Events

ISCEV Travel Grants Policy: PDF

Forthcoming Symposia & Courses

2014

22nd Munich Electrophysiology Course ‘‘Function meets Morphology’’ (ISCEV approved course in German)

Date & Location: 4–5 July 2014

Organiser: Prof T Berninger, thomasberninger@gmx.de

 

52nd ISCEV Symposium

Boston, USA; 20–24 July 2014
Organisers: Mitch Brigell and team

Before the Symposium:

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision
19–20 July 2014, Boston, USA
Course Director: Dr D Thompson, ISCEV Director of Education

ISCEV Course: Electrophysiology of Animal Vision
19–20 July 2014, Boston, USA
Course Director: Prof. M Seeliger

 

SEVE Autumn meeting in Porto

5–6 September 2014, Porto (Portugal)

SEVE Society d'exploration visuelle et electrophysiologie and Pr Jose Monteiro

Program (PDF)

Contact:Dr Martine Crochet seve.mc@gmail.com

 

British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (BriSCEV)

Annual Course and Conference

8–9 September 2014, Manchester, UK

Organiser: Dr N Parry, neil.parry@manchester.ac.uk

 

62nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

3–4 October 2014, Tokyo, Japan

Organiser: Prof. K Shinoda

 

18th Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte (ISCEV approved course in German)

Siegburg, 14–15 November 2014

Organiser: Prof U Kellner

 

2015

53rd ISCEV Symposium

Site: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dates: 23–27 June 2015

Organisers: Marko Hawlina and Jelka Brecelj; with Committee: Maja Šuštar, Manca Tekavčič Pompe, Martina Jarc Vidmar, Zoran Rodi and Branka Stirn Kranjc

 

 

2016

54th ISCEV Symposium

Site: Singapore

Dates: 13–18 August 2016

Organisers: Audrey Chia & Ranjana Mathur

 

 


Past Events

2014

Société d'Exploration de la Vision et d'Electrophysiologie (SEVE)
at Société Française d'Ophtalmologie

Saturday, 10 May, Paris, Palais des congrès (France)

SEVE Society d'exploration visuelle et electrophysiologie

Contact: Dr Martine Crochet, seve.mc@gmail.com

 

ISCEV@ARVO

Dear ISCEV Community,

ISCEV@ARVO will be held Saturday, 3 May 2014, 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM in Orlando, Florida.
Location – Hyatt Regency Orlando, 9801 International Drive, Room: Plaza C.

Please let me know if you are planning to attend and if you would like to give a talk (deadline 1 April). If you plan to give a talk, please include a title to be included in the program. Registration will be at the door and a registration fee of $50, paid in cash or by check, will be required to cover meeting expenses.

I’m looking forward to seeing many of you in the warmth of Florida. Sincerely, Mitch Brigell mbrigell@comcast.net

→Program (PDF)

 

Moorfields Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

Date & Location: 18–21 March 2014, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK

Organisers: Prof GE Holder & C Hogg

Website: www.moorfields.nhs.uk/Healthprofessionals/Medicaleducation

Contact: courses@moorfields.nhs.uk

 

 

2013

17th Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte (ISCEV approved course in German). Location & Date: Siegburg, 8–9 November 2013. Organiser: Prof U Kellner

 

JSCEV (Japanese Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision) 61st Annual Meeting

Date & Location: 4–5 October 2013, Osaka, Japan Organiser: Prof. T Fujikado

 

ISCEV@DOG symposium (111th Meeting of the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG))

Date & Location: 19–22 September 2013, Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany Website: www.dog-kongress.de

 

ISCEV4EVER’ at European Association for Vision and Eye Research (EVER)

Date & Location: during 18–21 September 2013, Nice, France Organiser: Prof GE Holder

 

51st ISCEV Symposium and courses

Site: Chongqing, China

Dates: Sunday 13 to Thursday 17 October 2013

Organisers: Prof  Zheng Qin YIN, Southwest Eye Hospital/Southwest Hospital, Third Military Medical University, Chongqing; Prof Bo LEI, First Affiliated Hospital of Chonqing Medical University, Chongqing; Dr Timothy LAI, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China.

 

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

Dates: 12–13 October 2013

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder, ISCEV Director of Education

 

ISCEV Course: Electrophysiology of Vision (animal)

Dates: 12–13 October 2013

Course Directors: Prof B Lei & Prof M Seeliger

 

ISCEV@ARVO – ISCEV Western Hemisphere Division Meeting 2013

Date & Location: 4 May 2013, Washington State Convention Centre, Seattle, USA

Organiser: Dr M Brigell, ISCEV VP for the Americas. Contact email: mitchell.brigell@novartis.com

Program [PDF]

 

SEVE – Société d’Exploration de la Vision et d’Electrophysiologie (SEVE) (French language)

Date & Location: 11 May 2013, during Societe ́ Franc ̧ aise d’Ophtalmologie, Paris, France

Organiser: Dr M Crochet

 

