It was successfully held in the Experimental Ophthalmology Laboratory of the AUTh, Training Seminar on the Low Vision Prompting Platform, with an emphasis on digital self-assessment applications. More than 20 people with low vision were informed and trained in the use and exploitation of these applications, as well as stated participation in the next phase of pilot tests that will start from September. The seminar took place in the actions of pilot testing and publicity-diffusion of project results Developing an Integrated ICT-Knowledge System Platform to help people with low vision - LIFE4LV, in the context of the research-creating action and co-funded by the European Union and national resources through the OP. Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship & Innovation (OPCvEI) (Ref. Project ΤΕ1ΕΔΚ-03742).

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    The Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki successfully participated in the 33rd International Conference of HSIOIRS (Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery) which was held, in combination with the 23rd Winter Conference of ESCRS on February 15-17, 2019 at MEGARO International Conference Center in Athens. The representatives of the university (Almaliotis D., Almpanidou S., supervisor Prof. Karampatakis V.) made an appearance with their presentation entitled: “Color Perception in Patients with Ocular Diseases Leading to Low Vision”.

    The Department of Medicine of the A.U.Th. successfully participated in the 22nd Congress of the European Association for Vision and Eye Research (22nd EVER Congress) which was held in the city of Nis, France between October 17-19, 2019. The representatives of the department (Almpanidou S., Almaliotis D., Labiris G., Karamitopoulos L., Topouzis F., Dardavesis T., Karampatakis V.) made an appearance with their presentation entitled: “Design of a novel low vision questionnaire to evaluate the quality of life and independence”.

    The Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki successfully participated in the 33rd European Ophthalmology Conference, which took place in Madrid, Spain on 14th – 15th of November, 2019. The representatives of the university (Karampatakis V., Almaliotis D., Karamitopoulos L., Kalliris G., Almpanidou S.) made an appearance with their presentation entitled: “Design and validation of a novel color test to assess patients with visual impairment”.

    The Faculty of Health Sciences, the Department of Medicine and the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology of the A.U.Th., under the auspices of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the Ministry of Health, held a very successful event entitled "New Therapeutic Approaches: Hope and Prospect for People with Low Vision", which attracted large numbers of people and raised the awareness of the general public.

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