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DOG 2021 online – 119. Congress of DOG

30.09.–03.10.2021

The Congress will take place online – News item dated 12.11.2020

President
Prof. Dr. Hagen Thieme (Magdeburg)

Registration to the Congress is possible via this link.

Future Congress Dates
DOG 2022: 29.09.–02.10.2022, Estrel, Berlin
DOG 2023: 28.09.–01.10.2023, Estrel, Berlin

Stiftung Auge

The aim of the Eye Foundation of the DOG German Ophthalmological Society is to actively combat avoidable blindness. Therefore, the non-profit foundation has been supporting clinical and basic scientific ophthalmology projects and awarding research contracts and scholarships since 2008. In addition, it informs the public about eye diseases and causes of blindness and points out ways of prevention and treatment.

MyDOG

MyDOG

DOG News

News

  • Statement of the German Ophthalmological Society, the German Retina Society, and the Professional Association of Ophthalmologists in Germany on treatment of diabetic macular edema (October 2020)
    Springer Link
  • Statement of the German Society of Ophthalmology, the German Retina Society, and the Professional Association of German Ophthalmologists on anti-VEGF therapy of retinopathy of prematurity (May 2020)
    [PDF]
  • Statement of the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG), the German Retina Society (GRS), and the Professional Association
    of German Ophthalmologists (BVA) on anti-VEGF treatment in neovascular age-relatedmacular degeneration (February 2020)
    Springer Link
Informationen für Patienten

Information for Patients

Together with the BVA, the DOG publishes information on different eye diseases.