Nearly 40 Harvard Ophthalmology faculty and trainees from our affiliates—including Beetham Eye Institute at Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston Children's Hospital, Mass. Eye and Ear, and VA Boston Healthcare System—participated in the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting October 11-15 in San Francisco.... Read more about Highlights from the 2019 AAO Annual Meeting
On November 2, the 20th Annual Boston Angiogenesis Meeting (BAM) event attracted more than 100 faculty members and trainees from several Boston-area institutions to present, discuss, and network around their common interests in angiogenesis.... Read more about 20th Annual Boston Angiogenesis Meeting
Attendance for the 3rd Biennial International Symposium on Ocular Regeneration and the 5th Biennial International Symposium on AMD continues to climb each year, reflecting the high caliber of these meetings and the value they bring to their respective fields. Both events sparked great discussions and drew rave reviews from attendees, participants, and sponsors alike.... Read more about Symposia Facilitate Dialogue on Innovative Research
Building diverse teams and collaborating across disciplines were overarching themes at the 2017 Harvard Ophthalmology Annual Meeting and Alumni Reunion, held June 23-24. More than 350 alumni, faculty, and trainees gathered in Boston for continuing medical education, alumni presentations, achievement awards, and intergenerational networking.
Harvard Ophthalmology was well represented at this year’s Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Imaging in the Eye Conference and Annual Meeting. More than 230 faculty and trainees participated as course instructors, panelists, and lecturers on May 6-11....
Over 120 clinicians, scientists, and trainees attended the 2016 Biennial Glaucoma and Neuro-ophthalmology Fall Festivals, held September 23-25 in Boston. Co-directed by Louis Pasquale, MD,Joseph Rizzo III, MD, andAngela Turalba, MD, these clinical conferences featured surgical and clinical case presentations, topical lectures, interactive panel discussions, and videos. This event was divided...
The second Biennial International Symposium on Ocular Regeneration brought together leaders in the fields of ophthalmology, genetics, stem cell biology, neuroregeneration, and neuroremodeling who aim to accelerate cures for blinding diseases. The event, held October 20, 2016 in Boston, MA, drew nearly 200 researchers, clinicians, trainees, and industry representatives from around the world.
At the fourth Biennial International Symposium on AMD, held October 21-22, 2016 in Boston, more than 200 clinicians, researchers, trainees, and industry representatives discussed current AMD topics and the challenges that lay ahead. One of the central themes of this year’s symposium was the need for a more precise stratification of the disease.