Program of DOG 2020 online

The program overview of the virtual conference is available online as an iPlanner. All sub-specialties of ophthalmology will represented and discussed. The program will consist of four parallel sessions with symosia and fre lectures and will offer a compact, exciting combination of new elements and established formats. 

The DOG congress is going online

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the conference landscape significantly this year. Many events had to be cancelled, others were postponed as it had become impossible to conduct them in the usual manner.

DOG 2020 online – FAQ

Exploring new online options, may be exciting – but may also raise a number of questions. To answer these, we have extended the FAQ on our website to include specific topics in connection with DOG 2020 online.

Register now for DOG 2020 online

Registration for DOG 2020 online is now possible. The conference fee for DOG members is 120 Euro and includes the sessions of the joint ISOT (International Society of Ocular Trauma) meeting. As usual, there will also be reduced fees for assistants, students and retired members

DOG 2020 Welcome Address

Ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues, 2020 is a special year for us, and it is my pleasure to invite you to the 118th Conference of DOG, the German Society of Ophthalmology, which will be held at the Estrel Hotel in Berlin on October 8th through 11th, 2020. 

Counseling: The patient-doctor relationship – Keynote Lecture

One of the most important tasks of any physician is to counsel and advise their patients in order to facilitate informed decisions. Although counseling encompasses so much more than just obtaining the patient’s signature on an informed consent, it is sadly underrepresented in the medical curriculum. In his keynote lecture, Ferenc Kuhn, MD, PhD (USA) […]

DOG 2020 online – follow us on Facebook!

The DOG Facebook page now provides information on the congress and offers an entertaining glimpse of the “making of”. Check out DOG 2020 online on Facebook to find out more about the latest developments.

ISOT 2020 Joint Meeting

The ISOT – International Society of Ocular Trauma Conference, which was originally planned as a joint meeting with DOG 2020, will also take place online together with DOG 2020 online. More information here.

Uveitis outside of Europe – what can we learn?

Professor Dr med. Manfred Zierhut, Tübingen, receives the Aurel-von-Szily medal as part of the DOG uveitis symposium. The laureate’s honorary lecture handles inflammatory eye diseases which are still rare in Germany but occur frequently in other regions.

von Graefe
Memorial Year 2020

2020 marks the 150th anniversary of the death of Albrecht von Graefe. The DOG takes this as an occasion to celebrate the year 2020 as von Graefe Memorial Year and to especially commemorate its founder.