Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus of the SouthEast Meeting (POSSEM)

The Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus of the Southeast Meeting (POSSEM) is an interactive clinical meeting that will feature complex case-based presentations with audience discussion and treatment challenges in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus.  CME offered
 

Agenda

 
Friday, September 28                         Saturday, September 29
Dinner -  Cafe Parizade                           Case Presentations
 
6:30 p.m.                                              7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
                                                             breakfast and lunch provided
 

Keynote Speaker

Edward G. Buckley, MD
Vice Dean for Education, Duke School of Medicine
Chair, Duke Ophthalmology
Vice Chancellor for Duke-National
University Singapore Affairs
James P. and Joy Gills Professor of Ophthalmology
Professor of Pediatrics

Program and Faculty

We are excited to offer a unique format for this meeting.  Each presenter will present a challenging case and ask for input and discussion from the audience on diagnosis, management and prognosis.

 

Miguel Materin, MD
Duke Eye Center
Ophthalmic Oncology
“Retinoblastoma: Case Discussion”
Nathan Cheung, OD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
 “Pediatric Contact Lens Indications”
Laura Enyedi, MD, Course Director
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
“What the Tuck?!”
Sharon Freedman, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
“Glaucoma and Strabismus: The Pressure is On!”
 
Ilya Leyngold, MD
Duke Eye Center
Oculofacial Plastic Surgery
"Pediatric Orbital Tumors: Evaluation and Periorbital Approaches”
 
Lejla Vazjovic, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
Pediatric Retina Specialist & Surgeon“Pediatric Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachments”
 
Federico Velez, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
“Beyond Farsightedness”
Sara Grace, MD
University of North Carolina
"Puzzles in Pediatric Retina"
 
John Devaro, MD
Children's Eye Institute of Savannah
“Multiple surgeries. Post-op Diplopia.  Now What?”
Mays El-Dairi, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
“When Recommendations are Not Specific Enough"
S. Grace Prakalapakorn, MD, MPH
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
Case: Retinopathy of Prematurity
Alice Lin, MD
Raleigh Eye Center
"A Smoldering Case of Uveitis"
Namita Kashyap, CO
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
“What the Hoxie is that Spot on My Glasses?”
Jared Duncan, MD
Ophthalmology Associates of Greater Annapolis
“Not Your Average Visual Disturbance”
 
Evan Silverstein, MD
Children's Hospital of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University “Quadruple Threat: Monocular Elevation Deficiency, Ptosis, Exotropia, Head Turn. Planning Surgical Intervention” 
 

Mimi Cabrera, MD
Seattle Children's Hospital
“When the Pendulum Swings: A new Underlying Cause for Cyclic Esotropia”

Erin Schotthoefer, MD 
Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Associates
“A case of :Pseudo-papilledema, Odd Pupils, Skin & Scalp Changes, Excess Hyperopia, and MRI Abnormality”
 

Bob Wiggins, Jr., MD, MHA
Asheville Eye Associates
“I Can’t Keep My Eyes Open”
 
Phoebe Lenhart, MD
Emory University School of Medicine
“Bumps in the Road” 
Ann Shue, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology Fellow
“What Lies Beneath” 
Sheryl Menacker, MD
Emory University School of Medicine
“No such thing as a Routine Exam”
 
Jeff Hunter, MD
Heaton Eye Associates, Tyler, Texas
“Common Sense…. Or a Sixth Sense?” 
 
Cynthia Toth, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus
Pediatric Retina Specialist & Surgeon
“OCT in the Intensive Care Nursery : Findings in ROP and Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy” 
HongVan Le, MD
Duke Eye Center
Pediatric Ophthalmology Fellow
“Holy Moly”
 
Amanda Ely, MD
Penn State Eye Center
“The Pediatric Ophthalmologist: Jack of All Trades and Master of All?”
 

 

Accommodations

2102 West Main St.
Durham, NC 27705
877-782-9444
 

More Information or to Register

 
Contact Renee Wynne
919-684-6593