Continuing Education Conference in Ophthalmology
We look forward to hosting the 2024 Annual Casey Eye Symposium at OHSU! Please join us for this continuing medical education meeting bringing together experts in all ophthalmic sub-specialties to share and discuss best practices and innovations in the field.
Date: Friday, May 31, 2024
Time: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. with reception to follow
Location: OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building, Portland, OR
Ophthalmologists, optometrists, residents, fellows and eye care providers.
Date: Friday, May 31, 2024
Time: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: Knight Cancer Research Building, South Waterfront
A reception will follow the program from 4 - 5 p.m. We hope your schedule allows you to join us.
- Describe key innovations in ophthalmology with greatest potential impact in clinical practice in the near future.
- Understand the process of translating ophthalmic research into clinical practice.
Program planning committee
- Hemakshi Adke - Nothing to Disclose
- Aiyin Chen, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Julie Falardeau, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Seema Gupta, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Thomas Hwang, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Brooke Harkness, O.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Susan Minnieweather - Nothing to Disclose
- Afshan Nanji, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Amanda Redfern, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Leah Reznick, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Lorri Wilson, M.D. - Nothing to Disclose
- Daniel Tu, M.D., Ph.D. - Nothing to Disclose
COVID-19 vaccination policy at OHSU events
OHSU firmly believes that vaccination is one of our most important tools to help keep our community well and protected against COVID-19 so we require guests of our events to either be fully vaccinated or receive a negative PCR test within 48 hours of the event.
By registering or attending this event, you agree to be in compliance of this policy. Mask-wearing is not mandatory at this event location, although we recognize some people may feel more comfortable wearing one. While there are many people who may feel ready to take off their mask, there are also many with underlying conditions or a personal preference to continue protecting themselves with masks. Thank you for respecting your colleagues’ personal preferences.
Whether or not you test positive for COVID-19, we urge you to stay home if you have a cough, runny nose (unlike your usual seasonal allergies), headache, fatigue or any other symptom.
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