47th Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zeland College of Ophthalmologists
Crowne Plaza Hotel Queenstown New Zeland *QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND Visit the Venue to read more
On behalf of my colleagues in New Zealand I am delighted to invite you to Wellington for the 47th Annual Scientific
Congress in 2015.
Wellington is an exciting place. It deserves its reputation as the 'Coolest Little Capital in the World' and is buzzing with things to see and do. Nestled in an extraordinary natural harbour the city has a fantastic food, coffee, wine, and craft beer scene, has a wealth of musical talent in all genres and thriving visual and performing arts communities as well as outstanding museums. Virtually a stone's throw from the city centre there are stunning mountain bike, walking and running tracks and a beautiful native wildlife sanctuary. The world renowned wine regions of the Wairarapa and Nelson/ Marlborough are within easy reach.
There are direct flights to Wellington from many Australian cities and once here it is easy to explore all the rest of beautiful New Zealand. Our invited speakers and industry supporters promise to make the Congress inspiring and challenging for us all and we are planning a social programme that will be unforgettable.
Mark your diaries now! I look forward to seeing you.
Dr Keith Small
2015 Congress Convenor
A/Prof John Grigg, Save Sight Institute, Australia - Council Lecture
A/Prof John Grigg is the Head of the Discipline of Ophthalmology at The University of Sydney's Save Sight Institute. He also consults at Sydney Eye Hospital and The Children's Hospital Westmead. John is passionate about helping children and adults with blinding eye conditions. He is involved in caring for patients, researching new ways to save sight and teaching the next generation of eye doctors.... Read More
Peter McCluskey Prof Peter McCluskey, Save Sight Institute, Australia - Sir Norman Gregg Lecture
Prof Peter McCluskey is the current Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology at the University of Sydney and Director of the Save Sight Institute at Sydney Eye Hospital. He is an inflammatory eye disease specialist with 30 years of experience in the field. His primary clinical focus is vision threatening chronic inflammatory eye disease and he has a large clinical practice as well as being actively involved in clinical research and clinical trials. His laboratory research focuses on mediators of inflammatory eye disease.... Read More
Dao-yi Yu Prof Dao-Yi Yu, University of Western Australia, Australia - Ida Mann Lecture
Prof Dao-Yi Yu is the Director of Physiology and Pharmacology Centre, Centre for Ophthalmology and Visual Science, at the Lions Eye Institute, The University of Western Australia. He is working with a strong research team including basic and clinical researchers, and has expanded the research facilities to include 13 fully equipped laboratories with state of the art equipment.... Read More
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
IMPORTANT NOTE: Did you submit an abstract for a:
• Course/Symposium in 2014 / 2015
• Film/Paper or Poster in 2014
If you answered yes to any of the above, please note that you don’t have to create a new user ID. Simply enter your email
address, password, click on log in and then submit the abstract. Refer to ‘Submit an abstract’ information further below.
If you cannot remember your password, then just click on the appropriate link on the log in page and it will be emailed
to you or you can contact the Congress Offi ce on 02 8251 0045.
1. Go to OXFORD ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION LOG-IN page
2. Create a new User ID. The system will automatically prompt you with a message to register your details if you have not yet
3. Enter your name, surname, email and choose a password.
4. Enter any other personal information such as address, phone number, degrees etc
5. You will be sent an email confi rming your password to access the abstract submission system.
• Please remember that submitting an abstract does NOT automatically register you as a Congress delegate. Congress
registration can be done online at a later date.
• All communications about your abstract submission will be sent to the email address you submit
• We recommend that the user ID and email belong to the main author that will be presenting at the Congress
Submit an abstract
Submitting an abstract is a multi-step process, and each step asks several questions:
1. Locate your abstract fi le on your computer’s hard disk so you can copy/paste the information easily into the text-based
submission form’s fi elds.
2. Go to OXFORD ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION LOG-IN page
3. Enter your email address and the password you chose when you fi rst registered as a user.
4. Click the “log in” button and you will be taken to a screen from which the submission process starts.
5. Please read the instructions on the screen carefully. The abstract submission is a multi-step process. If you want to submit
a new abstract you should click the link that says “Click here to submit a new abstract”.
6. Please follow the steps below and click “Next” to go to the next page.
On behalf of the RANZCO 2015 Committee, we invite you to attend the 47th Annual Scientific Congress to be held in Wellington from 31 October – 4 November 2015.
To see why you should be interested in sponsoring/exhibiting at RANZCO 2015, the delegates who will attend and detailed information on the opportunities available to you, please review the Sponsorship & Exhibition Prospectus.
Please Note: Sponsored activities and events outside of the official program must be approved by the Congress Office. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for expression of interest.
Congress Secretariat, Think Business Events: Level 1, 299 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
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