Date(s) - 05/06/2024 - 08/06/2024
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
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The last RIWC took place in Reykjavík, Iceland in June 2022 and was a hugely successful gathering of retinal experts. Fighting Blindness looks forward to hosting the congress at the Dublin Royal Convention Centre, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin, and continuing to nurture and develop the great hope and optimism that emerged out of the last Congress. We will be bringing together the world’s foremost retinal scientists and clinicians alongside leaders in the fields of advocacy, patient representatives, health research and support organisations.
Accommodation and delegate rates:
There is a delegate rate available to those attending the congress. To book accommodation at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin 08, please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the ‘Retina International World Congress 2024’ in order to obtain a discounted delegate rate.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to Dublin in June 2024!
About Fighting Blindness:
Fighting Blindness is a patient-led charity with a vision to cure blindness, support people living with sight loss and empower patients. We are the only Irish charity funding research into treatments for sight loss. To date, we have invested over €20 million in more than 115 research and clinical projects.
We provide professional counselling and therapeutic services for individuals and families living with vision impairment and blindness. We advocate for equity of access to timely and appropriate diagnosis, healthcare, therapies and support services and, through education and information provision, we work to empower the 272,000 children and adults in Ireland who are blind or visually impaired.
About Retina International:
Retina International (RI) is a global umbrella organisation for patient-led charities and foundations who support research into rare, genetically inherited and age-related forms of retinal disease. Retina International is a registered charity in Ireland.
RI has 43 active members made up of patient-led voluntary groups, charities and foundations & all with the common goal of finding cures and treatments for retinal dystrophies by supporting research and innovation.