Perimetry is the quantitative evaluation of the visual field. Ocular imaging is the assessment and evaluation of the structural details of the eye. The aims of the IPS are
1) to promote the study of normal and abnormal visual function and of ocular imaging.
2) to ensure and facilitate the cooperation and friendship of scientists of different countries working and interested in these disciplines.
Some more specific objectives of the IPS are:
These objectives are realized to a large extent at the biannual IPS symposia. During these meetings, perimetric and ocular imaging research is presented and discussed.
Membership is reserved for those interested and active in perimetric research. Employees of commercial companies are eligible for associate membership
To become a member of the IPS you may print the Membership Application or request an application from the secretary of the organization by e-mail or surface mail.
Professor Allison M McKendrick
Secretary, Imaging and Perimetry Society
UWA and Lions Eye Institute
2 Verdun St, Nedlands WA 6009 Australia
Members are eye care givers, researchers and those in industry involved in vision testing, glaucoma and optic disc image analysis.
IPS member dues are payable annually coupled with the call for payment.
Dues are currently $75 US ($65 US for students, technicians and research
assistants) per year.
Professor Mitchell Dul
SUNY State College of Optometry
Department of Clinical Sciences
33 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036, USA