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UKNOSIG aims to bring together Neuro-Ophthalmologists from around the UK, and internationally, to advance learning and research in this field.

 

SAVE THE DATE: 26-27th September: Joint meeting with the Danish Neuro-Ophthalmology Society

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NEXT EVENT: Neuroscience, Colour and the Visual Arts - Wednesday 03 April 2019

Combined meeting with The Colour Group (GB) , to be held at City University, London

In this the first of a series of meetings we intend to bring together clinicians and vision scientists to discuss the influence that visual disorders, normal brain function and psychophysical phenomena have on the generation and appreciation of visual art. The meetings will be of interest to vision scientists, ophthalmologists, neurologists and all who practise and appreciate the arts of painting and drawing. Click here for more location and registration details (free to attend).

Save the date: UKNOSIG 25 MARCH 2020, ST THOMAS’ HOSPITAL LONDON

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Guest speaker: Professor Daniel Milea, Head of the Visual Neuroscience Group at the Singapore Eye Research Institute & Professor of Ophthalmology at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore

Medical Ophthalmology Society UK (MOSUK) meeting to be held at the same venue the next day, March 26th 2020

Registration information and programme details to follow in due course

 

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