rtx1 users e-symposium 2023

This year, the rtx1 users e-symposium was chaired by Prof. Tunde Peto and Prof. Marie-Hélène Errera. The replay is now available

On September 18th, at 4pm CEST, we invite you to join us online for a 90-min meeting about recent clinical research enabled by the rtx1 adaptive optics (AO) retinal camera.

The program includes:

  • Clinical studies and case reports presented by rtx1 users, who will share recent progess and findings.
    They will cover inherited retinal diseases, age-related macular degeneration, arterial hypertension, and neurodegenerative diseases.
  • Update on product features by Imagine Eyes
  • Time for discussion


Virtual symposium chaired by



4:00pm CEST – Welcome

4:02pm CEST – Session 1

  • Insight into neurodegenerative diseases thanks to retinal imaging. Imre Lengyel – Queen’s University Belfast, UK
  • Deciphering hyperreflective foci in age related macular degeneration with adaptive optics – PINNACLE study. Christopher Holmes – Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK
  • Morphometric analysis of retinal arterioles in RPE65-associated RP patients treated with voretigene neparvovec. Friederike Kortuem, University Hospital of Tuebingen (GER)
  • Discussion

4:36pm CEST – Company talk

  • New features for the rtx1 AO retinal camera. Imagine Eyes
  • Q&A

4:52pm CEST – Session 2

  • Adaptive optics retinal imaging for monitoring arterial hypertension. Michel Paques, Quinze-Vingts National Eye Hospital, Paris (FR)
  • Adaptive optics imaging for inherited retinal diseases. Kiyoko Gocho, Quinze-Vingts National Eye Hospital (FR)
  • AO imaging protocol for retinitis pigmentosa – AO-vision study. Pam Heutinck – Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, NL
  • Discussion

5:30pm CEST – Concluding remarks