10 - 13 September

Welcome message

Dear fellow neuro-ophthalmologists,

Two years after a very successful 12 th EUNOS meeting in 2015 in Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, we are again heading to a beautiful capital of another former eastern European country to present and discuss new developments in the field of Neuro-Ophthalmology.

Budapest in 2017 promises to fulfil your expectations and provide a high-level scientific meeting in an exciting and welcoming venue. We hope to attract numerous participants from all over the world to join us in Budapest and to welcome new colleagues to our community by becoming EUNOS members.
The organization of the meeting is a joint venture of the Local Organizing Committee headed by Dr. Gabriela Szatmary, the Scientific Program Committee and the Education Committee of EUNOS. We are all looking forward to yet another stimulating meeting that will promote our knowledge in Neuro-Ophthalmology and thus improve the care of patients with neuro-ophthalmic disorders.

See you all in Budapest!

Prof. Klara Landau

President of EUNOS

Welcome message

Dear Colleague,

It is my great pleasure to invite you to participate in the 13th European Neuro-Ophthalmological Society conference. The members of the organizing committee are very proud to be hosting the conference in Budapest, the capital city of Hungary.

Undoubtedly, Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and is well known for its stunning views from the banks of the river Danube and its famous Széchenyi Chain Bridge.

The conference will be held at the Danubius Health Spa Resort Hélia, which is located on the East bank of the Danube River, and within short distances are famous attractions, such as the Hungarian Parliament and the Heroes Square.

Our aim is to provide you with the latest information in the field of brain and vision science, with a focus on the application of latest eye and brain imaging tools, in order to address underlying pathophysiology in a wide range of neuro-ophthalmic disorders and their mimics.

The first day of the meeting will be dedicated to Emergency Neuro-Ophthalmology and Practical Tools and Tricks to enhance the differential diagnostic and clinical skills of physicians encountering a neuro-ophthalmic problem. In addition, for the first time in the history of EUNOS, we will have a half-day Research Symposium dedicated to optic nerve disorders.

A wide range of topics will be presented during the meeting, such as neurodegenerative disorders during The Eye and The Brain Symposium, Beyond IIH: High and low CSF pressure syndromes, Vascular Diseases of the Brain and Eye, Neuro-ophthalmic Complications of Neoplastic Diseases, and Unexplained Visual Loss as introduced by interesting case presentations. The last day of the meeting will include a lecture by Prof. Neil Miller on Controversies in Neuro-Ophthalmology. For full list of presenters, please see list of lecturers under "About EUNOS 2017" tab on Home page of congress.

Beside the scientific program and exhibition, there will be a number of exciting social activities to make your stay in Budapest pleasurable and memorable.

We look forward to hosting you in Budapest on September 10, 2017.

Conference Chair,
Gabriella Szatmáry, MD, PhD
5 June, 2017
Early bird registration closes
1 Jan, 2017
Abstract opening
5 June, 2017
Abstract submission closes
5 Sep, 2017
Online registration will be closed on Tuesday (5 September 2017) at 23:59
  • Optic Nerve Symposium
  • Emergency Neuro-ophthalmology Symposium
  • Cancer Symposium
  • Treatment Symposium: IIH and beyond
  • Imaging Symposium
  • Eye Pain Symposium
  • Neuro-oph quiz
  • Retina and Optic Nerve
  • Visual Pathway
  • Pupils
  • Headache, Eye Pain and IIH
  • Eye Movements
  • Orbits
  • Miscellaneous