Annual Meeting | ASCRS
Apr 05-08, 2024
Boston, MA

2024 Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is the premier U.S. meeting dedicated to anterior segment surgery with tailored education and unmatched inspirational opportunities. 

In 2024—the 50th anniversary of the founding of ASCRS—the Annual Meeting is inspired by history and defining the future. Be part of making history.

Comprehensive Education for All Practice Members

The ASCRS Annual Meeting, focused on therapeutic, surgical, and administrative topics directly relevant to ASCRS and ASOA members, offers symposia, lectures, workshops, sessions, courses, and skills transfer labs to help anterior segment surgeons, practice managers, administrators, technicians, and nurses maintain and refine their clinical and administrative skills.

Step Up to the Podium at ASCRS 2024

Share your expertise, data, technique, cases, and more at the 2024 ASCRS Annual Meeting, the largest U.S. meeting dedicated to advancing anterior segment surgery.

Abstracts are being accepted July 24 through October 9, 2023. Learn more and submit here.


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One Registration — 300+ Hours of Education

ASCRS Annual Meeting—Unparalleled Education

ASCRS Annual Meeting physician registration opens the door to more than 300 hours of education.

ASCRS Main Stage

ASCRS Main Stage events recognize the early pioneers of ophthalmology as well as those continuing the legacy today with preeminent named lectures and keynote speakers, innovative symposia, and meaningful awards and honors.

ASCRS Symposia

ASCRS Symposia offer expert insights into the most relevant anterior segment topics with engaging formats to enhance educational objectives.

ASCRS Instructional Courses

ASCRS Instructional Courses provide a deep dive into a surgical technique, clinical topic, or challenging cases.

Speaker at ASCRS Annual Meeting

Papers, Posters, and Films

ASCRS Paper Sessions, Electronic Posters, and award-winning Scientific Films provide the latest and greatest in ophthalmic research, technology, and surgical outcomes and techniques, clinical updates, and more.