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Join the UW-Madison Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences for a virtual installment of our time-honored tradition of Learner’s Day! The event celebrates our learning community and will feature podium presentations and posters from medical students, T32 vision research trainees, graduate students, residents, and clinical fellows. This year our presenters come from the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital, New Delhi, India; University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines; and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Thank you to all our presenters.

This year’s 2021 Learners Day Program offers a diversity of research topics, presenters, moderators and engages in various learning experiences and formats.

Please explore the variety of presentations and we invite you to review the pre-recorded poster presentations via Box in advance of the meeting to choose a block of topics that you would like to discuss with the presenters in a small group by joining two different breakout rooms of your choice.

Meeting Information

https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/93487398916?pwd=ek5IRGwzUlF5dmhUQWhQVGFyY2VOUT09
Meeting ID: 934 8739 8916
Passcode: 291740

Join us for a physically distant, socially awesome night of 90’s and DOVS-themed trivia that will bring together residents, fellows, faculty and alumni alike!

  • 6 :30 – 7:00PM CST – Social Hour
  • 7:00-8:30PM CST – Trivia Tournament

HOW TO PLAY?

  • Register your team using the form below by January 15
  • Read up/watch/listen to some favorites from the 1990s
  • Scour the DOVS VR experience and website for historical nuggets
  • Login to the Zoom that evening (emailed to you after registration) and be ready to rumble!
  • Win fabulous prizes!

TRIVIA TEAM/INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION

Join the UW-Madison Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences for a virtual installment of our time-honored tradition of Learner’s Day! The event, though it may be held a little differently this year, celebrates our learning community and will feature research presentations and posters from medical students, residents, clinical fellows, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.

LEARNERS, PLEASE SUBMIT ABSTRACTS BY MAY 22, 2020.

YOU’RE INVITED

We invite you to join the UW-Madison Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences in celebrating its 2019 graduating residents and fellows. Please complete the form below by June 10, 2019.

The University of Wisconsin – Madison and Medical College of Wisconsin are proud to partner again on the annual Learner’s Day conference that celebrates our learning community. This internal event features research presentations and posters from medical students, residents, clinical fellows, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.

Want to join us? COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW by June 14, 2019.


LEARNER’S DAY PROGRAM

  • 8:00am   Registration and Breakfast 
  • 8:30        Opening Remarks – Marilyn Kay, MD, Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education, UW Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

Session I: Moderator // Jennifer C. Larson, MD

  • 8:35     “Utilizing Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) to Standardize Handoffs in Ophthalmology” – Lynn Sun, MD (Deborah Costakos, MD, MS)
  • 8:50     “Use of Alcohol Swabs and Non-sterile Gloves in Preparation of Anti-VEGF Medication for Intravitreal Injection” – Kathleen Regan, MD (Jonathan Chang, MD)
  • 9:05     “Same-Day Case Cancellations at the Milwaukee VA” – Alison Teo, MD (Bhavna Sheth, MD)
  • 9:20     “Retinal Detachment Outcomes” – Zackery Oakey, MD (Jonathan Chang, MD)
  • 9:35     “Schlemm’s Canal: Imaging, Pressure, Catheterization, Gene RX” – Sri Meghana Konda, MBBS (Paul Kaufman, MD)
  • 9:50     “Immunological Profiling of Sebaceous Carcinoma” – Chris Bowen, MD, MS (Mark Lucarelli, MD, FACS; Cat Burkat, MD, FACS)

10:05     Session II: Poster Session

Session III: Moderator // Iris Kassem, MD, PhD

  • 10:35     “Nylon Implants in Orbital Fracture Repair” – Victor Liou, MD (Neda Esmaili, MD)
  • 10:50     “Orbital Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis: Case Series and Review”Suzanne van Landingham, MD (Mark Lucarelli, MD, FACS; Cat Burkat, MD, FACS)
  • 11:05     “Retinopathy of Prematurity in Infants Weighing Less than 500 grams at Birth”Jhaj Gurdeep, MD (Iris Kassem, MD, PhD; Deborah Costakos, MD, MS)
  • 11:20     “MRI and Clinical Grading of Papilledema in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH)”Nathan Mathews, MD (Yanjun Chen, MD, PhD)
  • 11:35     “Review of Common Ocular Presentations to the Emergency Department (ED)”Alana Trotter, MD (Cat Burkat, MD, FACS)

11:50     LUNCH

12:20PM     Session IV: Poster Session

Session V: Moderator // Evan J. Warner, MD

  • 12:50   “Association Between Hidradenitis Suppurativa and Inflammatory Eye Disease” – Sapna Desai, MD (Laura Kopplin, MD, PhD)
  • 1:05     “Retrospective Analysis of Teaching Cataract Surgery” – Meisha Raven, DO (Daniel Knoch, MD; Stephen Sauer, MD; Andrew Thliveris, MD, PhD)
  • 1:20     “Evaluation of Corneal Endothelial Integrity in Post-Surgical Pediatric Cataract with Lens Implantation” – Nathan Carpenter, MD (Yasmin Bradfield, MD; Michael Struck, MD)
  • 1:35     “Improving Post-Cataract Refractive Outcomes – A Resident Experience” – Christopher Spearman, MD (Daniel Knoch, MD)
  • 1:50     “Macular Status and Fluid Drainage in Scleral Buckle Surgery” – Braden Burckhard, MD (Alex Ringeisen, MD; Edwin Ryan, MD)
  • 2:05     Award for Best Resident Presentation – Judges Panel: Marilyn Kay, MD; Iris Kassem, MD, PhD; Andrea Stahulak, MD
  • 2:10        Closing Remarks – Deborah Costakos, MD, MS, Associate Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Eye Institute – Medical College of Wisconsin
  • 2:15        Closing Remarks – Terri Young, MD, MBA, FARVO, Peter A. Duehr Professor and Chair, UW Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

2:20    Event End

Looks like MS. Sounds like MS. It’s not MS.” presented by Dr. Nathan Mathews.

Neurostimulation for Dry Eye Disease” – Paul Selid, MD

A Horseshoe Tear Is More Than Meets The Eye” – Minh Nguyen, 4th year medical student