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EyeCon 2022: A sneak peek at MIGS updates with Dr Singh


This glaucoma session will offer a look at how to incorporate pearls into clinical practice.

This December, Ophthalmology Times® EyeCon 2022 will gather the nation’s leading ophthalmologists to share new data and practical strategies that clinicians can apply to their patients. The conference will take place December 16 to 17 at the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort in Florida.

From imaging technology to novel agents, attendees will learn key insights that will keep their practices current in the coming year. The 2-day event will be chaired by Peter J. McDonnell, MD, director and William Holland Wilmer Professor of Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland; and Oluwatosin U. Smith, MD, a glaucoma specialist at Glaucoma Associates of Texas in Dallas.

Ahead of this year’s meeting, faculty member Inder Paul Singh, MD, spoke with Ophthalmology Times®’ Group Editorial Director Sheryl Stevenson about his upcoming presentation, as well as what he is looking forward to most and why this year’s event is a “must-attend” meeting. Singh is president of The Eye Centers of Racine and Kenosha, in Racine, Wisconsin.

To learn more about or to register for Ophthalmology Times® EyeCon 2022, click here.

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