The XXVI Spanish Retina and Vitreous Society Conference is kicking of the spring conference season at the Valencia Conference Centre.
The event will bring a total of 1,827 overnight stays to the city.
Following the great success of the Spanish Retina and Vitreous Society Conference at our centre in 2007, the organisation has chosen the Valencia Conference Centre again for its 2023 edition. The Valencia Conference Centre will open this year’s conference season on 3 and 4 March. The SERV Conference is one of the biggest Ophthalmology events in Spain. Over these two days, 1,000 people will gather in our auditoriums to learn about the latest technological advances in the diagnosis and treatment of the main retina, choroid and vitreous diseases, as well as the latest pharmacological developments for their treatment. There will also be digital posters at the event, in line with the Valencia Conference Centre’s sustainability policy.
One of the most highly anticipated guests is Dr Kazuaki Kadonosono, professor and head of the Ophthalmology and Microtechnology Department at Yokohama City University Medical Centre in Japan, who will be opening the conference and receiving the SERV 2023 Medal of Honour.
The aim of this edition will be to continue the Society’s role in bringing together retina specialists so that they can provide the best medical and surgical care to the population and help them with programmes such as the retina expert training programme or spaces such as SERV <40.
The Spanish Retina and Vitreous Society is a non-profit scientific association that aims to promote the study of retinal, choroid and vitreous diseases. Its objectives include fostering exchanges to broaden, promote and update studies related to retina, choroid and vitreous pathologies and surgeries, encouraging the sharing of therapeutic methods and contributing to the training and development of its members in this area.
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