New Frontiers in Ophthalmology

 

New Frontiers in Ophthalmology is the annual meeting of the Research Foundation. First held in 2013, it has developed to become a seminal event in the educational calendar.

Hosting key international speakers, New Frontiers in Ophthalmology is at the forefront of education in the diverse field of Ophthalmology. Topics range from Corneal Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering, Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, Ocular Oncology, Paediatric Ophthalmology and Age Related Macular Degeneration.

Attendees have the opportunity to engage with experts and learn of the latest developments in their field.

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IX New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting

taking place online

Thursday 16th September 2021, 6pm to 8pm 

Following the success of our 2020 Virtual Meeting, we would like to invite you to join us for the IX New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting, taking place online, Thursday 16th September from 6pm.

Chaired by Professor Billy Power of the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin, our meeting this year will provide a focus on Refractive Surgery.

With internationally renowned expert speakers joining us from Boston Mass Eye and Ear Hospital and The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, an exciting and topical meeting is assured and we look forward to hosting this key educational forum for our colleagues.

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CME form the Irish College of Ophthalmology will be awarded for this meeting

This meeting is kindly sponsored by     

VII New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting

‘Paedriatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus’

9.30 – 13.00, Thursday 20th June 2019, Education & Conference Centre, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital

 

Speakers at the 2019 meeting:
Mr. Joe Abbot, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Ms. Arundhati Dev Borman, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Mr. Stephen Farrell, Temple Street Children’s Hospital & MMUH
Mr. Ian Flitcroft, Temple Street Children’s Hospital & MMUH
Mr. Ian Marsh, University Hospital Aintree

 

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New Frontiers in Ophthalmology is followed in the afternoon by the annual Eithne Walls Research Meeting.

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VIII New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting 2020

‘Fluid vs. Function in the Treatment of Wet AMD’

Virtual Meeting

Thursday 8th October

 

 

2020 was a challenging year for all, and we were delighted to be able to bring this key educational event online, connect with our colleagues, and continue to provide a forum for learning and knowledge sharing in Ophthalmology.

This year’s theme ‘Fluid vs. Function in the Treatment of Wet AMD’ provides to be an opportunity to come together and discuss this important topic with our speakers;

Professor Matthew Campbell of the Smurfit Institute for Genetics, Trinity College Dublin, (Biography)

Professor Robin Hamilton of Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, (Biography)

Ms. Andrea Ryan of the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin.

Chaired by Mr. Mark Cahill, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin

 

Programme

This meeting has been awarded 2 External Points & 0.5 Internal CME Points  by the Irish College of Ophthalmology 

1 CPD credit is equivalent to 1 hour of educational activity

 

 

This meeting is supported by

Ocular Inflammation

The 2018 New Frontiers in Ophthalmology took place on Thursday 7th June.
Always an important event in the calendar year, this year’s meeting again played host to expert speakers and international colleagues, focusing on advances in Ocular Inflammation

Speakers included

  • Dr John Fitzsimons (Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda)
    Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Allergy
  • Mr Barry Quill (Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital)
    Update on Ocular Allergy
  • Dr Monica Berry (University of Bristol)
    Molecular chat: mucins, sugars and cells
  • Athanasios Vardarinos
    Evidence on treat and extend Ranibizumab continues to build. Review of the RIVAL interim results and real-world outcomes
  • Prof Elizabeth Vandenberghe (St James’s Hospital)
    The challenge of managing ocular Graft versus Host disease post stem cell transplantation
  • Professor Friedrich Kruse (University of Erlangen, Germany)
    New frontiers in ocular surface disorders

Glaucoma Study Day

The meeting was chaired by Ms Aoife Doyle (Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital).

Speakers included

  • Prof Anthony J.W King (Nottingham University Hospital)
  • Mr Jeremy O’Connor (Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital)
  • Yvonne Delaney (Bons Secour Hospital)
  • Prof Colm O’Brien (Mater Misericordiae University Hospital)
  • Ms Carol Hoang (Novartis Global Brand Medical Director)

Diabetic Retinopathy.

The New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting was held on Thursday 12th June 2014 in the Education and Conference Centre of the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital.

Speakers included:

  • Lloyd Paul Aiello (Harvard University)
  • Mr Mark Cahill (Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital)
  • Dr Reinhold Medina (Queens University Belfast)
  • Mr David Keegan (Mater Misericordiae University Hospital & Mater Private Hospital))
  • Mr Rob Acheson (Mater Private Hospital))

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The meeting was sponsored by Novartis. The meeting had a excellent turnout and we received very positive feedback. We would like to thank the speakers Mr Mark Cahill (Chair), Prof Lloyd Paul Aiello, Dr Reinhold Medina, Mr David Keegan and Mr Rob Acheson and in particular Novartis for making the meeting such a great success.

Corneal Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering.

The New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting took place on Thursday 27th June 2013 in the Education & Conference Centre at the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital.

The morning of the meeting was devoted to a symposium on corneal stem cell and tissue engineering. The use of cell-based therapies in the management of ocular surface and corneal disorders is a new and rapidly evolving field with many potential disease applications. In this symposium the advances in the development of such therapies to restore the epithelial and endothelial corneal surfaces and the potential to transfer of these developments to the clinical setting were discussed.

Speakers included:

  • Prof Conor Murphy (Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital)
  • Mr Billy Power (Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital)
  • Dr Clair Gallagher (National Institute of Cellular Biotechnology, Dublin City University)
  • Dr Finbarr O’Sullivan (National Institute of Cellular Biotechnology, Dublin City University)
  • Prof Fergal O’Brien (Tissue Engineering Research Group, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)
  • Dr Andrew Cameron (Tissue Engineering Research Group, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)
  • Dr Kevin Kavanagh (NUI Maynooth)
  • Sinead Masterson (Irish Medicines Board)

The afternoon was devoted to the Eithne Walls Research Meeting, at which NCHDs presented their latest research in competition for the Eithne Walls Medal and the Research Foundation Clinical Prize.
The meeting was well attended and supported by a unrestricted educational grant from Novartis.

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