53rd Symposium of International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision
Cankar Hall *Ljubljana, SLOVENIA Visit the Venue to read more
Dear members, friends, newcomers!
You are warmly invited to the 53rd ISCEV symposium which will be held in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, on 24–27 June 2015. We are very honoured to host the distinguished annual meeting of the Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision.
We have attended many ISCEV symposia, from our first – in Budapest in 1983 – to the last one, in Boston last year, which gave us the opportunity to learn visual electrophysiology from the experts. These enabled us to transfer the latest knowledge into our own routine work with the patients, as well as encouraged our research endeavours. We sincerely hope that the mission of ISCEV 2015, which is to present studies on ‘new findings in basic and clinical visual electrophysiology’, will attract many old members and newcomers to share their experience and learn new. Through the years visual electrophysiology has become an important medical field, providing valuable diagnostic tools. Nowadays, it is covered in ophthalmological textbooks, it is relevant in many basic physiological, pharmacological and veterinary aspects and electroretinography has been included in neurological recommendations of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN). We plan to devote one day of our Symposium, Wednesday, 24 June, to a joint meeting with the European Neuroophthalmological Society (EUNOS) and thus create new opportunity for presentation of topics that are relevant for both the societies.
We shall do our best to assure the Ljubljana ISCEV Symposium provide you with novel scientific and practical knowledge, enrich you with a variety of new social contacts, and, as much as possible, also with cultural as well as country beauties. We do hope you will leave Ljubljana with the same good feelings and memories as we have been after attending previous Symposia.
In anticipation of welcoming you
Marko Hawlina and Jelka Brecelj
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Grand Hotel Union****
(10 minutes walking distance)
Authors are invited to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations. Abstracts should describing original work in clinical electrophysiology of vision, from basic research through clinical application and must be written in English. Abstracts submitted should clearly state the purpose or background of the study; describe the methods used; report the data thus obtained; and summarize the conclusions and implications of the work. Please submit a structured abstract (with sections Purpose, Methods, Results, Conclusion).
We also welcome case reports for the Clinical Cases session. Please indicate on the Abstract Submission form if you would like to present a case report. The title may be entered on the form or submitted later by email. If not obvious from the title, please provide a brief comment on the type of disease or test (to help the organizers arrange the session). An abstract is not required.
All contributions will be subject to an independent, anonymous review process.
Abstracts should contain up to 500 words, including titles, authors and affiliation.
Each presenting author may submit more than one abstract but it is permitted to give only one oral presentation.
If you will be less than or equal to 35 years of age at the time of the meeting (born before or till 23rd of June 1980), you may apply for the Dodt Award.
If your abstract describes an innovation to improve practicality or widen clinical applications of visual electrophysiology, it is eligible for the Marmor Award and could win one of the $500 awards at ISCEV 2015, but possibly an additional $2500 at ISCEV 2016.
We ask the authors to register and submit the abstracts electronically via the congress web site where you will be taken step-by-step through the submission process. An acknowledgement of receipt of your submission will be sent to your electronic address after the submission is successfully completed together with an access key that will enable you to edit or change your paper, up to the submission deadline.
The organisers will publish only the abstracts submitted by authors, who will settle their registration fee by April 30, 2015.
It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract; Abstracts will be edited for style, but any errors in scientific fact remain the responsibility of the authors. Follow this link for guide.
Abstracts must be submitted by the presenting author who should complete all fields on the online submission form.
If the first author (presenting author) is unable to present, he or she must immediately inform the Congress secretariat in writing form which of the co-authors will be responsible for presentation. Only as a last resort the presenting author should send a written withdrawal to the Congress secretariat. Enter the authors in the order (with the presenting author) that they should appear in the abstract.
Authors must disclose all commercial relationship.
Deadline for submission of abstracts is 1st March, 2015.
Notification of acceptance of abstracts will be sent electronically to the corresponding author by March 31st, 2015.
Your company is invited to apply for various sponsorship opportunities and exhibition. Reservations and allocation of space will be accepted on a first come – first served basis. For more information please contact :
Mrs. Tina Kramberger
Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Conference Centre
Prešernova 10, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone:+386 1 2417 141
Fax:+386 1 241 7296
Prešernova 10, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone:+386 1 2417133,
Fax: +386 1 2417 296