SOE (European Society of Ophthalmology): two electrophysiology sessions

Date & Location: 8–11 June 2013, Copenhagan, Denmark Organiser: Prof GE Holder

Website: http://soe2013.org. Contact: graham.holder@moorfields.nhs.uk

 

21st Munich Electrophysiology Course ‘‘Function meets Morphology’’ (ISCEV approved German language course)

Date & Location: 13–14 June 2013 (directly after SOE, Copenhagen, Denmark)

Organiser: Prof T Berninger

 

BriSCEV (British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision) 11th Course & Conference

Date & Location: 24–25 June 2013, Edinburgh, UK Organiser: Dr J Whittle

Contact: jonathan.whittle@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

Website: http://www.briscev.org.uk/briscev_2013.html

 

SEVE meeting in SFO French Society of Ophthalmology

Saturday 10 May Paris Palais des congrès (France)

SEVE Society d'exploration visuelle et electrophysiologie

Contact:Dr Martine Crochet : seve.mc@gmail.com

 

 

2012

50th ISCEV Symposium

Site: Valencia, Spain

Organizer: Dr. Concha Vilela and the Mediterranean Ophthalmological foundation

Dates: Tuesday 5 to Friday 8 June 2012   (please note there is a change in dates from the original dates for the symposium )

email: concha.vilela@gmail.com

Conference Flyer,   Symposium Website

 

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, Valencia, Spain

Date: 3–4 June 2012

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

2011

Site: Quebéc City, Quebéc, Canada

Organizer: Pierre Lachapelle

Website: www.iscev2011.org

Dates: Sunday 18 to Friday 23 September 2011

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, Quebéc, Canada

Date: 17–18 September 2011

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

2010

Site: Perth, Western Australia

Organizer: Enid Chelva

Date: 6–10 November

Themes: Electrophysiology, genetics and imaging in retinal disease; Stimulus paradigms in multifocal electrophysiology

Symposium website

Click on the above image for a higher resolution image.

 

ISCEV Course : Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (Human)

Date: 5–6 November

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

ISCEV Course: Animal Electrophysiology and Imaging

Date 5 November

Course Director: Prof Mathias Seeliger

 

 

 

2009

Site: Padova, Italy
Organizer: A. Patrizia Tormene

Date: 6–10 July:

Themes : Non-standard stimuli – their contributions to modern electrophysiology; New therapies – from photoreceptors to glaucoma

Symposium website

ISCEV Course : Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (Human)

Date: 5–6 July

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

 

2008

Site: Morgantown, USA
Organizers: Vernon Odom and Monique Leys

Date: 10–15 July: Please note this is a change and is now one day earlier than previously planned.

Themes : Correlation of Structure & Function; Low Vision & Electrophysiology

Symposium website

ISCEV Course : Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (Human)

Date: 8–10 July

Course Director: Graham E Holder

Website: www.iscev2008.org

Visual Electrophysiology in Animals (Course): from Laboratory to Clinic

Date: 8–10 July

Course Director: Dr Neal Peachey

Website: www.iscev2008.org

 

2007

Site: Hyderabad, India

45th International Symposium
Organizer: Subhadra Jalali

Date: 25 – 29 August

Topics: The evolving role of VEP in Neuro-ophthalmology & Defining retinal dystrophies: the role of ocular electrophysiology in genotype-phenotype correlation.

Symposium website

2006

Site: Fontevraud, France

44th International Symposium

Organizer:  Florence Rigaudière and team
Date: 11–16 June 2006

Topics: Visual System and Systemic Disease & Visual System and Biological Rhythm

→Symposium Website

Teaching Course: 9-10 June 2006, Course organised by Graham Holder with Local organiser Isabelle Audo

 

2005

Site:  Glasgow
43rd International Symposium

Organizer:  Daphne McCulloch and team
Date: 23–27 August 2005
Topics: “The development and the decline of the visual system” & “The effects of nutrition, drugs or toxins on the visual system”
→Archived Symposium Website

Teaching Course: 22 – 23 August 2005, Course organised by Graham Holder with Local organiser Ruth Hamilton
BriSCEV 2005: 22 August 2005, organised by Stuart Parks

→BriSCEV 2005 Symposium Website

2004

42th International Symposium
Site:  Puerto Rico
Organizer:  William W Dawson
Date:  14 – 18 November 2004
Topics:  Origin of visual signals & Imaging in visual processing

Contact: ISCEV2004@eye.ufl.edu

2003

41th International Symposium
Site:   Nagoya, Japan  
Organizer:   Yozo Miyake
Date:   1 – 5 April 2003
Topics:   Multifocal responses from the visual pathways & Night blindness: animal models and clinical aspects
Teaching Course:  31 March – 1 April
→Archived Symposium Website

2002

Site:  Leuven, Belgium
Organizer:  Werner Spileers Werner.Spileers@uz.kuleuven.ac.be
Date:  16 – 20 July 2002
Topics:  Degenerative diseases of the posterior pole, including ARMD; novel stimuli; free papers
Teaching Course:  15 – 16 July
Archived Symposium Website

