The 14th BriSCEV Course and Conference will be held at Aston University Conference Centre in Birmingham on Monday20th and Tuesday21st June 2016
Birmingham local organisers: Antonio Calcagni, Olivia Howells, Frank Eperjesi
Course theme: Structure and Function of the Visual Pathways
Make a date in your diary for the annual BriSCEV course and conference, which this yearwill be held at Aston University in Birmingham, one of the UK’s top universities. Currently celebrating its 50th year, Aston University is located in the centre of Birmingham, the UK’s lively and welcoming second city. We can promise you two days of friendly discussion and education, right in the heart of England.
Course The meeting will start on the morning of 20th June with a half-day CPD-accredited course on the subject of Structure and Function of the Visual Pathways. Confirmed lecturers are Dr Anthony Robson, Professor Dietrich Schweitzer and Professor Tony Morland. The course will cover present and future aspects of imaging and functional tests of the visual pathways, and is intended to be of interest not only to electrophysiologists but also to other practitioners.
Main meeting BriSCEV covers all aspects of ophthalmic electrophysiology, with a mixture of clinical case presentations, and lectures on basic and clinical science. The confirmed keynote speakers for this year are Miss Marie Tsaloumas, Mr Timothy Matthews and Mr Richard Blanch.
We are particularly keen to encourage poster and platform presentations from young scientists.