Macular Degeneration Center
Free seminar: Raise your eye-Q about macular degeneration
Please note that this event is full. A video recording of the presentations will be posted on this web page in early May 2018.
AMD: What is it and how do I know I have it?
Ambar Faridi, M.D.
Managing AMD: Today's treatments and tomorrow's possibilities
Kavita Bhavsar, M.D.
Illuminating facts about light exposure and your eyes
John Boyer, O.D.
Saturday, April 21, 2018
9:30 a.m. to Noon
Casey Eye Institute
3375 SW Terwilliger Blvd.
Free adjacent parking
Call 503-494-3537 for more information
Note: This event is full and we are no longer able to accept registrations. A video recording of the presentation will be posted on this web page in early May 2018.
2017 Macular Degeneration and Vision ExpoA huge thank you to all our speakers, exhibitors and volunteers who helped make the expo on October 28, 2017 a great success!
Watch and listen to video recordings of the morning presentations
Becky Andrews, L.C.M.H.C., F.T.
Brandon Lujan, M.D., OHSU Casey Eye Institute
Christina Flaxel, M.D., OHSU Casey Eye Institute
Choices, choices, choices: Today's options for improving vision performance
John Boyer, O.D., OHSU Casey Eye Institute
About the Macular Degeneration Center
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of new adult blindness in the United States.
An eye disease that mostly affects the elderly, macular degeneration has become a serious public health concern as our population grows older and lives longer.
The Macular Degeneration Center at OHSU Casey Eye Institute in Portland, Oregon is focused on finding the underlying causes of age-related macular degeneration and developing better methods of prevention and treatment.
Drawing patients from throughout the Pacific Northwest, the Macular Degeneration Center is made up of physicians, scientists and support staff and links cutting-edge research with clinical practice. Our full spectrum of care includes a wide range of vision rehabilitation, support services and community outreach programs.
Contact the Macular Degeneration Center
Call 503 494-3537 or Email the Program Coordinator for more information about our activities.
Call Retina services at 503 494-7891