Thea Pharma - 4th European Meeting of Young Ophthalmologists - 2020
 

 

OFFICIAL STATEMENT ON THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

There is understandably a great deal of concern about the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety of our attendees is our utmost priority. Please be assured that we are monitoring the situation very closely and are in regular contact with the health authorities in Belgium. At present, there are no plans to postpone or cancel EMYO. Should there be any changes to the current status, we will take account of any recommendations from the relevant national and regional authorities, and the municipal health authorities, and implement all appropriate instructions.
We draw your attention to the World Health Organization’s Situation Reports which provide updates on the virus. https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/situation-reports

 

Dear colleague,

We are proud to announce the 4th European Meeting of  Young Ophthalmologists.

This scienitific event will take place on Friday, July 10th and Saturday, July 11th 2020 at the Auditorium André Simonart UCL in Brussels.

Please note EMYO is by and for Young Ophthalmologists in training or up to 5 years after completing specialization in ophthalmology.

The topics that will be addressed are:

Friday, July 10th:

  • Cornea
  • Pediatric Ophthalmology
  • Oculoplastics
  • Optic nerve & Glaucoma & Neuropathy 
  • Refractive & Cataract surgery
  • Retina

Saturday, July 11th:

  • Video sessions on cataract surgery
  • Price ceremony for best EMYO  2020 presentations and abstract
  • Future of YO in Europe, Brexit, trends in ophthalmology
  • Fellowships in Europe (SOE possibilities/sharing experience)

We look forward to meeting you in July 2020!

Yours truly,

Presidents of the Organising Committee

Vincent Qin & Stefaan Van Nuffel

 

* Young Ophthalmologists (EMYO is by and for Young Ophthalmologists in training or up to 5 years after completing specialization in ophthalmology)
   EMYO was initially created by the SPO Jovem, the Portuguese YO’s section of the Portuguese Society of Ophthalmology

With the kind support of