I express my gratitude to Professor Marko Hawlina and European Society of Ophthalmology for awarding me the Educational Grant for Ophthalmologists-in-training and the opportunity to do an observership in a marvelous Clinica Oculistica of Genova! My professional interest is glaucoma and retina. During my observership I examined patients with glaucoma, vitreoretinal, corneal diseases and others.
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The 35th Singapore-Malaysia Joint Meeting in Ophthalmology in conjunction with the 1st Asia-Pacific Ocular Imaging Society Meeting, to be held in Singapore from 17 – 19 January 2020 at The Academia. This meeting is jointly hosted by the Singapore Society of Ophthalmology and The Asia-Pacific Ocular Imaging Society (APOIS), a newly formed associate member society
I spent most of my observership in Medical retina department, however I also had an opportunity to observe the work that was conducted in Vitreoretinal department. I also was able to witness some surgical techniques that was applied as a treatment of choice for anterior segment diseases. Below is brief description of my experience. To
Wagih Aclimandos, the new SOE President, explains the roles of the SOE / EBO / UEMS, and gives us a summary of the past, present and future of the SOE. Click here for more interviews and sessions from SOE 2019
I was awarded a 3 months SOE Fellowship Grant that I used to visit the University Hospital of Essen, Germany. It is the biggest hospital in the Ruhr, the largest urban area in Germany, receiving around 195,000 outpatients and admitting 53,000 inpatients every year. With its wide campus and numerous buildings it is like a