ISCEV 2017
The 55th Annual Symposium of the

International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision

October 21 - 26, 2017 | Miami, FL

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ADDRESSING THE FULL SPECTRUM OF VISUAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY.

ISCEV 2017 AWARDS

ISCEV is pleased to recognize the superlative work of peers in the field of clinical electrophysiology of vision. At each annual ISCEV symposium, the Eberhardt Dodt Memorial Award and Michael Marmor Award are each presented to the abstract author best qualified. In order to be considered, abstract authors must indicate at the time of abstract submission that they wish to be considered.

 

EBERHARDT DODT MEMORIAL AWARD

This award was established in memory of the life and the work of Eberhard Dodt to encourage young scientists in the field of the clinical electrophysiology. It will be given to the scientist aged 35 years or younger who makes the best oral or poster presentation at the ISCEV 2017 Symposium, in the judgement of the Adjudication Panel. The primary criterion is scientific excellence, although innovation, clinical applicability and quality of presentation will be taken into account. Candidates must indicate their eligibility when submitting an abstract in order to be considered for the award. The candidate must be the presenting (first) author. Prospective winners must be present at the conclusion of the symposium and at that time be able to discuss their work with the symposium audience as part of the award presentation.

SUBMIT ABSTRACT FOR AWARD CONSIDERATION

 

MICHAEL MARMOR AWARD

The Marmor Award for Clinical Innovation in Visual Electrophysiology is designed to serve ISCEV and the discipline of clinical electrophysiology by encouraging new work that will widen the clinical applications of our tests and enhance their practicality. The Award in funded by an endowment from Michael Marmor, Professor of Ophthalmology at Stanford University School of Medicine, California, USA. Increased use of electrophysiologic tests may come from demonstrations of medical value, or from improvements in factors such as cost, signal variability, comfort, time, availability, etc. This award will be made to innovative projects rather than to individuals, and will challenge the recipients, whether junior or senior, to continue the award-winning work to the next level of translation. Candidates must indicate their eligibility when submitting an abstract in order to be considered for the award. The candidate must be the presenting (first) author. Prospective winners must be present at the conclusion of the symposium, when the award will be presented.

SUBMIT ABSTRACT FOR AWARD CONSIDERATION

 

Questions

For questions regarding the ISCEV 2017 Awards, please contact Jonas Nash at the ISCEV Symposium Management Office, Complete Conference Management (CCM).

 

Jonas Nash, CMP

ISCEV Symposium Management Office
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