AG Young DOG back Goals The Young DOG working group focuses its activities on the promotion of young scientists in ophthalmology and the compatibility of clinical and scientific activities. Members of the Working Group 1st speakerPD Dr. med. Dr. rer. biol. hum. Bettina HohbergerUniversity Eye Hospital, ErlangenEmail2nd speakerDr. med. Antonia Howaldt University Eye Hospital, CologneEmailReporter in the Board of DirectorsRepresentative in the Programme CommissionDr. rer. nat. Sven SchnichelsUniversity Eye Hospital, TuebingenEmailContact person for the issue AG Young “Die Ophthalmologie”Prof. Dr. med. Mehdi ShajariCentre for OphthalmologyUniversity Hospital, CologneRepresentative in the AK DOG-LehreJost Lauermann, MDClinic for OphthalmologyUniversity Hospital, Muenster For other members of the AG Young DOG, please see the attached presentation. Collaboration in the AG Young DOG Dear colleagues, The AG Young DOG is aimed at young assistant doctors and young scientists. Its aim is to enable a better compatibility of clinical work, research and family. As a member of the working group, you will be regularly informed about funding opportunities, activities and symposia. Once a year there is a general meeting at the DOG. You are welcome to actively contribute to improving the research map for young junior scientists and become a member of the AG Young DOG by registering for the working group in the next step. Membership of the AG is reserved for members of the DOG. Residents, habilitated physicians and scientists as well as professors up to W 2 can become members.Are you interested in joining the Young DOG working group? Application Bündnis JUNGE ÄRZTE [Alliance of Young Doctors] The Bündnis JUNGE ÄRZTE [Alliance of Young Doctors] is composed of representatives of residents and young specialists/consultants from the largest German medical societies and professional associations.The AG Young DOG is one of the members of the alliance.