The Mission of ISER is to give a remarkable global stage to talk and trade of thoughts on contemporary subjects in eye and vision research among its individuals and the more extensive eye/vision research group.
ISER underpins this mission by holding logical gatherings at venues all through the world, through its diary, Experimental Eye Research, and by focusing assets on the improvement and backing of young investigators, particularly those working in the research projects of ISER individuals.
On December 1968, fourteen researchers from the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy, Sweden, The Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland met in Oxford, England to talk about the benefits of building up an international organization to support eye research. It was concurred that there was a requirement for such an association, on the grounds that those researchers inspired by contemplating the eye were scattered over numerous scientific disciplines in numerous nations, and such a Society would unite them occasionally from everywhere throughout the world. It was underlined that the future era of researchers ought to be welcome to the gatherings sorted out by the Society, and helped fiscally to take an interest. The Society would endeavor to offer chances to youthful scientists to see and listen, and to be seen and listened. Among the destinations were: coordination of different channels of examination correspondence; foundation of a worldwide data focus and clearing house for money related, authoritative and operational parts of eye exploration; incitement and advancement of global examination participation; help and collaboration with neighbourhood, national and territorial eye research associations when required.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from International Society For Eye Research who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences