Friday, November 4 is the fantastic scientific Retina 2022 meeting, and Saturday, November 5 will be the popular Public Engagement Day of Fighting Blindness Ireland.
Check out the confirmed speakers for Retina 2022 here.
Click here to submit your abstract and contribute to the conversation. Closing date is Thursday, September 01, 2022.
StarT Network Event, September 20th-23th, 2021, Hosted by Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine (TIGEM), Pozzuoli (Naples), Italy
SEBD Congress 2020 (SEBD2020) - testimony video for José Luis Gómez-Skarmeta on November 19, 2020 from 12:45-18:45 (CET)
The online kick-off symposium of the RARE-MED consortium takes place on November 27, 2020, from 14-17.30 p.m. Registration is free of charge and can be done here. Please register if you wish to attend, as only registered people will receive a link for the symposium. The symposium program is displayed below.
RARE-MED is a multidisciplinary UGent consortium for basic and translational research on precision medicine for rare diseases, to address missing heritability using systems genetics and functional genomics, to facilitate disease modelling using CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing of aquatic model organisms (zebrafish, Xenopus) and of cellular systems, to introduce new gene therapies based on antisense oligonucleotide- or CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing. In the context of this 21ZAP consortium, 3 research professors were appointed: Prof. dr. Sarah Vergult, prof. dr. Kris Vleminckx, and prof. dr. Frauke Coppieters.
Retina 2020 was held on a virtual platform on Novermber 6, 2020, with great succes. Retina 2020 brings together top international and Irish researchers and clinicians to showcase the latest updates on therapeutic interventions, eye care practices and scientific discovery. More information can be found here.
StarT Network Event, September 7 - September 11, 2020, Hosted Online by Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Time for an update!
Taking place on Friday, November 06, 2020, Retina 2020's Scientific Programme will transition to a bespoke virtual platform designed to promote greater engagement and knowledge exchange. Fighting Blindness is excited to share that this platform will include a virtual Poster Gallery providing a unique opportunity for you to showcase your research in the current climate!
Abstracts are now being considered for poster display and/or short talk presentation. On-going efforts in the area of vision and the wide spectrum of retinal disease can be submitted under the categories: Laboratory-based Research, Clinical Research, Case Studies, Social Research and/or Public and Patient Involvement (PPI).
Click here to submit your abstract and contribute to the conversation. Closing date is Wednesday, September 09, 2020.