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The International Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology (ISVO) serves as a bridge between many different local and national veterinary ophthalmology organizations thereby promoting the worldwide exchange of information relating to the eye and vision in both the domestic and native animal species. We invite you to take a look around our website and make full use of its resources.
If you have an interest in veterinary or comparative ophthalmology, we encourage you to join the ISVO. The ISVO accepts individual memberships as well as membership applications from other Ophthalmic Organizations. For full details please see our membership benefits page. To become an individual member JOIN HERE. If you are interested in joining via your local ophthalmic organization, please write to the ISVO Secretary.
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In accordance with its bylaws, the ISVO will hold its Biennial General
Meeting (BGM) in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting of the
European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists at Rodos Palace Hotel,
room Nefeli B, from 12:15 to 12:45h on Friday May 19, 2023 EEST (UTC+3

Options for attending include in-person and remote via video conference using login details:

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Meeting ID: 964 5413 6472
Passcode: 345155

A. Agenda items currently include:
1. Approval of the previous minutes (attached)
2. Financial report (attached)
3. Secretary’s report
4. Board Member elections
5. New business
6. Discussion of the date and location of the next meeting

B. Board Members completing their terms at this meeting include:
Dr. Kangmoon Seo

C. Nominees for this vacancy and two additional positions include:
Dr. Agnieszka Balicka
Dr. Kumiko Kato
Dr. Paula Galera

D. Proxy

If you are unable to attend, please reply permitting the Secretary
(or another member you appoint) to act as your proxy. In accordance with
the ISVO Bylaws, only members who pay individual dues can vote at the
general meeting (i.e., members through an organizational membership
cannot vote at the meeting).

Allyson Groth
Secretary, International Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology