Scientific Information


  • Lid tumors
  • Optic nerve disease update
  • Patient selection for cataract surgery with multifocal IOLs
  • Priorities in eye care to prevent visual handicap
  • Do we need something better than trabeculectomy?
  • Mechanisms of damage in glaucoma
  • Axoprotection and Neuroenhancement
  • Evidence-based neuroprotection: the role of citicoline oral solution
  • Minimally invasive strabismus surgery
  • Choroidal circulation in thyroid ophthalmopathy
  • Indications and complications of episcleral retinal detachment surgery
  • Chronic inflammation and dietary supplements
  • Thyroid and eye diseases
  • Clinical surprises
  • Visual acuity improvement in amblyopic adults
  • Neurotrophic treatment of corneal ulcers


The use of personal laptops in the meeting room is not allowed.

Speakers are kindly requested to use “PowerPoint” (Windows or OS X Apple) or Keynote for their presentations. The dimensions of the presentation should not exceed 300 MB, videos included.

The use of pens or memory stick is advisable to ease downloading of presentations, and it should be handed to technicians at the Slide Centre in good time. Please remember to collect your memory pen from the Slide Centre at the end of the session.

Speakers with presentations on USB key

Please report it to the Slide Centre at least one hour before your presentation or the day before if you are scheduled to speak in the morning.

Speakers with presentations on personal laptops

Please report to the Slide Centre at least four hours before your presentation or the day before, if scheduled in the morning.
This timing will allow your presentation to be uploaded onto the system.

On Friday 6th July and Saturday 7th July, the Slide Centre will be open from 08.00 to 17.00 to enable speakers to prepare their slides.