2001
Site:  Manoir des Sables in Orford, Québec, Canada; ~60 miles south-east of Montréal.
Organizer:  Pierre Lachapelle mdpl@musica.mcgill.ca
Date:  17 – 22 June 2001

2000
Site:  St John's college of Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, USA
Organizer:  Vaegan vaegan@unsw.edu.au
Date:  13 – 17 Feb 2000
Program | Papers | Posters

ISCEV@ARVO 2000

1999
Site:  Eilat, Israel
Organizer:  Ido Perlman iperlman@tx.technion.ac.il
Date: 11 – 16 April 1999

1998
Site:  Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
Organizer:  Zuzana Kubova & Miroslav Kuba kuba@lfhk.cuni.cz
Date: 13 – 17 June 1998
Archived Symposium Website

1997
Site:  Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey Peninsula, California, USA
Organizer:  Michael Marmor marmor@stanford.edu
Date:  2 – 4 July 1997

1996
Site:  Tübingen, Germany
Organizer:  Eberhart Zrenner
Date: 13 – 17 June 1996

1995   Athens, Greece
1994   Banff, Canada
1993   Vienna, Austria
1992   Chiba, Japan
1991   Oxford, UK
1990   Guangzhou,China
1989   Dresden, GDR
1988   Lissabon, Portugal
1987   Sarasota, Florida
1986   Palermo, Italy
1985   Mie, Japan
1984   Stockholm, Sweden
1983   Budapest, Hungary
1982   Iowa City, Iowa, USA
1981   Zürich, Switzerland
1980   Amsterdam, Netherlands
1979   Erfurt, East Germany
1978   Morioka, Japan
1977   Ghent, Belgium
1976   Louisville, Kentucky, USA
1975   Kibbutz Ginossar, Israel
1974   Clermont Ferrand, France
1973   Bad Nauheim, West Germany
1972   Los Angeles, California, USA
1971   Brighton, England
1970   Pisa, Italy
1969   Istanbul, Turkey
1968   Erfurt, East Germany
1967   Ghent, Belgium
1965   Hakone, Japan
1964   Chicago, Illinois, USA
1963   Rotterdam, Netherlands
1961   Stockholm, Sweden

 

Past regional meetings


2012

ISCEV Western Hemisphere Division Meeting 2012 (ISCEV@ARVO)

Date: Saturday, 5 May 2012.

Site: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA (preceding the ARVO Annual Meeting).

Organisers: Dr Mitch Brigell

Contact: mitchell.brigell@novartis.com

Program [PDF]

 

SEVE – Société d'Exploration de la Vision et d'Electrophysiologie

Date & time: 27 April 2012, 2:00-7:30 pm

Site: Paris, France (part of 118th Congress of Société Française d'Ophtalmologie, SFO)

Organiser: Dr Martine Crochet

Contact: seve.mc@gmail.com

Website and registration form: http://sites.google.com/site/seveactu/

Further information: French language. Non-members of SFO are welcome, in which case they must be SEVE members and inform us as soon as possible to obtain electronic name badges from SFO. Register by email before 18th April.

 

BriSCEV – British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

Date: 10–11 September 2012

Site: Aberdeen, Scotland

Organiser: Vikki McBain

Contact: v.a.mcbain@abdn.ac.uk

 

JSCEV (Japanese Scociety for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision) 60th Annual Meeting

Date: 5–6 October 2012

Site: Nagoya, Japan

Organiser: Prof. Hiroko Terasaki

Contact: terasaki@med.nagoya-u.ac.jp

2011

The 59th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (JSCEV) joint meeting with the Korean Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (KSCEV) 2011 Meeting

Site: Korea

Date: October 2011

 

BriSCEV – British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision:

Date: 13–14 June 2011

Site: Newcastle, England

Organiser: Karen Bradshaw

Contact email: Karen.Bradshaw@nuth.nhs.uk

BriSCEV 2011 website

 

ISCEV Western Hemisphere Division Meeting 2011 (ISCEV@ARVO):

Date: Saturday April 30 2011.

Site: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA (preceding the ARVO Annual Meeting).

Organiser: Dr M Brigell

Contact email: mitchell.brigell@novartis.com

Programme: ISCEV@ARVO_2011

2010

BriSCEV – British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision:

Date: 13–14 Sept 2010

Site: Belfast, Northern Ireland

Organiser: Clive Wolsley

Contact email: Wolsley-C@email.ulster.ac.uk

 

The Society for the Exploration of Vision and Electrophysiology (SEVE)

(French language)

Date: 8 May 2010

Site: The Congress of SFO (Société Française d'Ophtalmologie)

Organiser: Dr Martine Crochet

 

ISCEV Western Hemisphere Division Meeting 2010 (ISCEV@ARVO):

Date: Saturday 1 May 2010.

Site: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA (preceding the ARVO Annual Meeting).

Organiser: Dr M Brigell

Contact email: mitchell.brigell@novartis.com

 

 

2009

JSCEV – Japanese Society of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, 57 th Annual Meeting (Japanese Language):

Date: 30–31 October 2009.

