Albrecht-von-Graefe Memorial Lecture

Every ten years, the DOG awards the Albrecht-von-Graefe Medal to ophthalmologists who have made outstanding ­con­­tri­butions to advancing the field of oph­thalmology. The Albrecht-von-Graefe Medal is the highest distinction ­awarded by the DOG. In 2016 it will be presented to Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Eberhart Zrenner.

Custodis Lecture: Barriers to progress in retinal detachment

Every two years the Retina Society awards the Custodis Lecture to a renowned researcher in honor of his life’s work with which he has made an outstanding contribution to matters relating to retinal diseases. This year’s Custodis Lecture will be awarded to Professor Dr. Bill Aylward, London. In his lecture Bill Aylward will be dealing […]

Volume of Abstracts now online

The abstracts of the papers as well as the poster presentations are now available online (PDF, 2.4 MB). You will find the abstracts along with an index of authors as a supplement in the journal “Der Ophthalmologe”.

Do we still need the laser in diabetic macular edema? – FEOph Symposium

During the FEOph Symposium, junior speakers from France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy and Spain are holding lectures with focus on „Do we still need the laser in diabetic macular edema?“.

Is the time right for subspecialties in developing countries?

Symposium of the DOG-Section International Ophthalmology

The way how subspecialities in ophthalmology are addressed in developing countries varies depending on local socio-economic and political issues. The development of primary, secondary and tertiary health care centers including community based rehabilitation activities are important structures to improve medical education and patient care. An overview will be given from the African, South-American and Southeast Asian experience.

DOG 2016 App – Program Overview and Details, Information about Speakers and Session Evaluation

Stay informed with the DOG congress app (iOS, Android). All changes after printing of the final program are included. Use the session evaluation for sending us your feedback!

Course in English Language: Principles and Clinical Impact of Optical Coherence Tomogragraphy (OCT)

This course Principles and Clinical Impact of Optical Coherence Tomogragraphy (OCT) is designed for participants from non-German speaking countries.

Sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for ocular surface diseases

Symposium of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society and the DOG

This traditional Symposium of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society and the DOG will include up-to-date diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for commonly diagnosed corneal diseases. Clinical, biochemical, tomographic and confocal microscopic aspects of corneal wound healing will be covered.

Estrel and Congress: Hotel and Conference Centre under One Roof

The Estrel combines hotel and congress center and offers room for more than 1.000 guests in its adjoining hotel. With meeting, accommodation and exhibition under one roof, the DOG 2016 offers its participants proximity and comfort.

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