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Ophthalmology Conference 2023

About Conference

The 22nd Asia Pacific Ophthalmologists Annual Meeting (ophthalmology conference 2023) which will be held in Singapore City , Singapore during  August 28-29, 2023 .

Ophthalmology conference 2023 will raise the most dynamic and latest issues in the field of Ophthalmology and Optometry. The Congress will highlight the discussion around the theme “Visualizing the global advancements in Ophthalmology and Optometry” by bridging the gaps between the intellectuals from across the globe to enlighten their research ideas and findings at Ophthalmology Conference 2023.

Conference Series LLC LTD organizes 300+ meetings, 500+ workshops and 200+ symposiums on Clinical, Medicine, Pharma and Science and Technology consistently crosswise over USA, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Australia and UK . Retinal issue, optic decay, and injuries of the higher visual pathways are the primary anatomical reasons for visual misfortune in youngsters.

WHO reports that, 285 million individuals are evaluated to be outwardly impeded around the world: 39 million are visually impaired and 246 have low vision. Around 90% of the world's outwardly debilitated live in low-pay settings 82% of individuals living with visual impairment are matured 50 or more. Comprehensively, uncorrected refractive mistakes are the fundamental driver of direct and extreme visual impedance; waterfalls remain the main source of visual impairment in center and low-salary nations.

Why to attend

With people from around the world focused on getting some answers concerning eye related issues, which is your single most obvious opportunity to accomplish the greatest accumulation of individuals from the mending focuses, Universities etc. This Ophthalmology conference  2023  will coordinate, disperse information, meet with recurring pattern and get name affirmation at this 2-day event. Broadly acclaimed speakers, the most recent frameworks, methodologies, and the most current updates in Ophthalmology field are indications of this conference.


  • All accepted abstracts will be published in the supporting journals of the conference and Conference Book Proceedings.
  • Each abstract will receive a DOI number provided by Cross Ref
  • Opportunity to conduct Workshop with your team members
  • One to One Interaction with Keynote Speakers, OCM and Eminent personalities for the future course of work.
  • Opportunity to chair a session.
  • Certification by the organizing committee.
  • Individual keynote Page will be created to get more visibility for your scientific research.
  • Huge Benefits on Group Registration and much more.

Target Audience:

  • Ophthalmology Researchers
  • Ophthalmology Scientists, Students
  • Ophthalmologists, Optometrists
  • Ophthalmology Faculty
  • Therapeutic Colleges
  • Ophthalmology Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Preparing Institutes
  • Programming creating organizations
  • Producing Medical Devices Companies
  • Information Management Companies


Track 1 : Clinical Ophthalmology

Clinical ophthalmology is the area of medicine that studies the physiology of the eye, eye disorders, and treatment options. Clinical ophthalmology uses clinical procedures to diagnose and treat eye disorders, and it also performs operations on the eye. Community ophthalmology allows you to receive treatment close to your home or place of employment rather than a hospital because many common eye disorders can be handled on the same day. Clinical ophthalmology focuses primarily on the investigation and understanding of a variety of eye disorders as well as the techniques used in ophthalmic patient care. It also covers, among other things, research on ophthalmic surgical techniques, translational research, and ocular medications. The fundamental research in ophthalmology is experimental ophthalmology.

  • Clinical Medicine
  • Eye Disease
  • Patient Safety and Quality of Care Improvements
  • Patient Education and Patient Compliance
  • Patient Adherence/Satisfaction

Track 2 : Ophthalmic Healthcare

An ophthalmologist is a medical or osteopathic specialist who focuses in treating eye and vision problems. Ophthalmologists are distinct from optometrists and opticians in terms of their training as well as the conditions they may identify and treat. The field of ophthalmology has both opportunities and challenges in the future. Future ophthalmology clinics will be rewarded for offering effective and high-quality care, therefore they must be ready to assist evolving, integrated healthcare systems. High-quality, effective care includes standardized care processes built on established practice norms and matching the level of therapy to the practitioner's level of experience. Ophthalmology has been fortunate over the years to have visionary leaders who have helped us adapt, thrive, and advance the public's eye health.

