Big Trouble? Keynote Lecture on the Common Errors in Neuro-Ophthalmic Cases

In a keynote lecture based on a career-long review of medical cases that led to malpractice litigation, Professor Jonathan Trobe will present the most common and dreadful errors made by ophthalmologists involving neuro-ophthalmic issues on October 3, 2015 at 11.30 am.

Plasticity of Brain: New Strategies to Improve Vision

Can our brains learn to see again after vision loss? And is it also possible that the healthy brain draws on resources that allow us to improve our vision significantly beyond 20/20? These fascinating and up-to-the-minute questions are the focus of the symposium “Adaptation, Perceptual Learning, and Plasticity of Brain Functions”, held on Saturday, October 3, 2015, starting at 8:00 am.

Hotel Booking

You may book your hotel online either following your congress registration or by clicking on this link.

Posters in Unrivaled Sessions

The poster sessions will take place from Thursday to Saturday immediately after the lunch break and without competition from other simultaneous events. In order to devote appropriate attention to the posters, all posters will be presented and discussed in small groups, each of which will be facilitated by two moderators.

Attractive Travel Awards, Prizes, Funding – DOG Travel Awards

The DOG awards several prizes and funding for outstanding research achievements, which are to be presented at the congress in a ceremony taking place on Saturday.
All participants from Middle Eastern European countries will have free access to the congress.

Charity Run: EyeRun – Register now

On Friday morning, the congress participants can once again take part in the five kilometer run for the benefit of the DOG Foundation “Stiftung Auge”. The run starts at the Estrel and leads around the Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park. Register now online and secure yourself a participant T-shirt.