• 2018 Subspecialty Day Support

    For 23 years, the Academy’s Subspecialty Day has set the gold standard for live educational meetings. These meetings have grown in popularity each year, and are an integral part of the annual meeting for thousands of ophthalmologists from all over the world.

    Registrants have the flexibility to float among meetings. Those registered for a one-day meeting can attend sessions at any meeting taking place that day. Two-day registrants are free to attend any presentation taking place on Friday or Saturday.

    Detailed Subspecialty Day syllabi are available exclusively to meeting registrants until the day of the event. Syllabi are also made available on the Meeting Archives web page for a full year.

    Distribution/Media Reach

    See description of each opportunity below.

    Support Opportunity/Benefits

    $75,000 Retina Subspecialty Day

    Two-day meeting provides a comprehensive update on the diagnosis and management of vitreoretinal diseases, as well as provide insight into new therapeutic options for treatment of a variety of disorders.

    • More than 3,500 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 60 eight-minute presentations and panel discussions each day.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $40,000 Glaucoma Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting provides a comprehensive update on the diagnosis of glaucoma, its pathophysiology and treatment.

    • More than 1,200 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 60 eight-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $40,000 Cornea Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting provides the latest information on advancements in cornea and external disease, with an emphasis on innovative and emerging trends in medical and surgical care.

    • More than 1,000 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 40 ten-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $20,000 Ocular Oncology and Pathology Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting provides a comprehensive update on state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment procedures for retinoblastoma, melanoma, other intraocular tumors, conjunctival tumors, eyelid tumor and orbital tumors.

    • More than 125 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 30 ten-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $20,000 Oculofacial Plastic Surgery Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting provides a comprehensive, cutting-edge update on treatments in oculofacial plastic surgery.

    • More than 500 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 40 ten-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $20,000 Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting focusing on a broad-based update on the diagnosis and management of pediatric ophthalmic diseases and strabismus. Also provides insight into new therapeutic options for treatment of a variety of pediatric eye disorders.

    • More than 500 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 30 ten-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $20,000 Refractive Surgery Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting provides a comprehensive update on refractive surgery procedures, developments in corneal, lens-based, cataract and refractive surgery. Also provides techniques for managing and avoiding complications.

    • More than 1,500 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 30 eight-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    $20,000 Uveitis Subspecialty Day

    One-day meeting provides a comprehensive update on challenges in the diagnosis and management of uveitis and various ocular inflammatory diseases. Attendees will also discuss current work and studies that may lead to new managing approaches and standards of care in the future.

    • More than 300 ophthalmologists are expected to attend.
    • Approximately 30 ten-minute presentations and panel discussions.
    • Acknowledgment on the syllabus title page for the sponsored meeting (print and electronic versions).
    • Recognition in the Academy Foundation annual report, on session walk-in slides, on the website and the donor wall.

    Status

    Available

    Pledge Support

    Contact Todd Lyckberg, Director of Development.

    Commitment Deadline

    Sept. 1