The Cole Eye Institute Retina Summit discusses recent clinical study results and their application to clinical practice; active clinical investigations of potential new therapies; applications of new imaging techniques; advances in surgical instrumentation, and the optimal management of retinal diseases.
The Cole Eye Institute Imaging Summit is composed of didactic and case-based presentations along with interactive imaging sessions directed by well-established key opinion leaders in the field. Discussion sessions, some directed, will be incorporated into each section to address outstanding knowledge gaps and maximize learning.
Clinical Conversations in Retina (CCR) will be an interactive discussion about retinal diseases and surgical interventions. There will be case discussions as well as discussions about best practices.
Clinical Trials at the Summit brings together a diverse group of experts from from around the world to discuss ongoing clinical trials and the latest data, all with the goal of achieving advances in vitreoretinal care. This conference program will explore the partnerships and strategies required to design and execute effective clinical trials.
Duke Glaucoma Fellows Course & Wet Lab. A one-day course will provide glaucoma fellows with a comprehensive overview of current practices and controversies in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma and experience in the latest surgical techniques.
Retina Innovation Summit showcases the journey and insights of leaders in retinal innovation, with the goal of equipping retina specialists to work collaboratively to solve unmet needs for our patients. Sponsored by Stanford Byers Eye Institute.
The Ocular Imaging 360 webcast series is aimed at retina specialists around the world on the ever-evolving field of retinal imaging. Each webcast is designed to provide an in-depth dynamic case-based presentation of common and rare disease states, interpreted through multi-modal retinal imaging.
Ophthalmic Artificial Intelligence Summit will take place virtually. Over the past several years, AI has become a hot topic and is actively being used in innovative research and clinical applications. Rather than address what this technology could do for the future of medicine, this summit aims to focus specifically on how AI can impact the practice of ophthalmology today.
The World Webinar on Cataract and Refractive Surgery (WWCRS) will take place virtually. The webcast creates an educational environment where world experts in the field of cataract and refractive surgery can present clinical data and
practical information to all physicians in the world of ophthalmology.
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