The Cornea Society sponsors several meetings throughout North America annually, to highlight and discuss the progress that has been made in both clinical and research endeavors of the international corneal community. The Society also sponsors and/or helps to organize a number of international symposia in conjunction with the EU Cornea, the European Society of Ophthalmology, the Asia Cornea Society, the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists, the Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology, SCISSCO Meeting, and the International Congress of Ophthalmology at the World Ophthalmology Congress, as well as other smaller, regional international meetings.
The Cornea Society/Vista program serves as a venue for young or aspiring corneal specialist to present interesting, unusual, or complex cases in a congenial environment and be able to openly discuss the cases with prominent corneal specialists. This year we are pleased to co host the meeting with the National Keratoconus Foundation. Meeting registration and the call for papers will open January 1st.
Cornea Day is co-sponsored with the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (ASCRS), and is typically scheduled on Friday immediately preceding the ASCRS meeting in the spring
Friday November 10th — 7:30 AM
New Orleans, LA
The Cornea Society Business Meeting takes place yearly during the Cornea Society/EBAA Fall Educational Symposium. All members are invited to attend.
The Cornea Society/EBAA Fall Educational Symposium is held on Friday prior to the AAO meeting. This is the Society’s annual scientific and business meeting, consisting of a full day of free papers and presentation of the Dohlman Award and Troutman Prize.
Cornea Subspecialty Day, co-sponsored with the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), is typically held on Saturday at the beginning of the AAO meeting in the fall.
The World Cornea Congress (WCC) is the Cornea Society’s premiere educational and research meeting. The Congress highlights the progress that has been made in both clinical and research endeavors of the international corneal community