The 5th annual autumn course on innovative imaging of eye disease – i2Eye 2022 – organized by PARIS Eye Imaging group will take place in Paris on October 5-7 2022, in a hybrid format.
In this 3-day meeting, experts in ophthalmology, physics, biology, and image processing will address the latest advances in ocular imaging, how they help understand diseases and improve clinical care.
Registration and abstract submission (deadline August 31) are now open.
Confirmed invited speakers include Jessica Morgan (University of Pennsylvania), Rigmor Baraas (University of South-Eastern Norway), Rainer Leitgeb (University of Vienna), and Olivier Goureau (Institut de la Vision), along with contributions from the organizing commitee, composed of Kate Grieve (Institut de la Vision), Ethan Rossi (University of Pittsburgh), Michel Paques (Quinze-Vingts National Eye Hospital), Pedro Mecê (ONERA), Olivier Thouvenin (Institut Langevin), and Kiyoko Gocho (Institut de la Vision).
Day 1 – Oct 5:
Novel microscopy methods, retinal organoids and cell cultures.
At Institut Langevin.
Invited talks, contributed talks and poster sessions, combined with the opportunity to network and visit industry stands.
Day 2 and Day 3 – Oct 6th and 7:
In-vivo ocular imaging devices, clinical applications and image processing.
At Quinze-Vingts National Ophthalmology Hospital.
Live visits of labs with device demonstrations, discussion of clinical cases, as well as sessions of talks.
Registration is free of charge. Online participants will be able to join virtually for the seminar parts. Abstract deadline is August 31.