We invite you to have a look at the Program at a glance before going through the description and program of each session.
The program is made up of four Main Scientific Sessions held live (one per day) with presentations from invited speakers as well as speakers selected through a call for abstracts (see Speaker page).
These main sessions will address the many different areas of concern in albinism: ophthalmology, dermatology, genetics, cell biology, epidemiology, therapies, syndromic forms of albinism, etc. Click here to view the latest version of the:
Participants of all categories are welcome to attend the Main Sessions. However, please note that these sessions are made up of complex scientific presentations that might not be appropriate for a lay person.
A poster exhibition will be accessible on the online conference platform throughout the four days of the ISCA 2022. In addition, a live poster session will be held to allow the participants to communicate directly with the authors of the posters. The posters will be selected based on the call for abstracts. Click here to view the latest version of the:
The Basics of Albinism for the Non-Expert Scientist
This special session will be shaped as a short course for scientists and healthcare providers that are not yet experts in albinism. It will aim to provide participants with general information as well as the most up-to-date best practices to diagnose and manage patients with albinism. This will be a pre-recorded session that will be accessible from the first day of the conference. Click here to view the latest version of the:
Latest Albinism Research
> Session postponed to December. Will be released on the Global Albinism Alliance YouTube Channel.
Throughout this side session, international albinism experts selected from among the speakers of the Main Sessions will give presentations on the latest albinism research in layman terms.
On Friday 18th November, from 6:00 to 8:00pm, join this unique and innovative session to converse freely with other participants in a relaxed and informal way!
Wander throughout the virtual venue and chat with other participants. Don’t miss this opportunity to:
- exchange contact information with other participants,
- discuss potential collaborations with other research groups,
- ask for additional information on the presentations you have most enjoyed.