“A place to share knowledge on inherited eye disease and train the next generation of clinicians and scientists.”
Registration is OPEN!
Early Bird Pricing available to UK-EGG Full Members until midnight 16th September, 2019.
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019 MEETING IS OPEN!
Early Bird prices are active for members only and offer a 20% reduction on standard rates.
The 2019 meeting will be held in the Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) located within Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow on Friday, 08th November. Early Bird prices are now active for members only.
You can register via the meeting page HERE
We also invite submission of abstracts for presentation at the meeting via the application form and instructions at the above web address. Please note that abstract submission will close on 06/09/2019.
We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the November meeting!
Call For Abstracts
We are now welcoming Abstracts for the 2019 UK-EGG Meeting which is this November in Glasgow.
Use the form on the Meeting Page to submit your Free Paper or Poster Abstract.
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21st Meeting of the International Society for Genetic Eye Diseases & Retinoblastoma
a joint Meeting with Section Genetics of the German Opthalmological Society (DOG)
Full details including Registration and Abstract Submission Forms available HERE
Annual Meeting 2019 – Date and Venue
We have been working hard on the UK EGG programme for this year, and are delighted to announce the date for the 2019 annual meeting, which will be held in the Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) located within Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow on Friday, 08th November. Early Bird prices are now active for members only.
For this meeting we are honoured to welcome Professor Veronica Van Heyningen as our keynote speaker, who will present her work on “Disease to genes and biology: PAX6 and progress”. I am sure no introduction is needed for most people, but you can read Prof Van Heyningen’s profile here.
More news and developments are to come, in the meantime we would like to thank you for your continued support of UK-EGG in 2019.
An Interesting Listen
For an interesting listen, head over to Professor Nicky Ragge’s excellent piece on the Australian Radio News Channel “New techniques help genetically controlled eye conditions“
16 years of support for ophthalmic clinicians and clinical geneticists