The 15th BriSCEV Course and Conference will be held at the University of Bradford Norcroft Conference Centre in Bradford on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th September 2017.

Bradford local organisers: Declan McKeefry & John Maguire

Course theme: Advanced Ocular and Electrophysiological Assessment Techniques

The University is in the centre of the city of Bradford a diverse, vibrant and well-connected city in the heart of Yorkshire.

The meeting will start on the morning of 4th September with a half-day CPD-accredited course on the subject of Advanced Ocular and Electrophysiological Assessment Techniques. Leading academics contributing to this course include:

Prof Jan Kremers, University of Erlangen

Dr Ian Murray, University of Manchester

Dr Karen Hampson, Oxford University

The course will have lectures on of psychophysical, electrophysiological and imaging techniques that are currently being develop to augment and improve the detection and diagnosis of ocular disease. The course is intended to be of interest not only to electrophysiologists but also to other practitioners.

Main meeting

BriSCEV covers all aspects of ophthalmic electrophysiology, with a mixture of clinical case presentations, and lectures on basic and clinical science. The keynote speakers for this year are:

Dr Annette Allen, University of Manchester

Dr Kamron Khan, St James’s University Hospital Leeds

Prof Chris Inglehearn, University of Leeds

We are particularly keen to encourage poster and platform presentations from young scientists.