Our conferences and events are a chance to hear from, and ask questions in person to, people interested in and affected by aniridia.
Our next event will be:
Saturday 14 April 2018
Resource For London
356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA (map)
It is 10 minutes walk from Holloway Road Underground Station on the Piccadilly Line. We can provide a guide from there if you need one.
Registration begins at 9.15am. Presentations run from 10:00am until 5:15pm with breaks for lunch and afternoon refreshments.
- Dr Mariya Moosajee: from Moorfields and GOSH telling of the latest research into possible drug treatments for aniridia.
- Dr Ngozi Oluonye: connected to Moorfields and GOSH, talking about assessment and development of visually impaired children.
- Dr Ian Petch: exploring visual impairment, depression & access to mental health services
- Prof Colin Willoughby: from Ulster/Liverpool University, giving an update on his eye research since his presentation at our 2014 conference.
- Dr Iona Alexander: presenting about sleep and eye diseases.
- Effie Papadopoulou MSc: discussing the psychological impact of aniridia
- Sue Ricketts, Nystagmus Network’s Executive Information and Development Manager
- Fern Lulhum: will share her life experiences of living with aniridia.
- Geoff Taylor-Meads: from the Department for Work and Pensions about Access to Work.
- Charity Annual General Meeting
- Stands by visiting organisations
- Opportunity to speak to people and families affected by aniridia
- Lunch and refreshments
Prices and booking
- Adult (ages 17+): £21
- Child (ages 0-16): £8.50
- Evening event
- Ages 6 and older: £18 each
- Ages 5 and younger: free as cannot play goalball
Read our Refund policy.
We’d love you to help us make the event happen. Contact us if you’d like to help.