SYM-206: Global Efforts in Addressing Avoidable Blindness and Models of Care/Training | ASCRS
2019 ascrs annual meeting

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session moderators
Alan S. Crandall, MD
Alan S. Crandall focuses on the medical and surgical management of glaucoma and cataracts, as well as complicated anterior segment surgery. Dr. Crandall has experience with trabeculoplasty and laser cyclophotocoagulation. He is involved in numerous clinical research studies at the Moran Eye Center, and joined The Eye Institute of Utah in August of 1997 as a specialist in cataracts and glaucoma.
David Hunter Cherwek, MD
Dr. Cherwek is a global ophthalmologist with a specific career interest on how training and technologies can be used to eliminate avoidable blindness in low resource communities around the world. Dr. Cherwek received his his medical degree from Duke University. After his transitional year at Scripps Hospital, he completed his residency in ophthalmology at Emory University.

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