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ASRS 2023: Attendees share most interesting topics from annual meeting

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We asked, "What research at ASRS 2023 do you find exciting or interesting?" Here's what Paul Hahn, MD, PhD, Kerrie Brady, BPharm, MBA, MS, and Michael Singer, MD had to say!

Our team spoke with several researchers and industry professionals at the 2023 American Society of Retina Specialists meeting in Seattle, Washington. We asked them, "What research here do you find exciting or interesting?" Here's what Paul Hahn, MD, PhD, Kerrie Brady, BPharm, MBA, MS, and Michael Singer, MD had to say!

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Editor's note - This transcript has been edited for clarity.

Paul Hahn, MD, PhD:

You know, one of the best things about these meetings is that you get, you get to learn about different things that are coming. And, you know, we hear about different mechanisms of treatment for geographic atrophy, different mechanisms of treatment for wet AMD, different methods of delivery, gene therapy, and so forth. And, you know, it's really learning more about these at these types of meetings really, what's, what's innovative.

Kerrie Brady, BPharm, MBA, MS:

Yes, we're particularly excited about the growth and expansion of AI and machine learning to enable diagnosis. And so with that, with the machines getting smaller, getting more into the community, we are looking forward to being able to detect more patients at earliest stages in their disease. And with a product such as OTT-166, begin early active treatment sooner in their disease process.

Michael Singer, MD:

I am excited about the possibility and when I looked at patients who were being treated in a high dose Eylea trial, that you're able to get a significant number of patients, 44%, to essentially go 20 or 24 weeks. Even though it's a clinical trial, I think it really potentially has real ramifications to our patients in practice.

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