Duke Advanced Vitreous Surgery Courses
10th Annual Duke Fellows Advanced Vitreous Surgery (fAVS) Course
The Duke fAVS meeting is an annual meeting geared toward first-year vitreoretinal fellows, medical retina fellows, and uveitis fellows training in North America. Space is also available for a limited number of international fellows. Extensive educational content includes medical and surgical panel discussions, surgical video tricks and tips, and an unparalleled wet lab experience with access to some of the latest technology and cutting-edge procedures with one-on-one faculty/fellow interaction.
The course also provides an opportunity for fellows to interact with world-renowned faculty, industry representatives, and senior colleagues in the field of retina. All fellows will have a unique opportunity to directly compare sustained release technology, implants, 3D visualization systems, microscopes, intraoperative OCT machines, vitrectomy machines, forceps, laser probes, subretinal delivery devices, and a range of other tools across manufacturers. Our goal is to make Duke fAVS a useful and practical course for retina fellows.