Adelaide Oval 21-22 Feb 2020
As President of the Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society it gives me great pleasure to invite you to the ANZGS 2020 Meeting to be held in Adelaide.
We have held Annual Scientific Meetings since 1993, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The scientific content has always been of great interest and of a very high standard. Each day begins with the popular interactive case presentations.
Since Dunbar Hoskins presented the first Lowe Lecture in 1993 we have had a distinguished international Lowe Lecturer each year. In Adelaide our Lowe Lecturer will be Dr Anthony Khawaja from Moorfield’s Eye Hospital and the Gillies Lecturer is Professor Alex Hewitt from Hobart.
We are very grateful to the Convenors Professor Jamie Craig and Dr John Landers and conference organisers Kathleen Poon and Esther Gmelig for their hard work in putting the conference together.
We look forward to seeing you in Adelaide 21 and 22 February 2020 at what will be the 28th ANZGS Annual Scientific Meeting.
Associate Professor Anne Brooks
MESSAGE FROM THE CONVENOR
On behalf of the organising committee it gives us great pleasure to invite you to the 2020 ANZGS meeting in Adelaide on February 21st & 22nd. ANZGS 2020 promises to be an excellent meeting in a welcoming and collegiate environment.
Our international Lowe lecturer is Dr Anthony Khawaja from Moorfield’s Eye Hospital, an internationally acclaimed glaucoma expert, teacher and lecturer. The Gillies lecture will be presented by Dr Alex Hewitt from Hobart, Tasmania.
ANZGS 2020 will be held at Adelaide Oval, in Ian McLachlan Room West in War Memorial Drive, Adelaide. The conference dinner will be held at the Adelaide Oval.
We hope to see many of you in Adelaide for a mixture of interesting cases, scientific presentations and updates.
Professor Jamie Craig & Dr John Landers