Annual Meeting 2009 – Information
The 35th meeting of EPOS will be in Paris, France from 1-3 October 2009. The meeting starts with a welcome reception at Espace Saint Martin on Thursday October 1, 2009 at 18.00 h.
Main topic of the meeting
Perinatal Ophthalmology and free papers.
The final programme is available for download here (PDF).
Announce the 2009 Annual Meeting of EPOS in your instituion. Use our poster (PDF) and flyer (PDF) to inform your colleagues.
- Dominique BREMOND, Amiens Perinatal lacrimal problems and infections
- Georges CAPUTO, Paris Trends in retinopathy of prematurity
- Hélène DOLLFUS, Strasbourg Prenatal diagnosis in ophthalmology
- Jean-Louis DUFIER, Paris Congenital glaucoma, from clinics to genetics
- Pierre-Henri JARREAU, Paris Trends in neonatalogy
- Birgit LORENZ, Giessen Telemedicine in ROP
- Serge MORAX, Paris Trends in orbitopalpebral malformations
- Ken NISCHAL, London Congenital corneal opacities
- Vassili TSATSARIS, Paris Prenatal echography and eye diseases
- David WALLACE, Durham Computer-assisted quantification of plus disease in retinopathy of prematurity
Contact Office and Venue
Espace Saint- Martin
199 bis, Rue Saint Martin
75 003 PARIS
The meeting is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)
The official language of the meeting is English.
Dear Friends, dear Colleagues,
It is my pleasure to cordially invite you to the 35th meeting of the European Paediatric Ophthalmological Society – EPOS – to be held in Paris, France.
EPOS 2009 will be focussing on “Perinatal Ophthalmology”. Free papers and posters from other fields of genetic and paediatric ophthalmology are welcome as in the past years giving the annual meeting its unique charme. The format of the meeting with keynote lectures, scientific papers with sufficient time for discussion, and ample poster sessions allows for a vivid exchange of ideas. Please, note that strabismus and related topics do not form part of the meeting.
EPOS aims to promote both clinical and scientific paediatric and genetic ophthalmology throughout Europe and beyond, and aims, in particular, to attract young clinicians and researchers to the field. In this spirit, the travel grant programme and best presentation awards have been made available again. For more detail, please visit the website of the Society www.epos-focus.org. Longstanding relations between many members of EPOS and an open mind to integrate newcomers in the field are excellent opportunities for building up successful collaborations and fruitful personal contacts.
Looking forward to seeing you in Paris,
Birgit Lorenz, MD