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For Specialists And Comprehensive Ophthalmologists

SNOWMASS RETINA & EYE

March 16 - 20, 2020
 

COURSE DIRECTORS

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

RONALD FRENKEL, MD
RICHARD SPAIDE, MD
MICHAEL STEWART, MD
MICHAEL IP, MD
DAVID SARRAF, MD
LEE JAMPOL, MD
KENDALL E. DONALDSON, MD
TERRENCE O'BRIEN, MD
LOUIS B. CANTOR, MD
ROBERT STAMPER, MD
STEVEN D. VOLD, MD
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Snowmass Retina & Eye 2020 Agenda

Retina Subspecialty Symposium

CRVO: Top Lessons Learned from SCORE2 and LEAVO, Donald Gass Lecture by Michael Ip, MD 

Nonneovascular AMD with Fluid: Mechanisms of Fluid Accumulation in "Dry" AMD, Edward Norton Lecture by David Sarraf, MD

The AMD Spectrum—Spaide (this was the Doyne Medal lecture at Oxford this summer)

Retinal Vascular Disease Panel

AMD Panel

 

Spaide

             Imaging the Choriocapillaris with OCT Angiography

             Choroidal Imaging in Uveitis
             MacTel2
             Short talks: Biomarkers in AMD,  Anti-VEGF Dosing

Ip

             Utility of Ultra Widefield Imaging 

             Treatment of NPDR: Is it Time Yet?

             Diabetic Retinopathy Severity Staging - Is It Time To Develop A New                                                           Classification Scheme?

 

Jampol

             What's new from the DRCR Retina Network- DME

             What's new from the DRCR Retina Network--PDR

             Classification of Diabetic Retinopathy for Clinicians and Clinical Trials

 

Sarraf

              Pentosan Maculopathy: Incidence, Screening Guidelines and Spectrum of Findings

              Pathoanatomical Considerations of the Muller Cell Cone: Insights with Cross Sectional and                    En Face OCT

              A New Biomarker of Ischemia In CRVO and Understanding the Arrangement of                                        the Retinal Capillary Plexus

 

Stewart

              Iodine and Ophthalmology: How to Handle Patients with “Allergies”

             Oral Therapy for Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Is This                                                 Possible?

             Very Frequent Treatment of Chorioretinal Vascular Diseases: Does This work?

 

Leng 

             The Genetics of AMD

Frenkel

             Anti-VEGF Drug Serum Levels & VEGF Levels

Ferrara

             Artificial Intelligence In Clinical Research On Retinal Diseases.

 

Ryan

            TBD  

Owens and Shuren

             Private Equity in Retina & Ophthalmology

Cataract Refractive Subspecialty Symposium

Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Cataract Surgery: Mission Impossible?    Charles Kelman Lecture by Terrence O’Brien, MD

 

Optimizing Outcomes In Cataract Surgery: Co-morbidities, Challenges & Controversies.   Sir Harold Ridley lecture by Kendall Donaldson, MD 

 

 

O’Brien, Donaldson

 

Detecting Ocular Surface Diseases and Optimization Prior To Cataract Surgery for Optimal Outcomes

 

Femto-Fever: Fleeting Delirium or Permanent Paradigm Shift in Cataract Surgery?

Femto Pearls and Pitfalls

Complex Astigmatism Cases & Their Management

 

Preventing Multifocal IOL problems
   
Managing the Dissatisfied Premium Patient

Preventing CME

Legal Aspects of Premium Cataract Surgery Co-Management—Owens & Shuren

 

Glaucoma/MIGS Subspecialty Symposium & Wet Lab - Cantor, Frenkel, Stamper, Vold

Paradigm Changes in the Management of Glaucoma—David Epstein Lecture by Steven Vold, MD

MIGS: Where Are We Now? Vold

Patient Selection for MIGS, LIGS, & Other Glaucoma Procedures—Cantor

New Medications In Glaucoma – A Real World Experience-- Stamper

Anti-VEGF Drugs & IOP—Frenkel

New Information on Laser Trabeculoplasty & Laser Iridotomy (15 min)—Stamper

OCT Interpretation in Glaucoma—Cantor

Challenging Conventional Thinking on Refractive Corneal and Lens Based Surgery in the Glaucoma Patient—Vold

MIGS Wetlab

** Program Subject To Change**

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