Award

LEVRETA Award for Best Presentation 2017



Once again
 LEVRETA is sponsoring the best oral presentation.

 

At ESLRR events the LEVRETA award celebrates the best oral presentations of which the contents together with the presentation as such, are the most inspiring, effective and professional performance. It is recommended, however, that the speakers keep in mind  that many listeners have English as their second language.

 

For this occasion the LEVRETA award, inspired on the Eye of Horus and made of fused glass, has especially been designed by Edith Benedictus, a renowned Dutch glass artist.

 

Candidates for the LEVRETA Award must be affiliated to a European institute.

 

Nominations for the Award can be sent to the Board members of Levreta: Mario Broggini (mbroggini@tin.it) or Aart Kooijman (aartkooijman@gmail.com).

 

The winner will be chosen by the Board members of LEVRETA.

The LEVRETA Award, inspired on the Eye of Horus and made of fused glass, is specially designed for this occasion by Edith Benedictus, a renowned Dutch glass artist.

 

 2017 

The 3rd LEVRETA Award has been awarded to Sandra Hanekamp for the best presentation on the combined ISLRR/ESLRR conference 2017 in The Hague. The abstract of her presentation "Structural brain MRI studies in glaucoma: are they clinically relevant? A review of current findings" can be downloaded here:  Abstract_Hanekamp.pdf

2015 

The 2nd LEVRETA Award has been awarded to Els Ortibus for the best presentation on the ESLRR conference 2015 in Oxford. The abstract of her presentation "CVIT 3-6, a screening test for cerebral visual impairment in young children" can be downloaded here: ABSTRACT_Ortibus.pdf  

 
 





































2013 

During the ESLRR 2013 conference the LEVRETA Award has been awarded to Jocelyn Cammack for her presentation "Ways of Seeing and Perceiving in Cases of Visual Impairment".