The Visual Snow Conference
The Cure Of Understanding
Shining A Light On Visual Snow
This is also an opportunity for the medical community to gain knowledge and insight about Visual Snow. Too many medical professionals are unaware of this issue, the result of which can be very damaging to those who seek answers.
Experts & Guests
Dr. Peter Goadsby
Professor of NeurologyProfessor Peter Goadsby is Professor of Neurology, King’s College London, and Director, NIHR-Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility, King’s College Hospital, London.
Victoria Susan Pelak, M.D.
Professor of Neurology and OphthalmologyDr. Pelak sub-specializes in neuro-ophthalmology, which focuses on the diagnosis and management of patients with neurologic disorders that affect vision and eye movements.
Data Science ConsultantMatthew is a data science consultant, author, and international public speaker. In recent years, he has been working to raise awareness about visual snow. He’s presented on this topic at medical conferences, written articles in peer-reviewed journals, and created online videos providing information about visual snow.
Jim Fulton has been analyzing and describing the performance of the human eye for over 30 years primarily for the military and industrial vision markets. Mr. Fulton authored “Processes in Biological Vision” and has an academic background in a wide variety of disciplines found in the visual system.
Founder, Visual Snow ConferenceSierra is currently a student at University of Miami, majoring in Communications Studies. She has been the host of her own radio show and is writer/reporter, who has had her articles and photographs published in The Miami Herald. Sierra is an award-winning public speaker, photographer, and professional voice actor.
Mission Bay Conference Center
Who Should Attend
Medical Professionals & Those Affected By Visual Snow
About The Conference
Understanding Visual Snow Starts Here
Join us in San Francisco and let's start working together to build awareness, education, and support for those dealing with Visual Snow. We can bring this issue to the wider medical community and public. Then and only then can we move forward towards a cure.