Nottingham Eye Symposium and Research Meeting
Well done to our NES 2013 Research Prize Winners!
Nottingham Research Prize (Best Oral Clinical Research Presentation):
Helena Lee, University of Leicester. Characteristics of Infantile Nystagmus using Hand-Held Ultra-High Resolution Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography in Premature and Full-Term Neonates.
David Meyer Research Prize (Best Oral Basic Science Research Presentation):
James Rose, University of Nottingham. Evaluation of Electrospun Gelatin/Polycaprolactone as a Material Suitable for use in Corneal Regeneration.
Nottingham Poster Prize (Best Poster):
Samantha Wilson, Keele University. Characterisation of Cultured Stromal Cells: In vitro Restoration of the Keratocyte Phenotype using Co-culture Approaches.
The 18th Nottingham Eye Symposium will take place on the 31st January 2014
The meeting is a unique opportunity for the dissemination and discussion of cutting-edge basic science and clinical ophthalmic research.
In the morning the meeting welcomes research trainee abstract presentations (oral and poster) from ophthalmologists, optometrists and visual scientists of all levels. Clinical and basic science research presentations take place, along with 'In the Pipeline' presentations from selected sponsors.
The afternoon symposium starts with the Norman Galloway Lecture, given by an internationally respected speaker. This continues with presentations from other eminent ophthalmologists, optometrists and scientists.
Afternoon Clinical Symposium 'Cataract Sound & Video Show'
Topics to Include:
Biometry - How to personalise your A constant
Cataract Surgery - Avoiding problems and dealing with them when they occur
Difficult cataracts - Uveitis, sublaxated lens, pseudo-exfoliation, vitrectomised eyes and high myopia
Choice of lense including premium IOLs
Combining cataract and laser surgery
This meeting has been awarded 6 CPD points from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
18th Nottingham Eye Symposium
The 17th Nottingham Eye Symposium and Research Meeting took place on Friday 25th January 2013. The afternoon symposium 'Ocular Neovascularisation' hosted eminent international speakers and the Norman Galloway Lecture, given by Professor Jose Gomes, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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