Site: Urayasu, Chiba, Japan.

2009

BriSCEV British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

Date: 14–15 Sept 2009.

Site: Sheffield, England.

Organiser: Dr Lawrence Brown

2009

ISCEV@ARVO (ISCEV Western Hemisphere Meeting)

Date: 2 May 2009

Site: Fort Lauderdale, USA

Organiser: Mitch Brigell

Download Program (PDF) (RTF)

2009

The Society for the Exploration of Vision and Electrophysiology (SEVE)

(French language)

Date: 9 May 2009

Site: The Congress of SFO (Société Française d'Ophtalmologie)

Organiser: Dr Martine Crochet

Symposium website

2008

JSCEV – Japanese Society of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, 56 th Annual Meeting (Japanese Language):

Date: 5–6 September 2008.

Site: Tokyo, Japan.

Organiser: Professor Shuichi Yamamoto.

2008

BriSCEV British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

Date: 15–16 Sept 2008.

Site: Cardiff University, Cardiff UK.

Organiser: Prof Rachel North

Contact: Rachel North – north@cardiff.ac.uk

Website: www.briscev.org.uk/briscev2008

2008

ISCEV@ARVO (ISCEV Western Hemisphere Meeting)

Date: 26 April 2008

Site: Fort Lauderdale, USA

Organiser: Mitch Brigell

Download Program (PDF)

2007

BriSCEV 2007

Site: London, UK

Organizers: Dorothy Thomson and Graham Holder

Date: 25–26 June 2007

→BriSCEV 2007 Symposium Website

2007

JSCEV - Japanese Society of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, 54th Annual Meeting (Japanese Language)

Date: 31 March 2007

Site: Nagoya, Japan

Organiser: Prof Masayuki Horigiuchi

<www.soc.nii.ac.jp/jscev/shukai/>

2007

ISCEV@ARVO (ISCEV Western Hemisphere Meeting)

Date: 5 May 2007

Site: Fort Lauderdale, USA

Organisers: Don Hood and Larissa Grover

Meeting Advert

2006

BriSCEV 2006: Stoke Mandeville, 4–5 September, organised by David Sculfor and Richard Smith

 

2006

ISCEV@ARVO (ISCEV Western Hemisphere Meeting)

Date: 29 April 2006

Location: Fort Lauderdale, USA

Organisers: Don Hood and John Chen

2006

JSEV, The 54th annual meeting of Japanese Society of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

Date: 30–31 March 2007

Location: Nagoya, Japan

Organizer: Prof Masayuki Horiguchi

<www.soc.nii.ac.jp/jscev/shukai/>

2005

Site:  Glasgow

BriSCEV 2005: 22 August 2005, organised by Stuart Parks

→BriSCEV 2005 Symposium Website

BriSCEV 2004 • 14 – 15 June 2004, Liverpool, organised by Malcolm Brown 

 

“BriSCEV” inauguration meeting
1 – 2 September 2003, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. Meeting website



Past meetings (Other ISCEV endorsed events)

2012

 

BriSCEV (British Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision) 10th Course & Conference

Date & Location : 10–11 September 2012, Aberdeen, UK
Organiser : www.briscev.org.uk
Contact : Dr Vikki McBain, v.a.mcbain@abdn.ac.uk

 


ISCEV@DOG symposium (110th Meeting of the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG))

Dates & Location: Berlin 20–23 Sept 2012, Estrel Convention Center
Organiser(s): Mathias Seeliger & Ulrich Kellner
Website : www.dog-kongress.de
Contact : see@uni-tuebingen.de, kellneru@mac.com

 

JSCEV (Japanese Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision) 60 th Annual Meeting

Date & Location : 5–6 October 2012, Nagoya, Japan
Organiser : Prof. Hiroko Terasaki

2011

ISCEV Principles and Practice: A training course for ERG in clinical service and in research.

Date: November / December

Site: Chongqing, China

Organiser: Prof Bo Lei and the Chonqing Ophthalmological Society

Contact: Tel: 0086 23 68485440, Fax: 0086 23 89012851, email: bolei99@163.com

 

 

European Association for Vision and Eye Research (EVER): 'ISCEV4EVER'

Date: 5–8 October 2011

Site: Crete, Greece

Website: EVER website

 

ISCEV@DOG at the Annual Meeting of the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG)

Date: 1 October 2011

ISCEV Organisers: Profs Mathias Seeliger & Ulrich Kellner

Congress website: http://www.dog-kongress.de/index_en.php

 

ISCEV at the joint SOE/AAO (European Society of Ophthalmology / American Academy of Ophthalmology):

Date: 4–7 June 2011

Site: Geneva, Switzerland

ISCEV Organiser: Prof Colin Barber, ISCEV VP for Europe and Africa

Congress email: soe2011@congrex.com

2010

Symposium on Clinical Neurophysiology of Vision and on Eye Movements

Date 17–18 September 2010

Site: Ljubljana, Slovenia,

Organisers: Jelka Brecelj and Janez Zidar

Course Programme (RTF)

 

‘ISCEV4EVER’ at EVER 2010 (European Association for Vision and Eye Research)

Date: 06–10 October 2010

Site: Crete, Greece.