  • Future Trends in Ophthalmology
  • Issues Facing Ophthalmologists
  • Demographics, Economics, Human Factors, And Informatics

Track 3 :  Uveitis Scleritis & Intraocular Inflammation

The condition known as uveitis occurs when the eyeball's middle layer becomes inflamed (red and swollen). The layer that supplies the eye with blood is called the uvea. Uveitis damages vital eye tissue, which might result in irreparable vision loss.
The outer, protective layer of the eye is called the sclera, and it is also the part of the eye that is white. It is connected to the muscles that control eye movement. About 83 percent of the surface of the eye is covered by the sclera. The sclera becomes swollen and red when scleritis is present. It might be unbearably unpleasant.

Numerous viral and immune-mediated disorders fall under the umbrella term of uveitis, or intraocular inflammation. Intraocular inflammation is of two types : acute and chronic.

  • Immunology and Eye Diseases
  • Inflammation Related Eye Disorders
  • Treatment and Preventive Measures
  • Scleritis-Associated Uveitis

Track 4 : Ophthalmology Diseases and Disorders

Most people at some point in their lives experience visual issues. Others are easy to cure at home, while others of the symptoms are minor and will go away on their own. Others need a professional's help. Whether your vision has declined or has never been the same, there are steps you may take to restore it. A few of the diseases that can affect the eye include infections of the eye or eyelids, genetically inherited eye abnormalities, eye injuries or objects in the eye, and visual disorders brought on by ailments affecting several organs (e.g., diabetes or hypertension). Numerous eye conditions have impaired vision but no early signs.

  • Refractive Errors
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataract
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Amblyopia
  • Strabismus
  • Uveitis
  • Low Vision
  • Low Vision Rehabilitation
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa
  • Thyroid Eye Disease (TED or Graves Eye Disease)
  • Diabetic Macular Edema
  • Macular Dystrophy

Track 5 : Glaucoma

An illness called glaucoma harms the optic nerve in the eye. It frequently happens when fluid accumulates inside the front portion of the eye .The additional fluid will put more strain on your eye, damaging the 2nd cranial nerve. Intraocular strain of the eye and examination of the optic nerve at the rear of the eye for damage can diagnose this eye infection. To further study the Optic nerve and the state of the system for fluid inside the eye, a visual field is frequently carried out together with other tests. The majority of glaucoma risk factors, like as age, inherited risk, and race, cannot be avoided.

  • Open-angle glaucoma.
  • Angle-closure glaucoma, also called closed-angle glaucoma.
  • Congenital glaucoma.
  • Secondary glaucoma.

Track 6 : Optometry

With the primary goal of rectifying refractive error through the design of optical systems to satisfy necessary requirements and the quantitative evaluation of the nature and quality of optical images, optometry was founded. Optometrists diagnose and treat eye diseases including glaucoma and cataracts as well as prescribe and deliver glasses, contact lenses, and other optical aids that help people with their vision. Optometrists also provide guidance on proper eye care and maintenance, supervise vision-related exercise and training programs, and assist in the rehabilitation of patients with moderate to severe visual impairment.

  • Disease Diagnosis and Tests
  • Cause, Pathogenesis and Prognosis of Ocular Diseases
  • Glasses and Contact Lens
  • Blue Light

Track 7 : Paediatric Ophthalmology

Pediatric ophthalmology is an intriguing discipline, yet at times it can be upsetting owing to the challenges of evaluating a child. Kid ophthalmologists have more knowledge and expertise diagnosing and treating common pediatric eye problems, even though all ophthalmologists have some training in pediatric eye conditions. Pediatric ophthalmologists are specialists in examining, identifying, and treating eye conditions in newborns, kids, and teenagers. Due to the fact that they perform eye procedures on children, pediatric ophthalmologists are both surgical and medical specialists.

  • Congenital Eye Disorders
  • Eye Alignment Disorders
  • Eye Problems in Children
  • Diagnosing and Treating Eye Disorders

Track 8 : Retina And Retinal Detachment

The retina is the delicate membrane that covers the inner side of the eyeball's back. It has several layers, one of which is made up of specialized cells called photoreceptors. When light enters the eyes through the lens, it concentrates an image on the retina. Detachment of the retina from the back of the eye is referred to as this condition. The retina ceases functioning when it is detached, leading to hazy vision. Retinal detachment is a serious problem. A person should visit an ophthalmologist as soon as possible to avoid losing their eyesight in that eye. Although retinal detachment may not cause discomfort, there are often indications before the detachment

  • Retinal Detachment Symptoms
  • Retinal tear
  • Retinal Detachment Causes and Types
  • Retinal Detachment Risk Factors
  • Retinal Detachment Prevention
  • Nystagmus

Track 9 :  Neuro-Ophthalmology
It is simpler to carry out daily tasks if you have good vision. However, vision issues are a common problem. Neuro-ophthalmology is a subspecialty of both neurology and ophthalmology. Eye specialists known as neuro ophthalmologists are experts in neurologically-related vision problems. A physician with particular expertise in the identification and management of neurological and systemic conditions that affect vision and eye movement is known as a neuro-ophthalmologist. Neuro-ophthalmologists have detected a number of illnesses, some of which are not life threatening, while others may worsen and result in irreparable vision loss or even death. The issue might only affect the optic nerve or nervous system, or it might be connected to a more widespread medical condition.

