Prof. Robert MacLaren
107th Oxford Ophthalmological Congress
1st - 3rd July 2024
Scientific Sessions - New Theatre
Refreshments, Posters and Exhibition - Oxford Town Hall
1 February 2024, Midnight
There are two prizes available; the Founders Cup (laboratory research) and the Ian Fraser Cup (clinical research).
Early Career Research* POSTER AWARDS (*eligibility).
New timings and locations for 2024
Start Monday - 09:45
Finish Wednesday - 16:00
Master: James Talks, Newcastle
Secretary: Mandeep Sagoo, London
Treasurer: Dan Morris, Cardiff
Editor: Rachel Pilling, Bradford
Master Elect: Manoj Parulekar, Oxford
Deputy Master: Christina Dinah, London
Graeme Black, Manchester
Sarah Coupland, Liverpool
Samantha De Silva, Oxford
Parul Desai, London
Andrew Dick, Bristol
Harminder Dua, Nottingham
Marie Hickey Dwyer, Limerick, EIRE
Roxanne Hillier, Newcastle
Peng Khaw, London
Caroline MacEwen, Dundee
Susan Mollan, Birmingham
Our Congress Mission since 1909
For the cultivation of the spirit of good fellowship and of unconventionality, the right of our youngest member to rank with his oldest colleague, and last, but assuredly not least, the frank, free and tolerant discussion of scientific matters brought before its gathering. Picture, Robert W Doyne, founder of the Oxford Ophthalmological Congress.
A unique 'Ophthalmic and Oxford' experience for delegates and speakers...
The Oxford Ophthalmological Congress is the LONGEST STANDING ophthalmological meeting held in the United Kingdom. The Congress maintains its status as a key meeting to hear about advances in ophthalmology. The congress attracts distinguished ophthalmology specialists, faculty groups and students from both the UK and aboard.
A diverse scientific programme Led by national and international speakers from varied fields across ophthalmology.
A forum for sharing first-data and facilitating frank discussion The Rapid Fire session offers those presenting perhaps their first opportunity to speak in front of a large international audience, inspiring for all. Illustrious speakers offer a personal perspective on best practice in the Case Study Presentation session.
Enchanting Oxford venues The New Theatre is our venue for the scientific programme throughout, the Oxford Town Hall for Monday and Tuesday refreshments, posters, exhibition, drinks reception and Herford College for the Tuesday Gala Dinner. All have their distinctive charm and offer an ambience not often found in congress centres.
Relaxed and inclusive social gatherings A chance to reflect upon and discuss events of the day. Occasions to catch up with old acquaintances and make some new ones.
Supporting the wider ophthalmic community The Oxford Ophthalmological Congress funds a maximum of four overseas ophthalmologists each year to help them attend the meeting. If you are interested in applying for funding you can find out more here.
Registration: 08:00 - 09:00
VENUE: New Theatre
VENUE: New Theatre