ISCEV Session organiser: Colin Barber

Symposium website

 

Developments in Visual Science. Past, present and future

An International Symposium in honour of Professor Geoffrey Arden´s 80th birthday.

Date: 9–11 June 2010

Site: Munich, Germany

Meeting Leaflet

Symposium website

 

Electrophysiology of Vision Conference & Hands-On Training

Site: Paul Foster School of Medicine, El Paso, Texas
Dates: 3–5 March 2010
Course Director: Dr. Neal Adams
Course Director Email: n.adams@ttuhsc.edu

2009

‘ISCEV4EVER’ at EVER 2009 (European Association for Vision and Eye Research)

Date: 29 Sept – 03 October 2009

Site: Portorož, Slovenia.

Congress Organiser: Marko Hawlina.

ISCEV Session organiser: Colin Barber

 

ISCEV at SOE (17th Congress of the European Society of Ophthalmology)

Date: 9–12 June 2009

Site: Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

“Medically unexplained visual loss”, moderator: Klaus Rüther,

"Genetics & Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision": moderator: GE Holder.

“Paediatric Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision” moderators: DL McCulloch &
J Brecelj

 

ISCEV symposium: "Electrophysiological assessment of visual function at the 24th Congress of the Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO).

Date: 16–19 May 2009.

Site: Bali, Indonesia.

Organizer: Dr Atsushi Mizota (Juntendo University, Japan)
Moderator: Prof Masayuki Horiguchi (Fujita Health University, Japan)

 

2007

Electrophysiology in Animal Models of Eye Disease (Conference & Training Workshop)

Date: 14–16 September

Site: John Hopkins University, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA

Organizer: Neal Adams

<http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/wilmer/conf>

 

2007

EVER 2007 (European Association for Vision and Eye Research Congress)

Date: 3–6 October 2007

Site: Portorož, Slovenia

Local Organiser: Marko Hawlina

 

2007

Electrophysiology in Animal Models of Eye Disease (Conference & Training Workshop)

Date: 2–3 June

Site: John Hopkins University, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA

Organizer: Neal Adams

→ PDF

 

2007

ISCEV@SOE (European Society of Ophthalmology Congress)

Date: 9–12 June

Site: Vienna, Austria

Electrophsyiology and Functional Imaging in Retinal Disease (Scientific Session)

Paediatric Clinical Electrophysiologyof Vision (Course)

 

2006

International Neuro-ophthalmology Society (INOS) XVI meeting

Site: Tokyo, Japan

Date: 29 November – 2 December

Electrophsyiology in neuro-ophthalmology session

Organiser: Colin Barber

 

2006

ISCEV4EVER (at the European Association for Vision and Eye Research Congress)

Date: 4–6 October 2006

Organiser Dr G E Holder

The EVER Lecture: Prof Nicholas Galloway

ISCEV Scientific Session Organiser: Pierre Lachapelle

 

2005

Symposium on the Function and Dysfunction of Vision

In honour of Professor Zrenner's 60th birthday

Location: University of Tübingen, Germany

Date: November 4–5 2005

→Download Symposium Programme (PDF)

 

Past courses


2013

Moorfields Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

Date & Location: 19–22 March 2013, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK

Organisers: Prof GE Holder & C Hogg

Website: www.moorfields.nhs.uk/Healthprofessionals/Medicaleducation

Contact: Postgraduate Medical Education Centre, Tel:+20 7566 2428, Fax:+20 7566 2223

 

2012

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course
Date & Location: 14–15 March 2012, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK
Organiser: Dr Chris Hogg
→Website
Contact: Postgraduate Medical Education Centre, Tel +20 7566 2428, Fax +20 7566 2223

 

ARVO Educational Course: Animal Electroretinography in Ophthalmic Research

Date & Location: 05 May 2012. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
Organisation: Prof Mathias Seeliger, Dr Naoyuki Tanimoto
Contact: see@uni-tuebingen.de

 

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, Valencia, Spain
Date: 3–4 June 2012
Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder
→Website

 

National training course of clinical electrophysiology in China
Dates & Location : May 2012, Shi Jia Zhuang, Hebei Province, China
Organiser(s): Chinese Visual Physiology and Visual Science Committee in Chinese Ophthalmology Society
Contacts: Prof. Zheng Qin YIN qinzyin@yahoo.com.cn
Prof.Chao Yin WANG: wanghc191@sina.com

 

16 th Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte (ISCEV approved German language course)
Dates & Location : Siegburg, Germany, 26–27 Oct 2012
Organizer : Prof. Ulrich Kellner, M.D.
Contact : kellneru@retinascience.de

2011

Quebéc, Canada, 17–18 September

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision,

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

London, UK, 30 March – 1 April 2011

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

With an optional half day introduction for non ophthalmologists – 29 March

Course organiser: Professor G E Holder

 