  • Neurologic and Ophthalmologic Sciences
  • Diagnosing and Treating
  • Neoplastic Conditions Affecting the Oculomotor and Visual Systems

Track 10 : Ocular Oncology and Eye Tumors

Tumors that affect the eyes are referred to as ocular tumors or eye tumors. Malignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous) cells that are developing abnormally together form tumors (noncancerous). The most common kind of eye cancers are those that have spread to other organs. Ocular oncology is the study and treatment of malignancies in or near the eyes. These tumors can cause vision loss or the loss of the eye itself and range in severity from benign to life-threatening. The field of ocular care for persons with eye cancer is distinct. The issues encountered undoubtedly differ from those in a typical ophthalmology practice.

  • Biomarkers and Early Detection of Cancers
  • Adjuvant Therapies
  • Improved Visual Outcomes After Ocular Melanoma Treatment
  • Clinical Care
  • Types of Ocular Tumors
  • Challenges of Ocular Oncology

Track 11 :  Primary and Secondary Eye Care

The phrase "primary eye care" (PEC) refers to the use of primary healthcare to prevent potentially blinding eye conditions (PHC). PEC includes the detection of those whose blindness is due to curable disorders as well as the diagnosis and care of common eye diseases, particularly those that result in an acute red eye. Primary eye care is an essential part of preventing blindness in all societies and geographical areas of the world. Without basic eye care, only those who present to intermediate and tertiary facilities will be diagnosed and treated, and little will be done in the way of preventive. In order to treat a temporary but critical sickness, injury, or other eye health issue, acute care is necessary. 

  • Diagnostic Eye Camps
  • Eye Donation Awareness Programs
  • Preventable Causes of Blindness

Track12 : Vision Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation, which means "being able again," helps patients restore their independence in terms of their physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. The goal of rehabilitation is not to repair or reverse the causes of the harm, but rather to improve function and independence through adaptation. Vision rehabilitation is a type of medical rehabilitation intended to enhance vision or low vision (also known as vision rehab). In other words, it is the process of improving quality of life and independence for someone who has lost their vision due to illness or injury while restoring functional competence. Optometrists can assist their patients in regaining function, independence, and overall health by providing

  • Clinical Studies and Treatments
  • Neurological Approach
  • Chemical Treatments
  • Physical Approach

Track 13 : Cornea and External Diseases

The transparent front portion of the eye is called the cornea, and it protects the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber. The cornea, anterior chamber, and lens all reflect light, making up around two-thirds of the eye's overall optical power. Because the cornea's unmyelinated nerve terminals are touch, temperature, and chemically sensitive, touching them causes the eyelid to automatically close. Blood vessels are not necessary nor present in a healthy cornea because transparency is so crucial. Ailments that affect the outer layer of the eye include external and corneal disorders. Some of the most common ocular surface conditions include dry eye, corneal infections, blepharitis, allergies, conjunctivitis, and corneal dystrophies, all of which can cause corneal clouding..

Track 14 :  Diabetic Retinopathy and Diagnosis Research

Diabetic retinopathy is a condition that affects the retina. It could result in eyesight blurriness, which would be followed by complete blindness. As the blood vessels in the eye degenerate and blood leaks into the eye's center, vision gets blurred.In the macula, the center of the retina, there is a physical disturbance. Its two kinds are dry macular degeneration and wet macular degeneration. Age-related macular degeneration may be brought on by high blood pressure, smoking, diet, sun exposure, and other factors.

  • Normal Fundus.
  • Mild NPDR.
  • Moderate NPDR.
  • Severe NPDR.
  • Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy.

Track 15 : Keratoprosthetics

The complete thickness of the cornea must be removed for keratoprosthetics implantation in order to implant an artificial cornea in its place. The discipline was given fresh life by the discovery of antibiotics and the introduction of innovative materials in the previous century. Since then, the use of keratoprostheses for severe ocular surface problems and corneal opacities has increased dramatically, and corneal specialists all around the world now regard it as a routine procedure. The basic idea behind keratoprosthetics, or replacing a damaged and opaque cornea with an artificial cornea, is as straightforward as adding a window to a home so that you can see out.

