Welcome to the Vit-Buckle Society (VBS). If it is your first meeting, welcome! If you are returning, welcome back! We have made some exciting changes! We on the VBS Board of Trustees (BOT) and the Executive Committee (EC) wish for VBS to be the premier medical and surgical interactive meeting throughout the year. We also wish for our core statement to be furthered, that is, we are a meeting formed by fellows in training for fellows in training. No one’s questions or answers are invalid or unimportant. Debate is welcomed and encouraged. We look forward to seeing you at the Annual Meeting! Thank you for your support 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 26-28, 2020
Fontainebleau MiamiLearn More
April 9-11, 2021
Daniel Chao, MD, PhD, adapted his VBS talk for a cover story on IRDs in the July/August issue of Retina Today. Read the article here.
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.VISIT THE VIT-BUCKLE ACADEMY »
Members of the Vit-Buckle Society leadership and annual meeting committees join a popular retina podcast to preview the 2019 meeting and offer information on the highlights. Registration and hotel information for the meeting can be found here.
Please join us for a fun, educational, and exciting meeting in the beautiful coastal city of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Content includes free papers from around the world, medical and surgical case discussions, the Advanced VitreoRetinal Surgery Course, Tell It Like It Is, and plenty of lively discussions.REGISTER NOW »