2019 ascrs annual meeting

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Sponsored by the ASCRS Glaucoma Clinical Committee
Designed as a comprehensive overview from disease risk factors, to diagnostic studies, differential diagnostics, monitoring and classifying progression to treatment options. This symposium will provide key elements to the care of your glaucoma patients.
Session Moderators
Amy Zhang, MD
Dr. Amy Zhang is an ophthalmologist in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She received her medical degree from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Michael F. Oats, MD
Dr. Oats is a specialist in Refractive Surgery as well as Glaucoma and Cataract Diseases and Surgery. He has years of experience in refractive surgery using the latest technology, CustomVue VISX Laser. This state-of-the-art technology can help you achieve your personal best vision without contact lenses or glasses. In 2003, Dr. Oats was one of the nation’s first physicians to offer NearVision CK(Conductive Keratoplasty), a non-surgical procedure which decrease your dependency on reading glasses.
Thomas D. Patrianakos, DO
Dr. Patrianakos completed his residency in ophthalmology in 2006 at the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County. In 2007, he completed a glaucoma fellowship in Boston at the prestigious Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary-Harvard Medical school. Dr. Patrianakos serves as a teacher and assistant clinical professor in the department of ophthalmology at both the University of Chicago Hospital and the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County. 
Session Panelists
Reay H. Brown, MD
Dr. Brown remains a practicing board-certified ophthalmologist with more than 30 years of experience, specializing in glaucoma, glaucoma surgery, and cataract surgery. He served as the Director of the Glaucoma Service at Emory Eye Center for 11 years prior to entering private practice as a founding partner of Atlanta Ophthalmology Associates in 1999.
Nathan Radcliffe, MD
Nathan M. Radcliffe, M.D. is a highly-experienced glaucoma and cataract surgeon. He was the Director of the Glaucoma Services at NYU and Bellevue hospital and currently, is part of the advanced Microincisional Glaucoma Surgery Center at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. He is a microincisional glaucoma surgery (MIGS) innovator and instructor and has given lectures all over the United States.

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