Track 16 : Regenerative Ophthalmology

Regenerative ophthalmology (RO) is one of the most active subfields of regenerative medicine (RM), which is one of the most promising subfields of regenerative medicine. It is being investigated whether novel therapeutics can be used to treat a variety of conditions, from congenital degenerations to AMD. Regenerative ophthalmology (RO) uses biomaterials, cells, and bioactive compounds to replace or regenerate tissues and organs in an effort to restore function. These novel treatment approaches have the potential to enhance the efficacy and efficiency of the management of ocular diseases. As a new approach to treating visual impairment and blindness brought on by ocular degenerative conditions, trauma, or infection, tissue engineering researchers have concentrated on the regeneration of missing or injured eye

  • Nanotechnology in Regenerative Ophthalmology
  • CRISPR-Cas Technology
  • Biomaterials, Stem Cells and Gene Therapy
  • Novel Tools Used in Regenerative Ophthalmology
  • Novel Tools Used in Regenerative Ophthalmology

Track 17 : Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in Ophthalmology

Artificial intelligence is the fourth industrial revolution in human history (AI). Recent years have seen a significant increase in interest in deep learning (DL), a family of cutting-edge machine learning techniques. The AI industry has undergone a complete transformation because to the groundbreaking DL AI machine learning technology. In ophthalmology, DL has shown clinically acceptable diagnostic performance in identifying a number of retinal diseases. Future research will be required to evaluate the cost-effectiveness and clinical deployment of various DL systems in clinical practise. The "black-box" component of DL must be explained using both current and emerging methods in order to boost clinical acceptance of DL systems.

  • Fundus Photographs
  • Optical Coherence
  • Tomography and Visual Field
  • Ocular Imaging
  • AI 'Black-Box' Algorithms
  • Telemedicine


Track 18 :  Dry Eye Infographic/Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eyes are brought on by a protracted lack of lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. You need a sufficient and consistent layer of tears on the surface of your eyes to keep them pleasant, healthy, and vision-improving. The term "dry eye syndrome" (DES), also known as "keratoconjunctivitis sicca," refers to the condition of having dry eyes (KCS). Symptoms of dry eyes can range from moderate irritability to serious inflammation. Additionally, the front surface of the eye may get scarred. The syndrome of dry eyes occurs frequently. Depending on the population investigated, it has some impact

  • Eye Infographic
  • Contact Lens
  • Diagnosis and Pathophysiology
  • Artificial Tears and Other Treatments

Track 19 : Ophthalmogenetics and Gene Therapy

Several genes are involved in the complex process of normal eye development, which takes place throughout the first trimester of pregnancy. An extremely dangerous eye ailment can arise when these genes make errors (referred to as mutations). The area of ophthalmic genetics is both desperately needed and developing quickly. Genetic illnesses are on the rise everywhere due to racial diversity and high consanguinity rates. The most frequent cause of blindness in persons in their working years is inherited retinal disease (IRD). The development of molecular genetic techniques, such as concentrated gene panel analysis and the application of next-generation sequencing technologies, has sped up the process of molecular diagnosis. Our knowledge of natural history has also improved thanks to advancements in ocular imaging and visual function testing, which are essential for evaluating treatment outcomes in clinical trials of potential IRD medicines .

  • Clinical Electrophysiology
  • Clinical Trials
  • Gene Therapy
  • Genomics
  • Genotype-Phenotype Correlation
  • Gene Mutation
  • Gene Sequencing

Track 20 : Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Refractive surgery is a method for improving or correcting a refractive error, such as partial blindness (nearsightedness), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, or presbyopia. By reshaping the cornea, or the clear, spherical vault at the front of the eye, there are various surgical techniques for altering your ability to centre your vision. An alternative method involves putting a focal point inside the eye. The most popular method of refractive surgery is LASIK (laser-aided situ keratomileusis), which involves reshaping

Track 21 :  Ocular Biomechanics

The term "keratoconus" refers to a disease state that results in corneal deformation, thinning, and alteration of the mechanical behaviour of the cornea. The relationships between biological and biomechanical elements and their effects on the surrounding ocular tissues determine the effectiveness and efficiency of corneal treatment.

