Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have made the decision to postpone the ‘Laser and Light 2020: Ophthalmic Lasers, Current Applications and Future Developments’ Conference. We’re planning to reschedule to later this year and will update the website once we have a new date.

We look forward to welcoming you to our event later in the year.

In the meantime take care and stay healthy.

Provisional Programme:

09.30 – 10:00 Registration

Session 1: Introduction and simulation training and plenary

Training for Ophthalmic Laser
Mr Jim Innes, Hull University Hospitals NHS Trust

Simulation opportunities
Mr Arijit Mitra, Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre

How lasers work: current concepts and future developments
Mr Nigel Davies, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

11.15 Break and exhibitor display

Session 2: Anterior segment and cornea and plenary

Topics to be covered include: Refractive laser; Femtolaser; Nanolaser; Corneal Cross Linking; Intense Pulsed Laser Dry Eye Treatment; Laser Floater Treatment Current Applications and Future Developments
Prof Sunil Shah, Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre
Mr Amir Hamid, Optegra Eye Hospital, London

13.15 Lunch

Session 3: Glaucoma and plenary

Topics to be covered include: YAG PI; Cyclodiode; Endocyclodiode; SLT; Subthreshold applications current and future developments
Mr Maged Nessim, Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre
Mr Sheng Lim, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

15.15 Break and exhibitor display

Session 4: Retina and plenary

Topics to be covered include: Focal Laser; Macular Laser; Subthreshold Laser; Preventative Laser for Intermediate AMD; PRP (Conventional/Multisport); PDT uses Laser; Navilas: Navigated Retinal Laser; Photobiomodulation; Retinal Rejuvenation Laser Therapy -current and future developments
Mr Robin Hamilton, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London
Mr Moin Mohamed, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

17.15 Final discussion and closing remarks
17.30 Meeting closes

Register Now for Laser and Light 2020

Saturday June 13th, 2020, Birmingham, UK

Join us in this comprehensive event that reviews current applications and future developments in the most common areas where lasers and light are used in clinical ophthalmology. Places are limited so register early

13 June - Register Now