Cole Eye Institute ARVO 2018 Booth Schedule

Visit, listen and learn throughout the conference: booth #1103

From retinopathy of prematurity to AMD to “fishing rods and cones.” Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute researchers and ophthalmologists continue to push the envelope in ophthalmology science, and they are looking forward to sharing some of their fascinating research efforts with you at the 2018 Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) annual meeting in Honolulu (April 29-May 3).

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Please join the team at Cole Eye Institute’s booth (#1103) in the Exhibit Hall for these stimulating discussions and talks.

Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute Booth Schedule

SUNDAY, APRIL 29

10-11 a.m., George Hoppe, PhD

11 a.m.-12 p.m., Onkar Sawant, PhD

  • Cole Eye Institute vision science training program

12-1 p.m., Stephanie Hagstrom, PhD

  • Gene polymorphisms and response to anti-VEGF therapy in AMD

MONDAY, APRIL 30

10-11 a.m., Fatema Ghasia, MD

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  • Eye movements recordings:  A diagnostic and prognostic tool for pediatric eye disorders

12-1 p.m., Charandeep Singh, PhD

  • Metabolomics in retina and eye research

1-2 p.m., Neal Peachey, PhD

  • In vivo electrophysiology of the rodent RPE

TUESDAY, MAY 1

11 a.m.-12 p.m., Vera Bonilha, PhD

  • Oxidative stress and AMD

1-2 p.m., Arun D. Singh, MD

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2

11 a.m.-12 p.m., William J. Dupps Jr., MD, PhD

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  • Translational corneal biomechanics: Modeling, measurement and moving to the clinic

12-1 p.m., Sujata Rao, PhD

1-2 p.m., Brian Perkins, PhD 

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