From the Experts
Dr. Peter Goadsby
Professor of Neurology, King’s College London
Attending the conference was an invaluable experience for me. It allowed me to connect with colleagues and Visual Snow sufferers in a manner that stimulated new ideas for collaborations and a better understanding of the depth of suffering experienced by people with Visual Snow.
Victoria Susan Pelak, MD
Professor of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Division of neuro-ophthalmology, university of colorado denver school of medicine
It was a tremendous privilege to participate in the VSC, and to meet so many incredible individuals collectively committed to unraveling the mystery that is Visual Snow giving hope to the countless number of suffers of this poorly understood disorder.
Associate Professor Joanne Fielding
Head, Ocular Motor Research Unit, Department of neuroscience, monash university, melbourne, austrailia
Professor Owen B. White, MD PhD FRACP
Neuro-Ophthalmologist, Department of Neuroscience, Central Clinical School, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
The first-ever Visual Snow conference was both tremendously educational and inspirational. It was a great honor to share the stage with some of the top visual snow experts in the world!
Data Science Consultant, Author and International Speaker
It was a pleasure and a privilege to meet so many of those affected by Visual Snow. Their comments and detailed observations add to our knowledge about the disease…The important thing is to learn more about the medical aspects of visual snow and at the same time establish a more cohesive group that can support raising money for research
James T. Fulton
Vision Concepts/Director of Research
I also gained further insight that the Visual Snow Initiative is a team effort and will be a team effort going forward…We still have a long ways to go but we are heading in the right direction!
Yasser Khan MD, FRCSC
Oculoplastic, Orbital and Ophthalmic Surgery
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