Overall Executive Committee

The overall executive board consists of the executive board and representatives of individual professional groups.

Executive Committee

The executive committee is composed of the president elected for one year, the incoming president, the president from the previous year, the secretary general, secretary and treasurer.

DOG Sections

Sections represent the various subspecialties of ophthalmology. Their thematic focus is oriented towards clinical practice, the anatomy of the eye and important disease patterns.

DOG Working Groups

The DOG Working groups deal with topics that concern several or all subspecialties of ophthalmology. The central purpose of this form of organization is networking. Participation in DOG-working groups and sections is open to all members.

DOG Committees

Committees are small groups of experts appointed by the Board to address important topics in ophthalmology. They advise the Board or become active on behalf of the Society on behalf of the Presidium. Committees are usually established for an indefinite period, with a review of commission status every four years.

DOG Task Forces

The DOG Task forces are small units that work on well-defined issues and/or clearly delimited subject areas. They are also set up to work on, prepare or implement specific tasks and projects. Task forces are mainly set up for a limited period of time. The members of the DOG Task Forces are appointed by the DOG Board.

Honorary Members of DOG

The Senate is composed of all former members of the Executive Committee – presidents, secretaries, treasurers, general secretaries – as well as recipients of the Albrecht von Graefe Award.

DOG Office

Find the DOG office adress, Managing Director & employees here.