Past APGC Events

APGC2018 was held in Busan, Korea from 13 – 15 April 2018. Over 780 delegates attended from 34 countries across the globe. As we develop the program for 2020, take a moment to see what we showcased at APGC2018 below. Expect this and more in Kuala Lumpur August 2020!    

APGC 2018


The congress program consisted of 10 plenary speakers,  12 Courses, 20 Symposia and 4 free paper sessions. With over 200 speakers, the diverse and knowledgeable program captivated and engaged the audience whilst promoting upcoming innovations and state of the art research.

To view the 2018 program, click below:



From issues to solutions: Update on Glaucoma diagnosis & management

Dr. Cheng Gangwei (Peking Union Medical College Hospital)
Dr. Catherine J. Liu (Taipei Veterans General Hospital)
Dr. Ki Ho Park (Seoul National University Hospital)
Dr. Ngamkae Ruangvaravate (Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University)

Session Chairs:
Dr. Ki Ho Park
Dr. Tin Aung

New Advances in Minimally-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery

12:30 – 14:00
Plenary Hall – Level 3

Paul Healey MD – Overview of MIGS and their role in the Management of Glaucoma
Nathan Kerr MD – A New Era in Glaucoma Surgery with Suprachoroidal Access
Sheng Lim MD – Clinical Outcomes of Supraciliary Micro-stent Implantation for Open-Angle Glaucoma. COMPASS Study results
Colin Clement MD – Glaucoma Micro-Stent – Surgery Practical tips
Question and Answer Session

Session Chair:
Dr Nathan Kerr

Symposium 11 Pfizer – Valuable Insights in the Diagnosis and Management of Glaucoma

14:00 – 15:30
Room: 201/202

Panel Discussion:
Ivan Goldberg (Moderator), Ki Ho Park, Robert Ritch, Tetsuya Yamamoto, Prin Rojanapongpun, Ronnie George

Session Chair:
Ivan Goldberg

Modern Day Glaucoma Management in APAC

12:30 – 14:00
Plenary Hall – Level 3

Prin Rojanoponpun – Challenging MMT
Michael Coote – The interventional surgery paradigm
Chelvin Sng – XEN™ in Asia
Ki Ho Park – Q&A and Wrap up

Session Chair:
Ki Ho Park



Have a look at the photos from APGC2018 to get you excited for whats in store for Kuala Lumpur.


APGC 2016


The program from 2016 featured 6 free paper sessions, 18 symposia, 12 Courses, and a program stream from The Royal College of Ophthalmologists of Thailand.

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