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RANZCO Congress Moves to Virtual Format

The 52nd Annual Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) has been moved to a virtual format.

The College celebrated its 50th birthday at the Sydney Congress in 2019 but since that time, the event has “fallen victim to the uncertainties of COVID-19”.

We are looking forward to presenting the very best in ophthalmic science and research in a virtual setting from 26 February to 1 March 2022

In a statement the College said, “We are looking forward to presenting the very best in ophthalmic science and research in a virtual setting from 26 February to 1 March 2022.

“The 52nd RANZCO Annual Congress will be an opportunity to look towards the next 50 years of science, ophthalmology and the College; and as everyone knows (or should know), life begins after you turn 50. The Congress will provide a robust array of science and thought-provoking content.”

The 52nd Congress will offer presentations from renowned local and international invited speakers including:
• Dame Ida Mann Memorial Lecture – Prof Alex Hewitt
• Sir Norman Gregg Lecture – Prof Graham Barrett
• Fred Hollows Lecture – Dr Catherine Green
• Council Lecture – Dr Clare Fraser
• Neuro-ophthalmology Update Lecture – Lynn K Gordon MD
• Cataract Update Lecture – Mr David Lockington
• Retina Update Lecture – Anita Agarwal MD
• Glaucoma Update Lecture – Pradeep Ramulu MD
• Refractive Update Lecture – Damien Gatinel MD

Complementing the invited speakers will be a range of concurrent symposia, courses, papers, posters, films and rapid-fire sessions.

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