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Retina International

Learn more about retinal degenerations including the ways in which people with a retinal degeneration see their world. Find out what Retina International does and about its member societies together with contacts in your country.

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19.06.2014 -

11th International Symposium on Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ISOPT)
Over the years ISOPT has become a place for formal updates of medical ophthalmology and drug utilization combined with informal meetings of clinicians and drug developers. ISOPT's vision is increased knowledge and awareness of drug usage in ophthalmology, reflecting innovations and their utilization in practice.  read

27.06.2014 -

18th Retina International Worldconference in Paris, France
27th, 28th  and 29th June 2014 in Paris (France) presents ophthalmologists, scientists and patients with a unique  opportunity to learn about the latest developments in basic science and clinical trials for inherited retinal degenerative diseases (RP, Usher syndrome, Stargardt etc.) and AMD. read

10.07.2014 -

International Symposium on Usher Syndrome and 6th Annual Usher Syndrome Family Conference
The International Symposium on Usher Syndrome will be held in Boston this July. This event is anticipated to be the largest gathering of the Usher syndrome community, connecting the wolrd's leading experts with individuals and families affected by Usher syndrome. Several hundred family members and professionals are expected to participate in this historic forum. read

11.12.2014 -

The 1st Asia-Australia Congress on CONTROVERSIES IN OPHTHALMOLOGY
Anterior Segment - Glaucoma - Retina read



WORLD RETINA DAY 2013 - press release
Inherited retinal dystrophies such as RP, Usher Syndrome, Macular Degeneration and allied retinal disorders continue to be significant causes of vision loss globally. read


Japan OKs world's first iPS stem cell clinical trial
Human embryonic stem cells can become any cell in the body. read