Welcome to WGC-2019!

A globally diverse faculty of experts in glaucoma research and clinical practice will come together to share their knowledge and insight in Melbourne, Australia, from March 27-30, 2019. We welcome you to be a part of the principal congress focused on the education of glaucoma.

Scientific sessions will include 21 symposiums, 24 courses, grand rounds, film festival, rapid fire presentations, and the largest surgical wetlabs in the field of glaucoma.

The congress will take place at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC), recognized as Australia’s Leading Meetings and Convention Centre. Set on the banks of the Yarra River, the MCEC is situated within 20 minutes from the airport and within 15 minutes all Melbourne landmarks are reached.

About WGC-2019

Keith Martin welcomes you to WGC-2019.

Fabian Lerner welcomes you to WGC-2019.

Important Dates

December 17, 2018

Early registration deadline

February 15, 2019

Late registration deadline

March 27, 2019

First Day 8th World Glaucoma Congress 2019

March 30, 2019

Final Day 8th World Glaucoma Congress 2019

Melbourne, Australia

Did you know?
Today Melbourne is Australia’s second biggest city, with a population of 4.1 million.
The iconic and famous Australian spread, Vegemite, was invented in Melbourne in 1922, and is still only produced in Melbourne. Make sure to put some on your toast!
Before Canberra, Melbourne has been the capital of Australia from 1902 until 1927.

Why not stay a bit longer in Australia after WGC-2019 to discover what this amazing country has to offer? Check out the various tours we posted as useful information under 'Destination' in the menu.

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Please contact our Professional Congress Organizer MCI for all your WGC-2019 questions

MCI Amsterdam
Schipluidenlaan 4
1062 HE Amsterdam
The Netherlands