The "Ophthalmology Journal" is a new open access, peer-reviewed, scientific publication created by German and Polish experts in the field, directed to the international community of ophthalmologists. The Journal welcomes submission of original research reporting clinical observations and laboratory investigations with clinical relevance. Editors will also accept case reports, up to date reviews, editorials, education articles, letters and other relevant manuscripts that relate to the sense of sight, especially these describing new diagnostic and surgical techniques, also instrument and therapy updates. Manuscripts covering regional issues should also address a global context.
Submission and publication are free of charge for the authors.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Anselm G.M. Jünemann
Vice-Editor: Prof. Robert Rejdak
The Journal has been included in the register of journals and proceedings of international conferences published by The Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education on July 31st, 2019 with 20 points awarded.
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4th Conference of the Ophthalmology Journal — Update in Ophthalmology
We are pleased to invite you to the 4th Conference of the Ophthalmology Journal — Update in Ophthalmology, which will take place on 7–8 February 2020 in Lublin at the Lublin Conference Centre.
Cykl konferencji Ophthalmology Journal — nowości w diagnostyce terapii wysiękowej postaci AMD oraz cukrzycowego obrzęku plamki
Ophthalmology Journal — nowości w diagnostyce terapii wysiękowej postaci AMD oraz cukrzycowego obrzęku plamki
Professor Robert Rejdak, Head of the Department of General Ophthalmology, Independent Public Teaching Hospital No. 1 in Lublin became President of the Association of Polish Ophthalmic Surgeons
The association has been active for eleven years. Its aim is to improve and increase the quality of ophthalmic surgical procedures, sharing experiences between ophthalmic surgeons and raising public awareness about eye diseases and the possibilities of their treatment. Elections of the new association's authorities took place on January 5, 2019 in Warsaw.