Nystagmus Symposium 2024

Leading nystagmus researchers from across the globe will gather for the International Nystagmus Symposium on 25 October 2024.

The International Nystagmus Symposium 2024 – registration and abstract submission are now OPEN

The Nystagmus Network international nystagmus research symposium 2024 will take place online on Friday 25 October 2024 from 1pm to 5.30pm GMT/UTC+1 Researchers, clinicians, academics and students working in the field of nystagmus research are warmly invited to register to attend the Nystagmus Network International Nystagmus Symposium 2024. Presentations from leading thinkers, respected practitioners and innovators from around the world.

Delegates will have the opportunity to

• Hear the latest thinking on nystagmus diagnosis and treatment • Learn about new avenues for research • Explore every aspect of this complex condition • Collaborate with their peers from around the globe Registration and abstract submission are now open. 

Please register to attend on Eventbrite here

Researchers, clinicians and students interested in nystagmus research are invited to attend this FREE event and submit abstracts. We welcome topics which advance our understanding of nystagmus, including (but not limited to):

• Clinical investigation
• Diagnostics
• Genetics
• Treatment or therapies
• Management and support

Abstracts to be:

• 300 words maximum
• submitted no later than 30 September
• via the email address below

Please submit your abstracts to [email protected]

Please note that this is not a patient event.

Introducing our esteemed co-chairs

Professor Jon Erichsen is Professor of Visual Neuroscience with the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences at Cardiff University Mr Jay Self is Associate Professor at the University of Southampton and Consultant Ophthalmologist at University Hospital Southampton

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A postacrd for the International Nystagmus Symposium 2023.