- FEBRUARY 2012
31st Annual Squaw Valley Retinal Symposium
- SEPTEMBER 2011
Retina Update 2011
- SEPTEMBER 2010
Retina Update 2010
- FEBRUARY 2009
28th Annual Squaw Valley Retinal Symposium
- SEPTEMBER 2008
Retinal Consultants Host Retina Update Meeting 2008
- New Retinal Imaging Technologies and Techniques
- Retinal Issues related to Anterior Segment Surgery
- Nevi and Tumors of the Ocular Fundus
- Updates on the Treatment of AMD
- Case Presentations of Interesting Retinal Disorders
- Diabetic Retinal Disease and other Vascular Disorders
- FEBRUARY 2008
27th Annual Squaw Valley Retinal Symposium
Mark your calendars!
The Retinal Consultants will host the 31st Annual Squaw Valley Retinal Symposium at the Resort at Squaw Creek from Thursday, February 9, through Sunday, February 12, 2012. The meeting begins with an academic session Thursday evening and ends following the Sunday with a morning session. Past events have been both academic and social successes. We invite you to come to the 2012 meeting to join in the fellowship and exchange of ideas. Of course, also plan to enjoy the beauty and fun of Squaw Valley snow with friends and family. For more information, visit the 2012 meeting website.
Mark your calendars!
The Retinal Consultants will host Retina Update 2011 on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at the Crocker Art Museum from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Lunch will be served. At this year’s continuing education meeting for eye care providers we will again use a format of case based education in vitreoretinal disease with real-time audience participation. We will also have a presentation by our invited guest speaker, Uday Devgan, MD, FACS, FRCS(Glasg) who will be speaking on “Challenging Cataract Cases.”
As always, registration for the meeting is free of charge. Lunch will be provided. Meeting attendees are invited to bring a guest to enjoy complimentary admission to the exhibits at the newly renovated and expanded Crocker Art Museum. For more information and to register online, visit the meeting website.
Mark your calendars! The Retinal Consultants will host Retina Update 2010 at the California Museum on September 25, 2010. At this year’s continuing education meeting for eye care providers, we will premier a new case-based format for a more interactive learning experience. We will also be featuring an invited guest speaker, Dr. Kuldev Singh, Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of the Glaucoma Service at Stanford University. Dr. Singh will be presenting on “Challenges in Glaucoma Management.” Registration is, as always, free. For more information and to register online, visit the meeting website.
Mark your calendars! The Retinal Consultants will host the 28th Annual Squaw Valley Retinal Symposium at the Resort at Squaw Creek from Thursday, February 5th through Sunday, February 8th, 2009. The meeting begins with an academic session Thursday evening and ends following the Sunday with a morning session. Past events have been both academic and social successes. We invite you to come to this year’s meeting to join in the fellowship and exchange of ideas. Of course, also plan to enjoy the beauty and fun of Squaw Valley snow with friends and family. For more information, visit the 2009 meeting website.
It is with great enthusiasm that we invite doctors in our community to attend our 2008 Retina Update Meeting at the lovely
Le Rivage Hotel
4350 Riverside Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95822
Sunday, September 28, 2008
12:30 to 4:30 PM with a banquet to follow
This year has brought numerous exciting advances both to our group and to the field of retina. Dr. Margaret Chang, formerly of the Wilmer Eye Institute will be joining us in 2008. Dr. Tony Tsai continues his work in general retinal care as well as ocular oncology.
Our meeting this year will cover
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax this note back to 916-454-3603 by August 28th to allow us to make appropriate dinner and space arrangements. Please let us know the name of your dinner guest if you are bringing someone. As always, we look forward to seeing you there for another exciting meeting!
The 27th Annual Retina Symposium was held February 7-10 at Squaw Valley USA, and to the delight of all attendees, conditions were perfect for all major events – continuing medical education, skiing, and fellowship.
Attendees, consisting of both retina specialists and ophthalmologists of various specialties, numbered sixty-five.
This year’s featured guest faculty included Tom Chang, MD, from the Retina Institute in Pasadena, Lee M. Jampol, MD, from the Northwestern University, Mark W. Johnson, MD, from the University of Michigan, Rick S. Kaiser, MD, from the Wills Eye Hospital, Barry D. Kupperman, MD, from UC Irvine, Daniel F. Martin, MD, from Emory University, and Franco M. Reccia, MD, from the Vanderbilt Eye Institute.
Along with Dr. Maurice Landers, our own Rob Wendel served, again, as program director. Among the scientific presenters was Joel Pearlman, who presented results from our locally designed study of combined anti-VEGF pharmacotherapy and photodynamic therapy.
The symposium was both an academic and social success and we invite everyone to attend next year. (For details see www.squawvalleyretina.com.)