Abstract submission

Abstract submission form

Before you submit your abstract, please read the award statement below.

Eberhard Dodt Memorial Award

(for more information, please read this documents.)

For the outstanding young presenter at the ISCEV Annual Symposium.

An award, in the value of €3,000, commemorates the life and work of Eberhard Dodt, in particular his help and encouragement, over many years, of young scientists working in the field of clinical electrophysiology of vision.

It is awarded to the young scientist who, in the opinion of the Adjudication Panel, makes the best presentation at the Annual Symposium of the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV).

The award comprises a travel fellowship of €1,500, to be used for attendance at one of the next three ISCEV symposia, plus an honorarium of €1,500 to be used at the discretion of the recipient for the furtherance of the recipient's work in the field.

 

Eligibility

A ‘young scientist’ is defined as one who is under 35 years of age at midnight on the closing date for receipt of abstracts for the symposium. The prospective awardee must be first author of the presentation under consideration and must make the presentation personally and individually. The award shall be made irrespective of the mode of presentation (oral, poster, video, etc.). The award will not be made for a second or subsequent time to a previous winner.

Marmor Award

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The Marmor Award for Clinical Innovation in Visual Electrophysiology is designed to serve ISCEV and the discipline of clinical electrophysiology by encouraging new work that will widen the clinical applications of our tests and enhance their practicality. The Award in funded by an endowment from Michael Marmor, Professor of Ophthalmology at Stanford University School of Medicine, California, USA.

Increased use of electrophysiologic tests may come from demonstrations of medical value, or from improvements in factors such as cost, signal variability, comfort, time, availability, etc. This award will be made to innovative projects rather than to individuals, and will challenge the recipients, whether junior or senior, to continue the award-winning work to the next level of translation. 

Eligible projects must involve an ISCEV member as at least one of the authors (not necessarily presenting), and must involve original work that opens new opportunities in one of two areas:1) Improving the practicality of electrophysiology procedures: e.g. speed, reliability, ease, cost 2) Widening the clinical applicability of our procedures to individual patients: e.g. to clarify common diseases or to evaluate diseases not previously amenable to testing.