The Ophthalmic Oncology Group (OOG) is an independent scientific group devoted to clinical ophthalmic oncology and related basic-science research.
The aims of the OOG are to:
The OOG annual membership fee is 30 EUR.
Please click here to download the payment details or email Dr Ulrich Pfeffer to pay your fees.
Donations by third parties are welcome and may be paid in the same manner.
The Victoria Cohen Eye Cancer Charitable Trust helps aspiring ocular oncologists by awarding scholarships to those in need of financial assistance for their fellowships, anywhere in the world.
Full details on the charity and how to apply can be found HERE and direct via the charity website: www.vcecct.org
58th OOG Meeting in Stockholm
6–9th June, 2024
Our latest meeting in Berlin:
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Jouhi S, Jager MJ, de Geus SJR, et al. The Small Fatal Choroidal Melanoma Study. A Survey by the European Ophthalmic Oncology Group. Am J Ophthalmol. Jun 2019;202:100-108.
Al-Jamal RT, Cassoux N, Desjardins L, et al. The Pediatric Choroidal and Ciliary Body Melanoma Study: A Survey by the European Ophthalmic Oncology Group. Ophthalmology. Apr 2016;123(4):898-907.