2010

Fremantle, Western Australia, 5–6 November 2010

ISCEV Course: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

Date: 5–6 November

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

ISCEV Course: Animal Electrophysiology and Imaging

Date 5 November

Course Director: Prof Mathias Seeliger

 

 

Ljubljana, Slovenia, 17–18 September 2010

Symposium on Clinical Neurophysiology of Vision and on Eye Movements

with ERG & VEP course

Course organisers: Jelka Brecelj and Janez Zidar

Invitation and call for papers (PDF)

Course Programme (RTF)

London, UK, 23/24–26 March 2010

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

With an optional half day introduction for non ophthalmologists – 23 March

Course organiser: Professor G E Holder

Moorfields Electrophysiology course website

Berlin, Germany, 16–17 October 2009

Visual Electrophysiology Course for Ophthalmologists – ISCEV approved. (German Language)


Organisers: Klaus Ruether & Ulrich Kellner Information: klaus.ruether@charite.de

email: klaus.ruether@charite.de

Padova, Italy, 5–6 July 2009

ISCEV Course : Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (Human)

Course Director: Prof Graham E Holder

Symposium website

 

London, UK, 25–27 March 2009

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

With an optional half day introduction for non ophthalmologists – 24 March

Course organiser: Professor G E Holder

Provisional faculty includes: Professor Geoffrey Arden, Professor Michael Bach, Professor Alan Bird, Mr Chris Hogg, Dr Bart LeRoy, Professor Gunter Niemeyer, Dr Anthony Robson, Dr Dorothy Thompson.

→ Download Flyer

Munich, Germany, 23–24 April 2009

The 19th Munich Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

German and English Language)

Site: University Eye Hospital 80336 Munich,


Organisers: Prof TA Berninger, Prof A Kampik, Dr M Mackert, Dr G Rudolph Contact

email: thomasberninger@gmx.de

 

Potsdam, Germany, 24–25 October 2008

ISCEV approved course on Visual Electrophysiology (German Language):,

Organisers: Klaus Ruether & Ulrich Kellner

Contact: klaus.ruether@charite.de

 

Morgantown, USA, 8–10 July 2008

ISCEV Course : Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (Human)

Course Director: Graham E Holder

 

Visual Electrophysiology in Animals (Course): from Laboratory to Clinic

Course Director: Dr Neal Peachey

 

London, UK, 12–14 March 2008

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

With an optional half day introduction for non ophthalmologists – 11 March

Course organiser: Professor G E Holder

Provisional faculty includes: Professor Geoffrey Arden, Professor Michael Bach, Professor John Heckenlively, Mr Chris Hogg, Dr Bart LeRoy, Professor Gunter Niemeyer, Dr Anthony Robson, Dr Dorothy Thompson.

→ Download Flyer

Munich, Germany, 21–23 May 2008

18th Munich Electrophsyiology Course

Language: German/English

Organisers: Professor T.A. Berninger, Professor A. Kampik, PD G. Rudolph

Faculty: Prof. Geoffrey B Arden ( London ), Prof. Michael Bach (Freiburg), Prof. Thomas A. Berninger (München), PD Dr. Dorothea Besch (Tübingen), Mr. Chris Hogg ( London ), Prof. Graham E. Holder ( London ) , PD Dr. Herbert Jägle (Göttingen/Tübingen), Prof. Herman Krastel (Heidelberg), PD Dr. Thomas Meigen (Würzburg), Dr. Aljoscha Neubauer (München), Prof. Anja Palmowski (Basel), PD Dr. Günther Rudolph (München), Prof. Olaf Strauß (Regensburg), PD. Dr. Hannes Wildberger (Zürich), Dr. Inna Zolnikova (Moskau)

All native English speakers will present their talks in English (Prof. Geoffrey B Arden, Mr. Chris Hogg and Prof. Graham E. Holder

Dowload program

 

Hyderabad, India, August 2007

ISCEV XLV Teaching Course

Course organiser: Dr G E Holder

 

Vienna, Austria, 9–12 June 2007

SOE (European Society of Ophthalmology Congress)

Paediatric Clinical Electrophysiologyof Vision (Course)

 

London, UK, 28–30 March 2007

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

Optional Introduction to ophthalmology – 27 March

Course organiser: Dr G E Holder

Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor C Barber, Professor M Bach, Professor AC Bird, Professor F Fitzke, Mr. CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr B LeRoy, Professor G Niemeyer, Dr AG Robson, Dr D Thompson.

 

Siegburg, Germany, 20–21 October 2006

Course in Electrophysiology for Ophthalmologists (German Language)

Organisers: Ulrich Kellner and Klaus Rüther

Padova, Italy, 13–14 October 2006

The IV Theoretical-Practical Course of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision in Italy

Organiser: Alma Patrizia Tormene

Faculty: Prof B Falsini, Dr GE Holder, Dr D Keating, Dr C. Macaluso, Professor G. Niemeyer, Dr V Parisi, Dr C.Riva, Dr A.P.Tormene.

