The Eyes Have It: Maintaining Vision in Health and Disease

Virtual Format (Online)
Wednesday evenings, May 12 – June 16
7:00 – 8:30 pm PT, Live Streamed

Course Chairsvirtual course logo

Saras Ramanathan, MD
Professor of Ophthalmology
Medical Director, Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Vice Chair of Resident Education
Department of Ophthalmology
UCSF School of Medicine

Neeti Parikh, MD
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
Academic Director, Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Vice Chair of Medical Student Education
Department of Ophthalmology
UCSF School of Medicine

Course Description

Learn about the latest discoveries and practice implications for eye health and disease. Taught by visionary, nationally recognized faculty from UCSF’s Department of Ophthalmology, this course will focus on a wide range of areas in the field of vision care and research, including dry eye disease, glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetes, and pediatric eye conditions. So, if you have a desire to learn about all things eye-related from one of the most active vision science programs in the country, come see what they have to say!

Lecture Schedule

May 12:  I Can See Clearly Now:  Introduction to Ocular Disease and Cataract Surgery
Neeti Parikh, MD and Saras Ramanathan, MD

May 19:  Hiding in Plain Sight: Understanding Retinal Diseases
Melissa Neuwelt, MD

May 26:  In the Eye of the Beholder:  Aesthetic Eyelid Surgery, Botox, and Fillers
Bryan Winn, MD

June 2: Bringing Clarity to the Cornea: Dry Eye Disease and Surgeries of the Cornea
Gerami Seitzman, MD and Julie Schallhorn, MD, MS

June 9:  Under Pressure: Understanding Glaucoma Diagnosis, Treatment, and Research on the Horizon
Yvonne Ou, MD, Cathy Sun, MD, Sriranjani Padmanabhan, MD

June 16:  Lazy Eyes and Not So Lazy Eyes: Amblyopia, Strabismus, and Common Pediatric Eye Conditions
Maanasa Indaram, MD