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Advances in Ophthalmology Virtual Event

Ever wondered about future developments in ophthalmology? All will be revealed at a one day virtual event, hosted by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmology (RANZCO) on Saturday 10 September. Open to all, Advances in Ophthalmology will uncover what the next five years of ophthalmic developments will mean for the members of the eye care team, and the patients and communities they serve.

Learn how future developments will inform clinical practice in the spaces of technology, artificial intelligence and gene therapy. Gain understanding of stem cell Rx, antimicrobial stewardship and the promise of the bioengineered cornea.

Learn how future developments will inform clinical practice in the spaces of technology, artificial intelligence and gene therapy

The Program

Advances in Ophthalmology will be convened by Prof Peter McCluskey and A/Prof Clare Fraser.

Speakers include:

Professor David Mackey who will explore whether self-driving cars will ever be suitable for the vision impaired, and Professor Gerard Sutton who will question whether a bioengineered cornea would work. Concluding the program will be a debate on Artificial Intelligence and what it means for ophthalmologists, patients and the community.

This event will be hosted on an interactive event platform to ensure plenty of two-way engagement, Q&A and live polling.

Find out more here.