Notice: The International Retinal Imaging Society meeting of the membership, originally scheduled for March 13 and 14, 2020 at UCLA, has been rescheduled to March 19 and 20, 2021. More details will be provided to members as the dates approach. Thank you for understanding.
Facilitating the advancement of knowledge, science, and innovation in the field of retinal imaging by integrating basic science, clinical medicine, and industry.
The International Retinal Imaging Society was created to facilitate the advancement of knowledge and science and innovation in the field of retinal imaging by integrating basic science, clinical medicine, and industry, and will aim to provide an infrastructure and platform to coordinate collaboration and exchange by those interested in retinal imaging.
Participation in the exchange of ideas between basic science, clinical medicine, and industry.
Centralized platform for information which will expand over time to include meetings of interest, CME offerings, and announcements of innovations.
Opportunity for collaboration and exchange of information with other established experts.
Eligibility to participate in committees and leadership in the society.
Participation in society-sponsored conferences.
Opportunity to participate in the open abstract submission process exclusively for IntRIS members. Retina specialists interested in submitting scientific abstracts and speaking at society-sponsored conferences will need to be members to be eligible.
Invited podium presentations and award lectureships.