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6/9/2017 12:00am 2017 Iowa Eye Annual Meeting and Alumni Reunion

The goal of this CME activity is to educate ophthalmologists on new diagnoses and treatments of eye disease and, specifically, how to incorporate meeting information into their clinical practices. It includes descriptions and updates on new vision research that have clinical implications. Featured presentations will include topics on cataract/comprehensive, anterior segment, glaucoma, and other areas of interest.

The Iowa Eye Annual Meeting offers continuing education credits and is provided by the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine.

Iowa Eye 2017 Program 

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

7:45 am Registration (Braley Auditorium, 01136 Pomerantz Family Pavilion) Continental Breakfast (Room 11173 Pomerantz Family Pavilion)

8:30 am Welcome Remarks, Richard J. Olson, MD

8:35 am P.J. Leinfelder Award Presentations, Michael D. Wagoner, MD, PhD

8:55 am Introduction of Braley Lecture, Elliott H. Sohn, MD

9:00 am Alson E. Braley Lecture: “Advanced Implants for Ophthalmology”, Mark S. Humayun, MD, PhD

9:45 am “An Algorithm for the Workup of Infantile / Congenital Nystagmus”, Arlene V. Drack, MD

10:00 am Break (Room 11173 PFP)

10:30 am “Progress in Curing Inherited Retinal Diseases”, Elliott H. Sohn, MD

10:55 am Introduction to Wolken Ethics Lecture, Keith D. Carter, MD

11:00 am Wolken Ethics Lecture: “Ethics and Leadership in Ophthalmology”, Ronald W. Pelton, MD, PhD, FACS

11:45 am Iowa Academy of Ophthalmology Update: Scope of Practice 2017 & Beyond, Jeffrianne S. Young, MD

11:50 am State of the Department, Keith D. Carter, MD

12:05 pm Lunch (Melrose Dining Rooms)

1:05 pm “Tablet-based Visual Field Screening: There Really is an App for that”, Chris A. Johnson, MSc, PhD, DSc

1:25 pm Introduction of Wolfe Foundation Lecture, A. Tim Johnson, MD, PhD

1:30 pm Wolfe Foundation Lecture: “Diagnosis and Management of Malpositioned IOLs”, John C. Hart, Jr., MD, FACS

2:15 pm “Man’s Best Friend? A Survey of Data Concerning Dog Bite Risk and Prevention”, Ronald W. Pelton, MD, PhD, FACS

2:30 pm “Intracameral Agents in Anterior Segment Surgery”, Michael D. Griess, MD

2:45 pm “Pearls for Patients from the Carotenoids in Age Related Eye Disease Study (CAREDS)”, Karen M. Gehrs, MD    

3:00 pm Break (Room 11173 PFP)

3:30 pm “Going with the Flow“, Randy H. Kardon, MD, PhD

3:55 pm “MIGS: Past, Present, and Future”, Patrick J. Riedel, MD

4:10 pm “#nailedit: Managing Ocular Nail Gun Injuries”, James G. Howard, MD

4:25 pm “From Fresh-and-New to Tried-and-True: Using both Digital and Traditional in Professional Advocacy”, Steven M. Christiansen, MD

4:40 pm Adjourn

5:00 pm UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital Tours (Tentative)

SATURDAY, JUNE 10

8:30 am Continental Breakfast / Coffee Service (Room 11173 Pomerantz Family Pavilion)

9:00 am Concurrent Workshops and Case Presentations Cataract, Glaucoma, and Anterior Segment (Braley Auditorium)

Moderators: A. Tim Johnson, MD, PhD and Daniel I. Bettis, MD Retina and Neuro-ophthalmology (Blodi Conference Rooms 1 and 2) Moderators: Elliott H. Sohn, MD and Matthew J. Thurtell, MBBS, MSc

10:00 am Break

10:30 am Concurrent Workshops and Case Presentations

11:30 am Adjourn

SOCIAL PROGRAM AND ACTIVITIES

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

7:00 pm Alumni Reception, Vesta Restaurant, Coralville (Iowa River Landing)

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

6:30 pm Iowa Eye Reception, Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Coralville

7:30 pm Iowa Eye Banquet, Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Coralville Richard J.Olson, MD – Master of Ceremonies F. Hunter Fuerste, MD – President of Iowa Eye Association

SATURDAY, JUNE 10

1:30 pm Golf (scramble format), Finkbine Golf Course, Iowa City

For additional information, contact Joe Schmidt at joe-schmidt@uiowa.edu or 319-384-8529.

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events.  If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order participate in the program, please contact Denise Rettig, administrator, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, at 319-356-2866 to discuss your needs.

