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2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting

We’re excited to launch the 2021 Annual Meeting Real-Time Program. This online resource provides in-depth information on the Annual Meeting program schedule, session details, and speaker information.

Looking for information on Subspecialty Day? Visit the 2021 ASCRS Subspecialty Day Real-Time Program.

Comprehensive Education for All Members of the Practice

This meeting, focused on therapeutic, surgical, and administrative topics directly relevant to ASCRS and ASOA members, offers symposia, lectures, workshops, sessions, courses, and skills transfer labs to help anterior segment surgeons, practice managers and administrators, technicians and nurses maintain and refine their clinical and administrative skills.

Bring the future of ophthalmology into focus.

Join Program Director Gil Kliman, MD, plus co-chairs Jim Mazzo and Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, for the first in-person Eyecelerator meeting. In addition to insightful industry panels with decision makers from high-growth companies, global strategics, and some of ophthalmology's most seasoned investors, you'll be among the first to see showcases from more than a dozen innovative companies disrupting the dynamics of presbyopia, dry eye and glaucoma.  Register now for Eyecelerator



21 Reasons to Attend

There are many reasons to attend this year’s event including:

  1. A Return to Live Meetings
  2. Custom Education
  3. Inspiration
  4. Network with Colleagues
  5. Subspecialty Day…and many more!
    Learn more about the 2021 Annual Meeting and see all
    21 Reasons to Attend.

Onsite and In Person

The decision to hold an in-person meeting in 2021 was made with great consideration for the safety of all attendees, guests, and participants. ASCRS continues to work with the convention center, hotels, event management partner, and all vendors to ensure the highest level of precautions are taken for the meeting. For the most up to date health and safety measures on site, please read our informational document.

Speaker at the ASCRS Annual Meeting