Dear IOCS Members,
Please mark your calendars on Saturday November 7th at 8AM Pacific Standard Time (PST) to attend a 2-hour topical seminar hosted by the International Ocular Circulation Society. The topic of the ZOOM webinar will be Artificial Intelligence in Ocular Vascular Diseases. The number of participants will be limited to 100 people to facilitate discussions.
The presenters are:
Ursula Schmidt-Erfurth: AI in the management of AMD
Yali Jia: Detection and segmentation of CNV on OCTA using deep learning
Marinko Sarunic: Deep learning for OCTA in Diabetic Retinopathy
Benjamin J. Vakoc: AI approach to quantify blood flow from retinal OCT intensity
Aaron Lee: Predicting flow from structure using deep learning
Xincheng Yao: AI based differentiation of arteries and veins on OCTA
Registration is now open! Please register in advance here:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Please save the date and meeting information, as each code is unique to each guest.
Participants can use the Q&A function to ask questions live during the seminar. Questions posted in chat will not be monitored.
Yali Jia, PhD
Richard, Rosen, MD
Ursula Schmidt-Erfurth, MD
David Huang, MD, PhD President
Yuichiro Ogura, MD President-Elect
Hao Zhang, PhD Secretary
Yali Jia, PhD Treasurer
The International Ocular Circulation Society (IOCS) promotes research in the field of ocular circulation. The field of ocular circulation is broadly interpreted to include ocular blood flow, angiography, angiogenesis, ischemia, oximetry, vascular anatomy, vascular physiology, vascular pathophysiology, and treatment of vascular diseases. An important goal is to foster international exchange of knowledge, ideas, methods, and technologies to accelerate progress in our area of research. The IOCS membership currently comprise 145 full members and 15 in-training members from 17 countries. Full members must be active researchers who have made significant contributions to our field. We encourage qualified researchers to join our society. There is currently no membership due. https://ocularcirculation.org/become-a-member
IOCS holds international scientific meetings every other year and hosts discussions between scientists, engineers, physicians, professional societies, and commercial companies. Our next meeting will be in Kyoto, Japan on September 24-26, 2021. We are now accepting abstracts for this conference. https://ocularcirculation.org/2021-iocs-conference
IOCS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of scientific research. We accept charitable donations.
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