Location: Braley Auditorium (01136 PFP) Pomerantz Family Pavilion

6/10/2017 12:00am 2017 Iowa Eye Annual Meeting and Alumni Reunion

The goal of this CME activity is to educate ophthalmologists on new diagnoses and treatments of eye disease and, specifically, how to incorporate meeting information into their clinical practices. It includes descriptions and updates on new vision research that have clinical implications. Featured presentations will include topics on cataract/comprehensive, anterior segment, glaucoma, and other areas of interest.

The Iowa Eye Annual Meeting offers continuing education credits and is provided by the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine.

Iowa Eye 2017 Program 

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

7:45 am Registration (Braley Auditorium, 01136 Pomerantz Family Pavilion) Continental Breakfast (Room 11173 Pomerantz Family Pavilion)

8:30 am Welcome Remarks, Richard J. Olson, MD

8:35 am P.J. Leinfelder Award Presentations, Michael D. Wagoner, MD, PhD

8:55 am Introduction of Braley Lecture, Elliott H. Sohn, MD

9:00 am Alson E. Braley Lecture: “Advanced Implants for Ophthalmology”, Mark S. Humayun, MD, PhD

9:45 am “An Algorithm for the Workup of Infantile / Congenital Nystagmus”, Arlene V. Drack, MD

10:00 am Break (Room 11173 PFP)

10:30 am “Progress in Curing Inherited Retinal Diseases”, Elliott H. Sohn, MD

10:55 am Introduction to Wolken Ethics Lecture, Keith D. Carter, MD

11:00 am Wolken Ethics Lecture: “Ethics and Leadership in Ophthalmology”, Ronald W. Pelton, MD, PhD, FACS

11:45 am Iowa Academy of Ophthalmology Update: Scope of Practice 2017 & Beyond, Jeffrianne S. Young, MD

11:50 am State of the Department, Keith D. Carter, MD

12:05 pm Lunch (Melrose Dining Rooms)

1:05 pm “Tablet-based Visual Field Screening: There Really is an App for that”, Chris A. Johnson, MSc, PhD, DSc

1:25 pm Introduction of Wolfe Foundation Lecture, A. Tim Johnson, MD, PhD

1:30 pm Wolfe Foundation Lecture: “Diagnosis and Management of Malpositioned IOLs”, John C. Hart, Jr., MD, FACS

2:15 pm “Man’s Best Friend? A Survey of Data Concerning Dog Bite Risk and Prevention”, Ronald W. Pelton, MD, PhD, FACS

2:30 pm “Intracameral Agents in Anterior Segment Surgery”, Michael D. Griess, MD

2:45 pm “Pearls for Patients from the Carotenoids in Age Related Eye Disease Study (CAREDS)”, Karen M. Gehrs, MD    

3:00 pm Break (Room 11173 PFP)

3:30 pm “Going with the Flow“, Randy H. Kardon, MD, PhD

3:55 pm “MIGS: Past, Present, and Future”, Patrick J. Riedel, MD

4:10 pm “#nailedit: Managing Ocular Nail Gun Injuries”, James G. Howard, MD

4:25 pm “From Fresh-and-New to Tried-and-True: Using both Digital and Traditional in Professional Advocacy”, Steven M. Christiansen, MD

4:40 pm Adjourn

5:00 pm UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital Tours (Tentative)

SATURDAY, JUNE 10

8:30 am Continental Breakfast / Coffee Service (Room 11173 Pomerantz Family Pavilion)

9:00 am Concurrent Workshops and Case Presentations Cataract, Glaucoma, and Anterior Segment (Braley Auditorium)

Moderators: A. Tim Johnson, MD, PhD and Daniel I. Bettis, MD Retina and Neuro-ophthalmology (Blodi Conference Rooms 1 and 2) Moderators: Elliott H. Sohn, MD and Matthew J. Thurtell, MBBS, MSc

10:00 am Break

10:30 am Concurrent Workshops and Case Presentations

11:30 am Adjourn

SOCIAL PROGRAM AND ACTIVITIES

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

7:00 pm Alumni Reception, Vesta Restaurant, Coralville (Iowa River Landing)

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

6:30 pm Iowa Eye Reception, Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Coralville

7:30 pm Iowa Eye Banquet, Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Coralville Richard J.Olson, MD – Master of Ceremonies F. Hunter Fuerste, MD – President of Iowa Eye Association

SATURDAY, JUNE 10

1:30 pm Golf (scramble format), Finkbine Golf Course, Iowa City

For additional information, contact Joe Schmidt at joe-schmidt@uiowa.edu or 319-384-8529.

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events.  If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order participate in the program, please contact Denise Rettig, administrator, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, at 319-356-2866 to discuss your needs.

Location: Braley Auditorium (01136 PFP) Pomerantz Family Pavilion

6/29/2017 5:00pm Ophthalmology Resident and Fellow Graduation

SAVE THE DATE - THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2017

Location: Kinnick Stadium, Press Box, Iowa City, Kinnick Stadium, Press Box, Iowa City,