SNOWMASS RETINA & EYE 2022 AGENDA

The meeting will be Thursday, March 17 to Monday, March 21.

Meeting hours 7:45 am to  9:00 am and 4:30 pm to 6:45 pm daily.

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

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

Course Hours: Daily 7:45 am - 9 am & 4:30 pm - 6:45 pm

Last year's Agenda below. 2022 Agenda coming soon.

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, 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 SCORE2 and LEAVO 


     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, 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  | Lee |     Diabetic Cases           


     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       | Shuren & Owens | 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