Special autumn course on Adaptive Optics retinal imaging in Paris – October 8, 2018

What is adaptive optics (AO)? How to use its full potential in retinal imaging? How to interpret AO images in case of pathology ? If you are curious about these questions, come to Paris, France, on October 8th 2018 and attend the first 1-day course fully dedicated to AO retinal imaging. Registration is open !

Prof Michel Paques at France’s Institute of Vision and his collaborators organize this meeting to adress the need for better integration of AO
retinal imaging into clinical practice.

This 1-day course will comprise basic knowledge on cellular-level retinal imaging, and descriptions of a wide variety of normal and pathological retinal images. Age-related macular degeneration, inherited retinal dystrophies, retinal detachment, but also arterial hypertension and inherited stroke disorder are already on the program. A collective discussion on clinical cases will close the event.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to interact with a panel of experts
in adaptive optics, including several users of the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera.

If you have any question about this event, write to the organizers.
To share the news, you can download the flyer.

 

To learn more about the rtx1 AO Retinal Camera, click here.