Special Interest Groups (SIGs)



Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society

A Brooks

Australian and New Zealand Society of Retinal Specialists

J Arnold

Australian and New Zealand Cornea Society

G Sutton

Australia and New Zealand Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery

C Su

Neuro-ophthalmology Society of Australia

J Crompton

Ocular Oncology

S Warrier


J Elder

Australian and New Zealand Strabismus Society

S Dai


L Lim



a. A Special Interest Group is to provide advice to the College on matters relating to the topic of special interest.
b. Special Interest Groups are to be open equally to all Fellows of the College and to others at the Chair's discretion.
c. Members are to be invited to register as members of a Special Interest Group.
d. Members of the Group shall elect a Chair and a Committee.
e. The Chair of the Group may seek limited administrative support from the College Office.
f. The Special Interest Group is encouraged to hold a workshop/seminar during the Annual Scientific Congress in liaison with the Program Committee and this meeting is to be open to all Fellows and Trainees of the College.
g. The costs incurred by the Group other than those associated with the meeting in item f will be the responsibility of the Group itself unless specific arrangements are made with the College.
h. A report of the salient activities of the Committee for the previous financial year is to be provided to the College by 31 July each year for inclusion in the College's Annual Report. If no salient activities have occurred, a nil report is to be provided.
i. For cross-communication and information flow it is desirable to make a position available for a Board member on the SIG committee.