We hope you are well and healthy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the public health crisis has turned all of our lives upside down, the retina community remains strong and united.
Due to the projected ongoing effects of the pandemic, we have made the decision to cancel this year’s meeting originally scheduled March 26-28, 2020 in Miami. Safety of our members, patients, and families are of the highest priority.
If you booked a hotel room at the Fontainebleau, your reservation will be cancelled by the hotel, if it hasn’t been cancelled already, and the deposit will be refunded by March 30. The meeting registration will be refunded in full by April 3. You will receive an email with a confirmation once it is processed.
The next VBS annual meeting will be held April 8-10, 2021 at ARIA, in Las Vegas. In the meantime, please look out for ongoing online content on the VBS website, including the VBS Blog and Vit Buckle Academy. We are also considering a host of other virtual retina activities to bring the VBS community together to discuss the most exciting surgeries and developments in our field!
The Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of VBS
At the VBS meeting, you’ll have a unique opportunity to truly connect and get to know your colleagues from around the world as well as the industry partners who facilitate scientific studies and innovation.
March 24-26, 2022
Aria Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
VBS Leadership recently published the following article about academic ophthalmology conferences in a virtual setting. Read now
This episode spotlights Dr. Carl Regillo, who we interviewed live on stage at the 2019 Vit-Buckle Annual Meeting. Drs. Mrinali Gupta and Yoshi Yonekawa also join to highlight the new Vit Buckle Academy online educational resource found here.
The Vit-Buckle Academy is a web-based educational portal for vitreoretinal surgery, designed for established and training vitreoretinal surgeons. The portal includes curated and concise text coupled with high quality figures and narrated videos that highlight key principles of vitreoretinal surgery in a step-wise curriculum.