibilities. Don´t miss the State-of-the-art session devoted to "Research-in-progress and future treatments for immune-mediated ocular disease" by Dr. Brian Gilger.
Prof. Brian Gilger and Dr. Doug Esson will be our key speakers for the meeting and they will also conduct practical workshops on Sunday morning, one about equine ophthalmology and second one - gonioimplant.
The social program will be typically Russian!
St. Petersburg is real cultural center. Discover the Hermitage, one of the largest art galleries in the world, visit the Winter palace, the official residence of the Russian monarchs. Enjoy the city which is on the UNESCO list of historic sites and in the night take a romantic walk on Nevsky Prospect and along the riverbank of 342 bridges.
Please remember, there are deadlines for abstracts, grants and awards as well !!
We are looking forward to seeing you in St Petersburg at our friendly, practical and scientific conference.
Jiri Beranek, ESVO President
Esmeralda Delgado, ESVO Scientific Officer
Alexander Konstantinovsky, Chairman of the Conference
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