The methods used to study the corneal biomechanics:

1.Ocular Response Analyzer (ORA) (Reichert, Inc., Depew, NY)

2.Corvis ST (Oculus Optikgeräte GmbH, Wetzlar, Germany)

Track 22 :  Traditional/Herbal/ Ayurvedic Medicine in Ophthalmology

Three main physiological (body) kinds are recognized by practitioners of ayurvedic herbal treatment. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are the three categories, or doshas. The Prakriti body type, which is determined by inheritance, is very common. To identify a patient's body type, which is frequently a combination, such as Vata/Pitta, doctors will frequently question, watch, and employ a procedure called pulse diagnosis. The doctor will identify any imbalances after assessing body type and will then determine what steps might be required to restore balance. Frequently, dietary modifications or herbal supplements are used to accomplish this. Hatha yoga, acupuncture, massage therapies, aromatherapy, and music therapy are examples of other treatments.

Track 23 : Ophthalmic Research and Drug Delivery

The goal and focus of ophthalmic research is to thoroughly examine disorders in order to eliminate issues with vision and eye health. The quality of human existence has been greatly improved by the newest technology advancements and contemporary treatments in the field of ophthalmology. The effectiveness of treatment is improved by the diagnosis of disorders using biomarkers, and new technical procedures like stem cell, tissue science, and the use of biomaterials can alter how people perceive their vision. This scientific track is devoted to the most recent advancements in ophthalmology-related technology, modifications, techniques, and procedures.

Track 24 :  Nano Ophthalmology

The goal of nanotechnology in ophthalmology is to create and implement novel techniques for the early diagnosis and treatment of eye problems. The word "nano" is derived from the ancient Greek word "micro," which means "small." Nanotechnology is the science that investigates phenomena of the infinitely small. A nanometer (nm), or one millionth of a millimetre, is a measurement unit that is used to refer to all studies that focus on molecular and atomic phenomena (mm).

Market Analysis

Due to an increasingly aging population and its subsequent impact on the eye care industry, the global ophthalmology market is growing. Due to the increasing number of people suffering from eye disorders the global ophthalmic devices market size is expected to reach USD 9.8 billion by 2030. The market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 5% from 2022 to 2030.

The rising incidence of ocular conditions including glaucoma and cataracts is a primary driver of the global market for ophthalmic devices. The emphasis on educating customers and eye care professionals about eye diseases and related complications, as well as the increased penetration of digital devices like laptops, smartphones, computers, and e-readers, as well as quick technological advancements like the introduction of intraocular lenses (IOL), are all specifically contributing to the growth of the global market. The lack of experienced workers and limited knowledge of eye-related disorders, however, are predicted to impede market expansion. On the other hand, developing nations with strong development potential

Both contact lenses and eyeglass lenses are included in the sector of vision care devices. The category for contact lenses is anticipated to experience the greatest CAGR of 3.9% between 2020 and 2027. Due to changes in lifestyle and rising demand for cutting-edge lenses, contact lenses are increasingly preferred over prescription spectacles.

The Ophthalmic Appliances market is examined in terms of each region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. The market for ophthalmic devices in North America held the most share in 2019, however throughout the forecast period, Asia-Pacific is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR of 4.6%. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that diabetic retinopathy will be the main cause of blindness in the country. between 2010 to 2050, the number of Americans with diabetic retinopathy is expected to nearly double, from 7.7 million to 14.6 million. Glaucoma further contributes to vision loss and blindness.

Ophthalmology Bar Graph

Past Conference

Conference Series LLC Ltd takes immense pleasure to welcome you to attend “21st Asia Pacific Ophthalmologists Annual Meeting”, which is scheduled at Brisbane, Australia during June 13-14, 2022. The major aim of the conference is to unite a one of a kind and worldwide blend of expansive and medium pharmaceutical, biotech and driving colleges and clinical research establishments and demonstrative organizations.

Ophthalmology Conference 2022 melds brief Keynote presentations, Speaker talks, Exhibition, Symposia and Workshops. It will raise the most dynamic and latest issues in the field of Ophthalmology and Optometry. The highlights of the conference include Cataract, Ophthalmic Research, Retinoblastoma, Strabismus, Glaucoma, Contact Lens, Children’s Vision, Eye Care and many more.

Conference Opportunities

For Researchers and Faculty Members:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting (4-5 member teams)
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students and Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group registrations

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Product Manufacturers:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering
  • Marketing and Networking with clients

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date August 28-29, 2023

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