Dr. Yale Fisher is speaking this week at the 30th meeting of the Club Jules Gonin in Bordeaux, France. Dr. Fisher is speaking on ophthalmic ultrasonography, including different ways of imaging asteroid hyalosis, vitreous hemorrhage, retinal detachment, complications due to diabetic retinopathy, and visualization of the retina through dense cataracts.
Dr. Richard Spaide lectured at the Yale Ophthalmology Spring Symposium/Alumni Day 2016. He spoke on Vascular Abnormalization with Periodic Antiangiogenic Therapy in Age-Related Macular Degeneration.
Over the 45 year history of the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at Yale, scientific discovery and treatment options for the range of ocular diseases have evolved into a massive body of knowledge. The faculty presenters at this symposium are contemporary experts in focused ophthalmic disciplines including cornea and external disease, glaucoma and retina, and will describe vision-saving medical and surgical therapies now considered the gold standard. This year’s symposium explored updates in pediatric ophthalmology and adult retinal disorders, in addition to comprehensive offerings in glaucoma, cornea, and visual science.
For more information about this symposium, click here.