 

Paris, France, 9–10 June 2006

Location: Paris Hospital XV-XX, France

ISCEV Teaching Course

Organiser: Dr G E Holder

 

London, UK, 29–31 March 2006

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

Course organiser: Dr G E Holder

Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor C Barber, Professor M Bach, Professor AC Bird, Professor F Fitzke, Mr. CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr B LeRoy, Professor G Niemeyer, Dr AG Robson, Dr D Thompson.

 

Glasgow, UK, 22–23 Aug 2005

Course organiser: Graham Holder

Local organiser: Ruth Hamilton

The Teaching Course was held prior to the main ISCEV 2005 symposium. The course was taught by the ISCEV faculty:

Dr Graham Holder, Prof Ulrich Kellner, Dr Don Hood, Prof Michael Bach, Mr Chris Hogg

 

Munich 26./27.5.2005

“XV. Kurs für Diagnostik erworbenener Netzhaut- und Sehnerverkrankungen sowie Farbsinnuntersuchungen”

Course organiser: Prof. Dr. med. TA Berninger, Dr. A. Neubauer, Dr. G Rudolph.

Faculty: Prof GB Arden (London), Prof M Bach (Freiburg), Dr D Besch (Tübingen), Prof T Berninger (München), Prof AC Bird (London), Mr C Hogg (London), Dr G Holder (London), Dr P Kalpadakis (München), Prof H Krastel (Heidelberg), PD Dr T Meigen (Würzburg), Dr A Neubauer (München), PD Dr A Palmowski (Homburg), Dr G Rudolph (München), PD Dr A Wildberger (Zürich)

Contact: Prof Dr TA Berninger/Dr A Neubauer/Dr G Rudolph
Univ.-Augenklinik, Mathildenstr. 8, 80336 München 2,
Tel: 089-5160-3892, FAX: 089-5160-5160

London, UK, 2–4 March 2005

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course

Course organiser: Dr G E Holder

Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor C Barber, Professor AC Bird,
Professor F Fitzke, Mr. CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr B LeRoy, Professor G Niemeyer, Dr AG Robson, Dr D Thompson.


Siegburg, Germany, 15./16.10.2004

“8. Berlin-Siegburger ISCEV-approved Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte”
Course organisers: Kellner & Rüther
Faculty: Prof Bach/Freiburg, Prof Kellner/Berlin, Dr Lapp/Wuppertal & Prof Rüther/Berlin.
Registration: kellneru@retinascience.de

 

Munich 20./21.5.2004

“XIV. Kurs für Diagnostik erworbenener Netzhaut- und Sehnerverkrankungen sowie Farbsinnuntersuchungen”

Course organiser: Prof. Dr. med. TA Berninger, Dr. A. Neubauer, Dr. G Rudolph.

Faculty: Prof GB Arden (London), Prof M Bach (Freiburg), Dr D Besch (Tübingen), Prof T Berninger (München), Prof AC Bird (London), Mr C Hogg (London), Dr G Holder (London), Dr P Kalpadakis (München), Prof H Krastel (Heidelberg), PD Dr T Meigen (Würzburg), Dr A Neubauer (München), PD Dr A Palmowski (Homburg), Dr G Rudolph (München), PD Dr A Wildberger (Zürich)

Contact: Prof Dr TA Berninger/Dr A Neubauer/Dr G Rudolph
Univ.-Augenklinik, Mathildenstr. 8, 80336 München 2,
Tel: 089-5160-3892, FAX: 089-5160-5160

London 23/24-26 March 2004

Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course 24 th to 26 th March 2004 (with an optional half day prior to course on 23 March 2004 for non-ophthalmologists)

Course organiser: Dr GE Holder
Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor AC Bird, Mr CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr D Thompson, Professor G Niemeyer, Dr AG Robson, Professor M Bach, Professor F Fitzke, and Dr B LeRoy.

 

Berlin, Germany, 31.10. – 1.11.2003

“7. Berliner ISCEV-approved Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte”
Course organisers: Kellner & Rüther
Faculty: Prof Bach/Freiburg, Prof Kellner/Berlin, Dr Lapp/Wuppertal & Prof Rüther/Berlin.
Registration: klaus.ruether@charite.de

Munich 29.5.2003 – 30.5.2003

“XIII. Kurs für Diagnostik erworbenener Netzhaut- und Sehnerverkrankungen sowie Farbsinnuntersuchungen”

Course organiser: Prof. Dr. med. T.A. Berninger, Dr. A. Neubauer, Dr. G Rudolph.

Faculty: Prof. G.B. Arden (London), Prof. M. Bach (Freiburg), Dr. D. Besch (Tübingen), Prof. T. Berninger (München), Prof. A.C. Bird (London), Mr. C. Hogg (London), Dr. G. Holder (London), Dr. P. Kalpadakis (München), Prof. H. Krastel (Heidelberg), PD Dr. T. Meigen (Würzburg), Dr. A. Neubauer (München), PD Dr. A. Palmowski (Homburg), Dr. G. Rudolph (München), PD. Dr. A. Wildberger (Zürich)

London 25/26-28th February 2003,

“Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course” (with an optional half day prior to course on 25th February 2003 for non-ophthalmologists)

Course organiser: Dr GE Holder
Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor AC Bird, Mr CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr D Thompson, Professor G Niemeyer, Dr AG Robson.

