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Abstract Submissions and Online Registration                

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Abstract submissions

Please note that the deadline to submit an abstract was 11 October and as a result the abstract submission portal is now closed.

Kindly note that all presenting authors must be fully registered for the Meeting.


Online Registration

The online registration for the XXXI Annual Meeting of the European Eye Bank Association is now open. Click here to access the external online registration website.

Registration Fee

Registration for the XXXI Annual Meeting of the European Eye Bank Association

17th - 19th January 2019, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

                               Early Bird until 11th October 2018 after 11th
October 2018
EEBA Members  EUR 350,00
 EUR 400,00
Non EEBA Members  EUR 450,00
 EUR 500,00
Additional ticket for 'Floating' Gala dinner on Friday 18 January  EUR 120,00  EUR 120,00
Wetlab and Technicians Workshop (Thursday 17 January, only for eye bank technicians and scientists) *max. capacity 20 participants per wetlab session  EUR 80*  EUR 100*


The Registration fee for participants includes:

  • Access to all sessions
  • Access to all poster presentations
  • Access to the exhibition area
  • Final programme / Abstract book
  • Coffee and tea during breaks
  • Lunches
  • Welcome Reception
  • 'Floating' Gala Dinner 

Wetlab and technicians workshop

In a wetlab set-up you will learn how to perform a preparation of a DMEK graft. The workshop includes a presentation about how to do this, during which you will receive tips and tricks and find out what to do in case of problems (e.g. if you have a tear). This is followed by a video and a demonstration from an eye bank technician who will prepare a DMEK graft from a cornea live at the microscope. After this live preparation, you will prepare a DMEK graft yourself under supervision of one of our eye bank technicians.









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