THURSDAY MARCH 17th

to MONDAY MARCH 21st

Retina will be Thursday, March 17 to Saturday, March 19

Cataract/Glaucoma/Other will be Sunday, March 20 and Monday, March 21.

 

Each year many people delay in making reservations and every year we run out of rooms.

Demand is very high for this time of year, and we urge you in the strongest possible terms to make

your reservations while we have rooms available and while you can lock in our discounted group rate. 

 
 

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Snowmass Retina & Eye 2022 Agenda

THURSDAY MARCH 17th - RETINA

Session Moderator: IP

     7:45-7:50AM     | Frenkel | Course Introduction

     7:50-8:05          | Leng | Genetics of AMD                                                            

     8:05-8:15           Discussion

     8:15-8:45            | Spaide | the AMD Spectrum

     8:45-9:00           Discussion     

MID-DAY BREAK 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Session Moderator: Spaide

     4:30-5:00     | Sarraf | Edward Norton Lecture: Nonneovascular AMD with Fluid:                                                                       Mechanisms of Fluid Accumulation in "Dry" AMD               

                                                                        

     5:00-5:15       Discussion

     5:15-5:30       | Spaide | Biomarkers in AMD 

  

     5:30-5:40     Discussion

     5:40-6:45      |  Ferrara, Frenkel, Ip, Jampol, Lee, Ryan, Sarraf, Spaide, Stewart & Audience                                                                 Participation | Panel Discussion: AMD and Choroidal Vascular Disease Cases                                                     - Diagnosis and Management.                                                                            

                               Panel Moderators: Spaide, Frenkel

          

          

WELCOME COCKTAIL PARTY  6:45 PM - 7:30 PM

FRIDAY, MARCH 18th - RETINA

Session Moderator: Jampol

     7:45-8:00AM | Frenkel | Systemic PK and VEGF levels in Wet AMD  

 

     8:00-8:10    Discussion
     

     8:10-8:25    | Stewart | Very Frequent Treatment of Chorioretinal Vascular Diseases: Does this work? 


     8:25-8:45    | Spaide |  Anti-VEGF Dosing 
 

     8:45-9:00  Discussion of prior two lectures

MID-DAY BREAK 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM

Session Moderator: Sarraf

     4:30-5:00PM | Ip | Donald Gass Lecture: CRVO: Top Lessons learned from the SCORE2 Study 


     5:00-5:15     Discussion


     5:15-5:30      | Sarraf | A New Biomarker of Ischemia in CRVO and Understanding the Arrangement of                                                 the Retinal Capillary Plexus     


     5:30-5:40    Discussion


     5:40-6:30    |  Ferrara, Ip, Jampol, Lee, Ryan, Sarraf, Spaide, Stewart & Audience Participation | 

                            Panel Discussion: RVO Disease Cases - Diagnosis and Management                                                                    Panel Moderator: Ip


     6:30-6:50    | Jampol and Ip | Classification of Diabetic Retinopathy for clinicians and clinical trials


     6:50-7:00    Discussion

 

 

                                      SATURDAY, MARCH 19th - RETINA

     

Session Moderator: Ip 

 

     7:45-8:05AM | Jampol | What's new from the DRCR Retina Network  DME                                                                                                                          
     8:05-8:15    Discussion


     8:15-8:30    | Jampol | What's new from the DRCR Retina Network  PDR


     8:30-8:40    Discussion


     8:40-8:55    | Sarraf |  Pentosan Maculopathy: Incidence, Screening Guidelines and Spectrum of                                                            Findings                           
     8:55-9:00    Discussion

            

 MID-DAY BREAK 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM

    Session Moderator: Ferrara

     4:30-4:45PM  | Ryan|    Retinal Detachment           


     4:45-4:55       | Stewart | Iodine and Ophthalmology: How to handle patients with “allergies”


     4:55-5:05       Discussion


     5:05-5:20      | Ferrara | Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Research on Retinal Diseases


     5:20-5:30      Discussion


     5:30-5:45      | Spaide | Imaging the Choriocapillaris with OCT Angiography 


     5:45-5:55       Discussion


     5:55-6:10       | Lee | AMD Masquerade Cases


     6:10-6:35       | Ryan | Private Equity in Ophthalmology and Retina


     6:35-6:50      Discussion

           

COCKTAIL PARTY #2  6:50PM - 7:30 PM

SUNDAY, MARCH 20th -  GLAUCOMA/MIGS

Session Moderator: Cantor

     7:45-8:05AM   | Katowitz and Kay | Thyroid Orbitopathy Update                                                                                                      
     8:05-8:15    Discussion


     8:15- 8:45    | Vold | David Epstein Lecture: Paradigm Changes in the Management of Glaucoma


     8:45-9:00    Discussion            

MID-DAY BREAK 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM

Session Moderator: Stamper

     4:30-4:50    | Vold | MIGS Where Are We Now? (3D lecture) 


     4:50-5:00    Discussion


     5:00-5:20    | Cantor | Patient selection for MIGS, LIGS, and other glaucoma procedures


     5:20- 5:30    Discussion


     5:30-5:45    | Cantor | OCT interpretation in Glaucoma


     5:45-5:55    Discussion


     5:55-6:05    | Stamper | New Information on Laser trabeculoplasty and laser iridotomy 


     6:05-6:10    Discussion


     6:10-7:00    MIGS Wet Lab: Cantor, Frenkel, Stamper,Vold Hydrus, I Stent Inject, Kahook Dual Blade,                                  Omni, Xen

 

     MONDAY, MARCH 21st-CATARACT/REFRACTIVE  SYMPOSIUM

     Session Moderator: Frenkel 

 

     7:45-8:10AM | O'Brien| Charles Kelman Lecture: Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Cataract Surgery:                                                             Mission Impossible?                                                                                       
     8:10-8:20    Discussion


     8:20-8:35    | O'Brien |  Ocular Surface and Cataracts: Implications and Preparations 


     8:35-8:50    | O'Brien | Tuning in to the Premium Lens Channel – how to customize your cataract                                                         surgery and choose the right lens for the right patient  


     8:50-9:05    Discussion of previous two lectures

 MID-DAY BREAK 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM

    Session Moderator: Vold

     4:30-5:00PM | Donaldson | Sir Harold Ridley Lecture: The future of cataract surgery

                                                         – ten hot topics and innovations                                                                              
     5:00-5:10     Discussion


     5:10-5:25      | Donaldson |  Complicated astigmatism cases 


     5:25-5:35      | O'Brien  | Prevention of Cystoid Macular Edema 


     5:35-5:45      Discussion of previous two lectures


     5:45-6:00    | Donaldson | Intraoperative aberrometry for complex cases  


     6:00-6:10    |O'Brien | Advanced surface ablation as a tool for Improving Patient Satisfaction after                                                       Cataract Surgery


     6:10-6:25     Discussion of previous two lectures


     6:25-6:40    | Donaldson | Femto cataract surgery for complicated cases 


     6:40-6:55    | Donaldson | Femto Bloopers – what can go wrong and how to handle it 


     6:55-7:05     Discussion of previous two lectures

                                                                   END OF MEETING

** Program Subject To Change**

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