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Théa Trophy Contest

TROPHY is an annual contest with the main objective of encouraging residents and fellows in ophthalmology to play a predominant role in their discipline by submitting their clinical cases in order to share their experience.


Since it was first launched in 2012, more than 1,400 YOs have taken part in TROPHY with a broader international interest every year, and the participation of new countries.

The Théa interRnational cOntest of clinical cases in PatHologies of the eYe (TROPHY) is designed to encourage presentation and communication skills of residents and fellows in ophthalmology. The contest is open to residents and fellows and takes place every year.

The Théa inteRnational cOntest of clinical cases in PatHologies of the eYe (TROPHY) is a chance to present un unpublished case at Théa symposium during the ARVO 2024 annual meeting**.

Applicants are invited to submit a case they were involved in and which is original from a scientific standpoint. The clinical cases shall be related to a pathology which can be different from year to year.

This year the topic is “The Secret To Ocular Surface Success: Don’t Forget Eyelids!”

The presentation must be anonymous, written in English and follow the below structure format:

– Title
– Case presentation with illustrations and figures
– Discussion and conclusion
– References

**travel, registration and housing costs covered for by Théa.

In 2012, Théa launched “TROPHY”, the “Théa euRopean cOntest of clinical cases in PatHologies of the eYe”. TROPHY is an annual contest which aims to encourage fellows and residents to actively participate in their speciality by sharing the results of their clinical cases and their experience. Each year there is a specific theme. Three winners are designated by experts who deliberate confidentially and objectively and are invited by Théa to present their clinical case at the Théa symposium which is organised alongside the ARVO congress.

The “Théa International Contest of Clinical Cases in Pathologies of the Eyes” promotes exchange between fellows and residents worldwide and offers them a motivating challenge.

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