Department Activity at 2022 American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting

Events // News // Sep 13 2022

Join the faculty of the University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the 2022 American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting in Chicago September 30- October 1 as we connect, share, and advance our mission to save sight. You can find us in booth #2058 at McCormick Place.

IN-BOOTH PRESENTATIONS – #2058

  • Saturday, October 1 @ 11:00 am – Dr. Jeremy Rogers presenting “Adaptive Optics Advances for Imaging Retinal Cells”
  • Sunday, October 2 @ 9:15 am – Dr. Kathleen R. Schildroth presenting “Prophylaxis of Endophthalmitis After Intravitreal Injections”
  • Sunday, October 2 @ 11:00 am – Dr. Jennifer Larson presenting “Belantamab Mafodotin – A Review of Ocular Toxicities”
  • Sunday, October 2 @ 11:15 am – Dr. Mihai Mititelu presenting “Clinical Trials at the DOVS”
  • Sunday, October 2 @ 12:45 pm – Dr. Jonathan Chang presenting “Management of Submacular Hemorrhage”
  • Monday, October 3 @ 9:15 am – Dr. Alexander Miranda presenting “A Very Hairy Situation”
  • Monday, October 3 @ 9:30 am – Dr. Amitha Domalpally presenting “Artificial Intelligence Based Prescreening for DR Trials”
  • Monday, October 3 @ 11:00 am – Dr. Terri Young presenting “Creating a Mentoring Team”

Below is the list of the University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences participation in the 2022 AAO conference program. Complete details, including times and locations, are on the PDF.

2022 FACULTY ACTIVITIES AT AAO – VIEW and DOWNLOAD PDF

  • Michael M. Altaweel, MD – Section V: Oncology (panelist); Diabetes 2022 Lab: Fluorescein Angiography Interpretation (instructor)
  • Nancy Barrett, MS – AI-Enabled Prescreening for DR Clinical Trials (poster co-author)
  • Barbara A. Blodi, MD – AI-Enabled Prescreening for DR Clinical Trials (poster co-author); Section IV: Medical Retina and Chorioretinal Vascular Disease – Ultrawide-Field Angiography in Retinal Vein Occlusion: SCORE2 Experience (presenter)
  • Yasmin S. Bradfield, MD – Section I: The Untouchables—Are Good Results Possible with Less Surgery? – Esotropia, Larger at Near: Bilateral Medial Rectus (presenter); Lean for Ophthalmology Practices and Clinic Space Design – Practice Management – Practice Quality Improvement (senior instructor); Exploring Pediatric Ophthalmology as a Subspeciality (presenter)
  • Cat M. Burkat, MD – Welcome and Introductions (co-chair); Corneal Neurotization Techniques (instructor); Section 1: Fine Tuning Aesthetics (moderator); Section II: New Instruments for Managing Malignancies (moderator); Section III: Bass-ics and Improvisation in Ptosis Surgery (moderator and presenter); Cosmetic OnabotulinumtoxinA and Facial Fillers (course director, instructor); Section VII: OMIC (co-chair); Neurotization for Neurotrophic Keratopathy: Background and Technique (instructor); Oculofacial Surgery: Anatomic Foundations, Surgical Techniques and Enhanced Results (course director, presenter); Basic Workshop in Flap Techniques for Oculoplastic Surgery (instructor)
  • Jonathan Chang, MD – Preventing and Managing Complications Following Vitreoretinal Surgery (instructor)
  • Roomasa Channa, MD – AAO Achievement Award (recipient); AI-Enabled Prescreening for DR Clinical Trials (poster co-author); Deciding on Fellowships During Residency (presenter)
  • Amitha Domalpally, MD, PhD – AI-Enabled Prescreening for DR Clinical Trials (poster co-author); PO340 Improvements in VA Following Multiwavelength Photobiomodulation in Dry AMD (LIGHTSITE III) (presenter); Reticular Pseudodrusen in AREDS1/2: The Third Macular Risk Feature for Progression to Late AMD (paper co-author)
  • Elaine Downie, MD – Oculofacial Surgery: Anatomic Foundations, Surgical Techniques
    and Enhanced Results (instructor)
  • Justin L. Gottlieb, MD – Diabetes 2022: Course on Diabetic Retinopathy (instructor); Diabetes 2022 Lab: Fluorescein Angiography Interpretation (instructor)
  • Gregg A. Heatley, MD, MMM – Change the Way You Think About Clinic Templates with Departure-Based Scheduling (senior instructor); Train Your Staff to Become Quality Improvement Champions (senior instructor)
  • Laura J. Kopplin, MD, PhD – Section II: Anterior Uveitis (panelist); Review of Principles and Pitfalls in the Treatment of Ocular Inflammatory Diseases (instructor)
  • Burton J. Kushner, MD – Exotropia: State of the Art 2022 (instructor); Difficult Strabismus Problems: Diagnosis and Management 2022 (instructor)
  • Jennifer C. Larson, MD – Welcome to the Real World of Ophthalmology: Reality 101 for Residents and Fellows (panelist)
  • Yao Liu, MD – Glaucoma Original Papers (panelist)
  • Mark J. Lucarelli, MD, FACS – Multifaceted Presentation of Orbital Trauma: A Video-Based Course with Complex Case Discussion (instructor); Boost Physician Efficiencies: Creating a Lean Culture with Technology (instructor); Oculofacial Surgery: Anatomic Foundations, Surgical Techniques and Enhanced Results (instructor)
  • Alexander R. Miranda, MD – Lean for Ophthalmology Practices and Clinic Space Design (instructor)
  • Anna C. Momont, MD – Poster Theater: Glaucoma (poster session moderator)
  • Sarah M. Nehls, MD – What You Need to Know from the Past Year’s Literature (presenter)
  • Kevin J. Schneider, MD – Dermoscopy can be Safely and Reliably Used in Oculoplastic Surgery Clinic (presenting author); Poster Theater: Ocular Pathology and Oculoplastics (presenter)
  • Robert D. Slater, PhD – AI-Enabled Prescreening for DR Clinical Trials (poster co-author)
  • Kimberly E. Stepien, MD – Lean for Ophthalmology Practices and Clinic Space Design (instructor)
  • Aneesh Suneja, MBA – Change the Way You Think About Clinic Templates with Departure-Based Scheduling (instructor); Boost Physician Efficiencies: Creating a Lean Culture with Technology (senior instructor); Lean for Ophthalmology Practices and Clinic Space Design (instructor)
  • Suzanne W. van Landingham, MD – Oculofacial Surgery: Anatomic Foundations, Surgical Techniques and Enhanced Results (instructor)
  • Terri L. Young, MD, MBA, FARVO – WIO Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman Award (recipient); The Sky is the Limit: Achieving Your Career Potential in Ophthalmology by Learning from Successes and Failures (presenter); How to Excel in Residency (presenter); Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment (panelist); Inclusive Leadership: Enhancing Delivery of Patient Care – How Do You Overcome the Challenges You Face as an Inclusive Leader? (presenter); Lean for Ophthalmology Practices and Clinic Space Design – Practice Management – Practice Quality Improvement (senior instructor)

The American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAPORS) and the Minority Ophthalmology Mentoring (MOM) Program are also hosting activities alongside AAO in Chicago. Details about the University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences participation in the ASOPRS and MOM program activities are included in the PDF.

2022 FACULTY ACTIVITIES AT AAO – VIEW and DOWNLOAD PDF