Neurotrophic Keratitis and Managing Ocular Manifestations of COVID-19 | ASCRS
Neurotrophic Keratitis and Managing Ocular Manifestations of COVID-19
March 2020
Moderator: Marjan Farid, MD
Panelists & Facilitator: Kenneth Beckman, MD, Karolinne Rocha, MD, Francis Mah, MD

This webinar will use an interactive case-based approach to present various clinical presentations of Neurotrophic Keratitis, review risk factors for Neurotrophic Keratitis, and discuss how to diagnose and review updated management protocols.

Manifestations of COVID-19 in the ophthalmic practice, the latest guidelines for ophthalmologists, and treatment drugs under investigation will also be discussed.

Sponsored by the Cornea Clinical Committee, please join moderator Marjan Farid, MD, panelists Kenneth Beckman, MD, and Karolinne Rocha, MD, as well as facilitator, Francis Mah, MD, for a lively presentation and discussion.
Webinar Faculty
Kenneth A. Beckman, MD
Dr. Beckman has practiced in the Columbus area for 16 years. He is a cornea specialist and practices general ophthalmology. His surgical interests include corneal transplants including the new DSEK procedure, small-incision cataract surgery, pterygium surgery, and glaucoma lasers. Dr. Beckman also has a special interest in the treatment of dry eyes.
Marjan Farid, MD
Marjan Farid, MD, is Director of the Cornea, Cataract, and Refractive Surgery and Vice-Chair of Ophthalmic Faculty at the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute (GHEI) at UC-Irvine, California, US. Dr Farid’s clinical practice is divided between patient care, teaching, and research. She enjoys teaching ophthalmology to medical students, ophthalmology residents, and cornea Fellows.
Francis S. Mah, MD
Francis Mah, MD, is a practicing ophthalmologist in La Jolla, CA, specializing in advanced corneal, cataract and refractive surgery. Dr. Mah has special clinical interests in corneal diseases and infections, corneal transplant surgery (DSAEK, PKP, DALK), advanced small incision laser cataract surgery, premium intraocular lenses, and refractive surgery, such as LASIK and PRK.
Karoline Rocha, MD, PhD
Karolinne Maia Rocha M.D, PhD is a diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology and a subspecialist in Cataract, Cornea & Refractive Surgery. Dr. Rocha joined the faculty of Medical University of South Carolina, Storm Eye Institute in Charleston, South Carolina in 2014 she is currently the director of the Cornea & Refractive surgery division.

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