The Retina Conference is an annual event organised by Irish patient-led charity Fighting Blindness. Retina 2020 brings together top international and Irish researchers and clinicians in the global effort to find treatments and cures for conditions causing vision impairment and blindness.
In response to Covid-19, Fighting Blindness has developed a virtual experience for Retina 2020. This virtual meeting will take place on Friday 6 November with a stream of live and pre-recorded adapted presentations, which will be available on demand after the event.
To ensure a true Retina conference experience, we aim to deliver the highest quality content presented by world-renowned experts in the field of retina and a forum for researchers at all stages of their careers to exchange ideas and knowledge.
Transforming Ophthalmology With Artificial Intelligence
Imaging as Outcome Measures for Clinical Trials in Inherited Retinal Degenerations
Mild End-of-the-Spectrum Retinal Disease
Bringing The Retina To The Smartphone
Story Studio with Jonathan McCrea: The Words We Use
Sex ratio imbalance in Stargardt disease associated with mild ABCA4 alleles
Technological and practical challenges of home-monitoring age-related macular degeneration: The MONARCH study
PPI Ignite Programme Manager in Trinity College Dublin
Director of the Trinity Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability, TCD
Structural variants create new topological associated domains and ectopic retinal enhancer-gene contact in dominant retinitis pigmentosa
Functional interrogation of cone-rod dystrophy-associated RAB28 using C. elegans and zebrafish models
SARM1 deficiency promotes rod and cone photoreceptor cell survival in a mouse model of retinal degeneration
Demonstration of circadian mediated cycling of inner blood retinal barrier integrity in dry AMD patients and age matched controls
Our virtual poster gallery is the perfect opportunity for you to share your research efforts and connect with the wider community. A number of posters will be selected for presentation as part of the main Scientific Programme. Young Investigator Awards will be presented on the day.
Register here for a chance to have your work seen and win the Retina 2020 Young Investigator Award.