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The European Alliance for Vision Research and Ophthalmology
(EU-EYE) is a non-profit-making pan-European advocacy group representing nine sub-specialty Ophthalmology Societies

The Association under British law “European Association for the Study of Diabetes”, “EASDec”

Eye Complications Study Group (EASDec).
EASDec is a study group of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) with special responsibility for the study of the eye complications of diabetes.
Its aim is to promote the advancement of knowledge of all aspects of diabetic retinopathy, including epidemiology, pathology, pathophysiology, investigation and treatment through active collaboration between ophthalmologists and diabetologists.

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The technical-scientific Association formed for the advancement of eye banking, the “European Eye Bank Association”, “EEBA”

The Association is formed for the advancement of eye banking. Its Mission is to help provide tissues and cells of optimum quality and safety for transplantation and the treatment of eye diseases, according to the highest medical and scientific standards, and making them available to as many patients in need as possible in an ethical and humanitarian way, in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki and applicable national and international laws and regulations.

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The Scientific Association under Swiss law “European Glaucoma Society”, “EGS”

The society is a non-profit organisation. The aims of this society are:
1. To establish personal contacts and to promote the exchange of knowledge between glaucoma specialists in Europe.
2. To stimulate, compare and register glaucoma research in Europe
3. To promote the diffusion of specific knowledge to the general ophthalmologists in Europe.
4. To keep contact with similar glaucoma groups in other continents.

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The Association under Belgian law “European Paediatric Ophthalmology Society”, “EPOS”

The aims of the Society are:
1. To bring together ophthalmologists, paediatricians, geneticists, electrophysiologists, and basic researchers interested in the field of paediatric ophthalmology and in particular genetic diseases of the eye.
2. To provide a forum for researchers in the field of paediatric ophthalmology and in particular genetic diseases of the eye to discuss openly and to share information
3. To encourage in particular young clinicians and scientists to specialise in paediatric ophthalmology and genetic diseases of the eye.
4. To promote European collaborations in the study of paediatric ophthalmology and genetic diseases of the eye.
5. To disseminate scientific knowledge throughout Europe, especially by yearly conferences.

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The non-profit organisation registered with the Charities Commission in the UK “European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons”,  “ESCRS”

The ESCRS is Europe’s leading organisation for cataract and refractive surgeons and is at the forefront of developments in anterior segment surgery. The society has over 5,000 members from almost 100 countries worldwide. The ESCRS offers a unique forum for discussion and learning which ensures that international expertise is shared by ophthalmologists all over Europe.

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European Society of Cornea & Ocular Surface Disease Specialists, “EuCornea”

The Society is a non-profit, scientific organisation active in Europe and whose purpose is in particular:
1. To promote the dissemination of the highest level of knowledge in the field of ophthalmology and specifically in cornea and ocular surface disease among ophthalmologists and the public
2. To encourage, support and register scientific research in the field of cornea and ocular surface disease in Europe
3. To promote the dissemination of the highest level of knowledge in the field of ophthalmology and specifically in cornea and ocular surface disease among ophthalmologists and the public
4. To promote an efficient collaboration with similar organisations worldwide which contribute to progress in the field of cornea and ocular surface disease

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The non-profit organisation registered with the Charities Commission in the UK “European Society of Retina Specialists”, “EURETINA”

The aims of the society are the promotion of science, research and education, in particular
1. The establishment of personal contacts and promotion of the exchange of knowledge between vitreoretinal and macula specialists in Europe
2. The stimulation and encouragement of vitreoretinal and macula research in Europe
3. The promotion of the diffusion of specific knowledge to the general ophthalmologists
4. The keeping of contact with similar groups outside Europe.

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The non-profit organisation under Belgian law “European Association for Vision and Eye Research”, “EVER”

The aims of the Association are to encourage research and the dissemination of knowledge concerning the eye and vision by means of meetings, publications and exchange of information.
EVER is the leading ophthalmological research association in Europe which covers all areas of ophthalmology and the visual sciences.

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The European Vision Institute EEIG, “EVI”

Blindness is one of the most feared health hazards in our present society; millions of Europeans are threatened by blinding untreatable eye diseases producing costs of several billion Euros. EVI aims at devising and implementing programs and projects for new therapeutic strategies for eye diseases that are difficult or impossible to be treated presently. Its approach will incorporate the most recent scientific developments of the postgenomic area.

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View the Vision Reasearch website

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