This two day conference is for anyone, aimed in particular at medical, optometry and orthoptics students, early career doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals and scientists and anyone else interested in ophthalmology, optometry and visual science research.
Saturday 3rd July - Sunday 4th July 2021
Delivered via Zoom.
Presented by Queen's University Belfast
"This conference will be excellent, offering a variety of clinical and scientific subjects, delivered by experts. It should be an inspiring start to summer 2021!"
Dr Michael Williams, UG and FY Lead, Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Belfast Eye Conference aims, for one weekend this summer, to bring together those who are fascinated by clinical ophthalmology and vision related research around the world.
The conference will provide the stage for a set of speakers who will give broad and varied perspectives on eye related disease. You will hear clinically informative talks from Consultant Ophthalmologists who will discuss topics relating to their sub-specialty, and hear from other members of the multi-disciplinary team. And on Sunday, we are excited to showcase cutting edge vision related research.
Belfast Eye Conference will also provide a platform for delegates - you! - to showcase your research, in oral and poster formats. (See below for more details)
All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance and a meeting abstract book.
Location: Online via Zoom
Time: 3rd July to 4th July 2021
To purchase a conference ticket, please go to our conference ticket page.
Deadline for registration: Wednesday 5pm 30th June 2021
Belfast Eye Conference is free of charge to attend. Registration will allow delegates access the full two day conference.
Delegates will be emailed a link to the conference as well as a detailed conference programme in advance of the conference.
Belfast Eye Conference is an ideal opportunity for you to disseminate your ophthalmology related research or interesting case to the world!
Abstract submission deadline: 5pm GMT 15th June 2021
Check back on the 3rd July 2021 to view our research poster gallery.