The conference was on Saturday 12 September 2020.
If you weren't able to join us live on the day you can still catch up and watch the talks.
Or watch the individual talks below:
Inherited Retinal Diseases and Working Age Session
Using stem cells to understand and treat inherited macular disease
Dr Amanda Carr, University College London
Clinical trial updates on AMD, central serous retinopathy and Stargardt disease
Professor Andrew Lotery, University of Southampton
Current myopia research: from bench to kindergarten
Professor Jeremy Guggenheim, Cardiff University
That’ll work: employment and sight loss
Colin Daniels, Working Age and Young People’s Service Manager, Macular Society
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Session
Improving care for patients with AMD - how does your health data help?
Professor Alastair Denniston, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
The future is here for patients with AMD - home-monitoring, video consultations, and new treatments
Dr Dawn Sim, Moorfields Eye Hospital
Developing an immunotherapy eye drop for AMD: tales from the laboratory
Dr Lisa Hill, University of Birmingham
Using electrical brain stimulation to treat Charles Bonnet Syndrome
Kat Da Silva Morgan, Newcastle University
Kindly supported by OXSIGHT
And with special thanks to The John Mason Family Trust for their support.