Translational Advances in Ophthalmology

Start Date & Time: 
Monday, 20 January, 2014 - 08:00
End Date & Time: 
Monday, 20 January, 2014 - 17:00
Venue: 

The Academia
Academia Auditorium

About the Symposium

This joint symposium is focused on enhancing collaboration between both clinicians and scientists from Duke Medicine, Duke-NUS, SERI and SNEC and other translational reserachers from Singapore to share knowledge and research ideas in ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.

Highlights

Key note address by Prof. David Epstein, Joseph A.C. Wadsworth Clinical Professor and Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology, Duke Eye Center.

CORNEA

Corneal Imaging, Reestoration, and Analysis of Ophthalmic Images

EYE RESIDENCY/EDUCATION

The Duke Ophthalmology Residency Program: Medical, Surgical, and Intellectual Training

GLAUCOMA

Exfoliation Glaucoma: Prime Target for Gene Therapy?

OCULAR GENETICS

Eye Disease Gene Discovery Using Deep Sequencing Technologies

OCULOPLASTICS

New Therapies for Treatment fo Benign Essential Blepharospasm

OCULAR IMAGING

Smart Imaging, Restoration, and Analysis of Ophthalmic Imagies

OCULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY

Updates in Retinopathy of prematurity screening

RETINA

Proteasome Overload is a Common Stress Factor in Inherited Retinal Degenerations/ A novel microscope - integrated optical coherence tomography (MIOCT) device for real-time imaging of vitreoretina surgical manipulations

              

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Synopsis: 

For more information, please email : goh.beng.wah@snec.com.sg