Hemel Hempstead, UK – 349 participants from 44 countries attended the 14th International SPECTRALIS Symposium (ISS) on the 25-26th November at the Garden Palace Liechtenstein in Vienna, Austria.
“Participants enjoyed lectures devoted to cutting-edge research and clinical applications using diagnostic imaging tools for retina and glaucoma from some of the world’s most eminent ophthalmic professionals”, said Christopher Mody, Director of Clinical Services. “Highlights of the programme included updates on autofluorescence, OCT angiography normal anatomy and pathology and the latest innovations in glaucoma detection and progression.”
The ISS included an evening at the renowned Spanish Riding School in Hofburg palace, a magnificent baroque building built in 1735, including a visit to the stables to enjoy a traditional outdoor Christmas Market, set up exclusively for ISS guests.
Save the date for the 15th International SPECTRALIS Symposium, taking place in Boston, USA, on the 20th and 21st October 2017. Visit www.HE-Academy.com to find over 100 hours of education on offer from Heidelberg Engineering in 2017.