CRITERIA FOR MEMBERSHIP

Member societies are:

  • A national society for pediatric ophthalmology, strabismus, ophthalmic genetics, or a combination of these
  • A supra-national society representing more than one country for the same purposes, or an orthoptic association

BECOME A MEMBER

Membership of the society is by invitation only and requires approval of the Executive Committee of IPOSC.

 

 

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Kazakhstan Pediatric Ophthalmologist

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Assiya Beisebayeva


Kazakhstan Pediatric Ophthalmologist group is an association of doctors from varios clinics in the country dealing with pediatric ophthalmology.

 


Zhenis Avenue 16/1
Tole Bi 95a Almaty City
010000
Nur-Sultan
Almaty-Region
Kazakhstan

Email: kazPOGroup@gmail.com

Phone: +7 701 833 3953

 

 

Korean Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (KAPOS)

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Key Hwan Lim, MD, Ph.D


The Korean Association Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (KAPOS) was inaugurated in March,1985. The activities of KAPOS is to make contributions to the children’s eye care and support academic research in pediatric ophthalmology & Strabismus.

 

26 Daesingongwon-ro
Seo-gu Department of Ophthalmology
Busan
Busan
49201
South Korea

Email: Kapos2@naver.com

 

 

Lebanese Ophthalmological Society

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Muhammad Younis, MD
Jamal H. Bleik, MD, FRCS


The Lebanese Ophthalmological Society was founded in 1968 under the umbrella of the Lebanese Order of Physicians. It is a very active society in the region with more than 300 active members serving also many countries around Lebanon and the gulf area. Its main goal is to promote scientific education in the field of ophthalmology among its members for better patient care by organizing scientific meetings ,workshops and symposia. It is a member of ICO and founding member of MEACO.

Beit Tabib, Tahwita Furn
Chebbak
Beirut
Lebanon

Email: info@los-lb.com

Phone: 00961161710

 

Mediterranean Orthoptic Society (SMO)

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Emilia Gallo


SMO is a research association founded in 2009 and our members include orthoptists and other eye care professionists from the italian national territory. The honorary president is Prof. Adriano Magli and the Scientific Coordinator is Dr. Caterina Gagliano. SMO main goals are: promoting and advancing the discipline of orthoptics, low vision and applied diagnostic ophthalmological technologies, organizing conferences, professional courses and meetings with the aim to maximize multi-disciplinary interaction and to enhance researchers communication on orthoptics topics in the mediterranean area.

Via Asilo Sant'Agata
74
95129 Catania CS
Italy

Email: info@ortottica.org

Phone: 39 095 536992

 

Middle East Africa Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus Society

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Jamal H. Bleik, MD, FRCS


MEAPOSS, together with the other 4 subspecialty societies of MEACO, was launched in March 2009 during the 10th MEACO Congress in Bahrain. Mission: Promote the comprehensive education programs and training of subspecialties in ophthalmology in the region; Represent MEACO internationally in the subspecialty field; Integrate the SSS eye care within the prevention of blindness planning and activities.

 

Rm. 427, 4/F, Hong Kong Eye Hospital
147K Argyle Street
Kowloon
Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong S.A.R., China

Email: jamalbleik@lau.edu.lb

Phone: +9611745111

Website: http://www.meaposs.org/index.htm

 

Mongolian Society of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Tsengelmaa Chuluunbat


Mongolian Society of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus was established in 2016.

Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology
National Center for Maternal and Child Health
Mongolia
Ulaanbaatar 16060
Mongolia

Email: chtsenge@gmail.com

Phone: 976 9912 3663

 

National Ophthalmic Disease Genotyping & Phenotyping Network

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Richard Alan Lewis


The eyeGENE® Network is a genetics initiative created by the National Eye Institute to facilitate research into the causes and mechanisms of inherited eye diseases by broadening patient access to genetic diagnostic testing and by creating and maintaining a patient registry and national repository of genetic samples from highly characterized specimens. This multi-directional Network allows for investigations of the causes, interventions, and management of genetic eye disorders.

10 Center Drive, Room 10N226
National Eye Institute
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, MD 20892-1860
United States

Email: eyeGENEinfo@nei.nih.gov

Phone: 301-435-3032

Website: https://eyegene.nih.gov/

 

 

Nepal Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Interest Group

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Srijana Adhikari, MD


Pediatric Ophthalmology and strabismus interest group is a group of pediatric ophthalmologists and the ophthalmologists involved in pediatric eye care in different parts of Nepal. The group has resently been established with the purpose to enhance pediatric services in Nepal. We are still in the preliminary stage.

 

Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology
Middle Region 561
Kathmandu
Nepal

Email: srijananp@gmail.com

Phone: 977-9849287387

Website: https://sites.google.com/site/nepalpediatriceyehealth

 

 

New Zealand Paediatric Ophthalmology Interest Group

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Shuan Dai, FRANZCO
Justin Mora, FRANZCO

 

Level 2, 26 The Terrace
P.O. Box 156
New Zealand

Email: nz.br.ranzco@nzma.org.nz

Phone: 64 4 4941029

 

 

Nigerian Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Society

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Adedayo Adio, MD

 
The Nigerian Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Society (NIPOSS) is an offshoot of the Ophthalmological Society of Nigeria (OSN). It was inaugurated in 2011. In Conjunction with the West African College of Surgeons, a local training program for paediatric ophthalmologists was established in 2012. An annual lecture series the 'Prof Marilyn Miller lecture' was also inaugurated in 2012 honour of our patron. We meet twice a year.

Department of Ophthalmology
University of Benin Teaching Hospital
Benin City EDO
Nigeria

Email: drdayoadio@yahoo.com

Phone: +234 7032073082

 

 

Nordic Pediatric Ophthalmology Group

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Marita C. Andersson Gronlund, MD


Nordic Pediatric Ophthalmology Group o Group of Nordic ophthalmologists with interest in the special eye problems in pediatrics. o Every second year we arrange a meeting in one of the Nordic countries held in the Scandinavian languages and English.

Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology
The Queen Silvia Children's Hospital
SE41685 Gothenburg
Sweden

Email: marita.gronlund@neuro.gu.se

Phone: +46702091316

 

 

OCE: Orthoptistes de la Communaute Europeenne

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Maria Luise Lenk-Schafer

 

The "Standing Liaison Committee of Orthoptists within the European Community"/ Orthoptistes de la Communauté européene (OCE) is the independent representative professional body of orthoptists in the EU and spokesperson for the orthoptic profession on European topics.

Founded: January 20th, 1989

Registered office: 22 rue Richer 75009 Paris, FRANCE

Official languages: English and French

Members: 17 countries represented

 

Lohengrinstr 16
90461 Nurenberg
Germany

Email: oce@lenk-schaefer.com

Phone: 49 171 8277187

Website: https://www.euro-orthoptics.com/

 

 

Orthoptics Australia

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Connie Koklanis

 
Orthoptics Australia (OA) is a national organization representing members in all states of Australia, as well as members from other countries, including New Zealand, United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. OA strives to promote and advance the discipline of orthoptics in public hospitals and ophthalmology practices, and to actively seek and implement career and work benefits and opportunities for its members.

Bakuninskaya Ulitsa, 94
Moscow
105082
Russia

Email: execofficer@orthoptics.org.au

Phone: +61 3 9586 6080

Twitter: @OrthopticsAU

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orthopticsau/

Website: https://www.orthoptics.org.au/

 

 

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