Course at the Nagoya Symposium 31 March – 1 April 2003

Leuwen, 16-16 July 2002

“Pre-Meeting Course in Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision”

Berlin, Germany, 1-2 November 20002

“6. Berlin-Hamburger ISCEV-approved Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte”. Course organiser: Kellner & Rüther. Faculty: Prof Bach/Freiburg, Prof Foerster/Berlin, Prof Kellner/Berlin, Dr Lapp/Wuppertal & Prof Rüther/Hamburg.

London, 5-8 March 2002

“Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course”, Course organiser: Dr GE Holder. Provisional faculty includes: Prof GB Arden, Prof AC Bird, Mr CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr D Thompson, Professor G Niemeyer.

Hamburg, Germany, 19-20 Oct 2001

5. Berlin-Hamburger Elektrophysiologie-Kurs. Course organizers: Klaus Rüther and Ulrich Kellner. Faculty: Bach, Prof Kellner, Lapp, Richard & Rüther

Orford, Quebec, Canada, 16/17 June 2001

The “ISCEV course on standard techniques” will be held immediately prior to the Canadian Symposium. Organizers: Richard G Weleber, Graham E Holder & Stuart G Coupland

Munich, 23-25 May 2001

“11. Kurs für Diagnostik erworbener Netzhaut- und Sehnervenerkrankungen, Farbsinnuntersuchungen” Organized by Prof. Thomas Berninger

London, 20–23 March 2001

“Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course”. Course organiser: Dr GE Holder. Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor AC Bird, Mr CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr A Kriss, Professor G Niemeyer.

Berlin, Germany, 13–14 October 2000

“4. Berliner ISCEV-approved Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte”. Course organiser: Kellner & Rüther. Faculty: Prof Bach/Freiburg, Prof Foerster/Berlin, Prof Kellner/Berlin, Dr Lapp/Wuppertal & Prof Rüther/Hamburg.

London, 28/29–31 March 2000

“Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course” Course organiser: Dr GE Holder. Provisional faculty includes: Professor GB Arden, Professor AC Bird, Mr CR Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr A Kriss, Professor G Niemeyer.

Sydney, Australia, 12–13 February 2000

“4th ISCEV course on standard techniques” and “ISCEV course in multifocal techniques”, both held in conjunction with the Australian symposium. Organizers: Richard G. Weleber & Vaegan

Berlin, Germany, 8–9 October 1999

“3. Berliner Elektrophysiologiekurs für Augenärzte”. Organizers: Kellner, Rüther, Lapp & Bach

Padua, 30 Sept – 1 Oct 1999

The “2nd Italian ISCEV-approved electrophysiological course” is open to anyone who is interested in the Electrophysiology of Vision. The language will be Italian (with translation service offered for non-Italian lessons) and the main topics are: the neural organization of the retina and of the optic pathways, the phototransduction, ERG, VEP, PERG, EOG, ISCEV standard, focal and multifocal ERG, paediatric applications and ENG. Faculty includes: Prof. Adriana Fiorentini, Vittorio Porciatti, Mario Anastasi, Benedetto Falsini, Claudio Macaluso, Vincenzo Parisi, Gennaro Ambrosio, Riccardo Frosini, Roberto Magni, Leopoldo Spadea, Paolo Perissutti, Stefano Fabris, Roberta Busana, Chiara Riva, Patrizia Tormene and Doctor Mathias Seeliger from Tübingen. The course will be made up partly of theoretical lessons, held in the morning, and partly of practical sessions, which will be held in the afternoons and during which all participants will be able to personally carry out some basic examinations.Course organizer: Dr. Patrizia Tormene

London, 16/17–19 February 1999 “Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Course”

A three day course will be held by the Electrodiagnostic Department of Moorfields Eye Hospital, which will take place in the Clinical Tutorial Complex. Course organiser: Dr GE Holder. Provisional faculty includes: Professor G B Arden, Professor A C Bird, Mr C R Hogg, Dr GE Holder, Dr A Kriss, Professor G Niemeyer.

Berlin, Germany, October 1998

In Berlin on October 2–3, 1997 (Organizers: Kellner, Rüther & Bach).

Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, June 1998

Before the 1998 meeting.

Berlin, Germany, October 1997

In Berlin on October 2–3, 1997 (Organizers: Kellner & Rüther)

Asilomar, USA, July 1997

The ISCEV Course in Electrophysiology is being offered at Asilomar on Saturday and Sunday July 19–20, 1997, with hands-on instruction. Participation is limited to 30, so interested persons are urged to apply soon.  

Birmingham, England, April 1997

ISCEV Course at the Annual Congress of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in Birmingham, England on 28 April, 1997.

 

 


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