Dear Colleagues

The ESG is pleased to announce its upcoming 20th Annual Meeting to be held in Cairo on 29-30 October 2020. Following long months of unprecedented lockdown due to the global Covid-19 crisis, we are looking forward to meeting again, exchanging experiences, ideas, and knowledge. A rich scientific content is planned on various areas of interest in the field of glaucoma, with participation of eminent Egyptian and international Guest Speakers.

This year and for the first time, international attendees and speakers will be able to join the meeting virtually, which will be an unprecedented opportunity to share glaucoma tips and knowledge across the world.

We hope that you will join us for the ESG 2020 meeting, whether virtually or physically
and benefit from all the rich scientific content of the meeting.

President of ESG

Ahmad K Khalil, MD, PhD

Guest Speakers


Dear Colleagues

We are happy to welcome you to the 19th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society for the Glaucomas (ESG). The first glaucoma society in the Middle East and Africa was founded by the relentless efforts of the founding pioneers; Mohamed Ibrahim Abdalla and Nabil Sabry, aided by an array of some of the best glaucoma specialists in the country spanning institutions from far south to far north.

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Past Events

ESG 2019

Dear Colleagues,
We are happy to welcome you to the 19th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society for the Glaucomas (ESG).

ESG 2018

Dear Colleagues, 

We would like to welcome you to the 18th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society for the Glaucomas (ESG), an ongoing, uninterrupted tradition since 2001.

ESG 2017

Dear Colleagues, 

Once again, it is time for the annual meeting of ESG, an ongoing tradition since 2001. Established in the year 2000 by Professors Mohamed Ibrahim and Nabil Sabry together with a prestigious group of glaucoma specialists of Egypt