InSights webcasts: Gene therapy in ophthalmology

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Gene Therapy in Ophthalmology is a fast moving and promising field. While offering unhoped perspectives for patients, it also raises unprecedented questions; what can we really expect from these new therapies? Which are the current or future developments to be prepared for? Which are the encountered challenges when bringing these medicines in real world? How will they shape the clinical practice in ophthalmology? Those are the questions to be addressed in this webinar by Prof. Camiel Boon, Prof. Rob Collin and Prof. Bart Leroy.

Speakers

  • Prof. dr. Bart Leroy, associate professor of Ophthalmic Genetics and Visual Electrophysiology, Ghent University
  • Prof. dr. Rob Collin, associate professor at the Department of Human Genetics, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen
  • Prof. dr. Camiel Boon, professor of Ophthalmology, Leiden University

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This webcast is primarily intended for ophthalmologists. Other interested healthcare professionals are welcome to join. The webcast will be held in English.

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