S31 – Rapid Fire: Epidemiology and Uveitis


Ms Helen Zhang; Dr Jeremy Tan; Prof Rodney John Morris; Dr Irene Tan; Prof Mingguang He; Dr Stuart Keel; A/Prof Bamini Gopinath; Ms Louisa P Thong; Dr Tiffany C Lo; Dr Genevieve Oliver; Dr Sophia L Zagora; Dr Jonathan Lee

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S31 – Rapid Fire: Epidemiology and Uveitis
Chairs: A/Prof Lyndell Lim and Prof Paul Mitchell
Topics and Speakers:
Sharpening the focus: Ophthalmology education at Australian medical
schools – Ms Helen Zhang
A review of clinical registries in Ophthalmology – Dr Jeremy Tan
Vision centre: A novel Tele Ophthalmology concept for primary eye
care delivery! – Prof Rodney John Morris
Clinical outcomes of real-time teleophthalmology versus face-to-face
consultation: a masked comparison to a gold standard study
– Dr Irene Tan
A deep learning algorithm for detecting common eye diseases based
on fundus photography – Prof Mingguang He
Validation of a Deep Learning Algorithm for Referable Diabetic
Retinopathy: A Pilot Study – Dr Stuart Keel
Collective influence of lifestyle risk factors on the prevalence and 15-
year incidence of age-related macular degeneration
– A/Prof Bamini Gopinath
Epidemiology of Episcleritis and Scleritis in Metropolitan Melbourne
– Ms Louisa P Thong
Uveitis associated with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in a large MS cohort
from the fingolimod clinical trials – Dr Tiffany C Lo
Management of Ocular Syphilis: results of the International Ocular
Syphilis Working Group survey – Dr Genevieve Oliver
Causes of vision loss and clinical outcomes over an 18-year period in
patients with Vogt–Koyanagi–Harada Disease – Dr Sophia L Zagora
Treatment of active and inactive non-infectious uveitis with
adalimumab: an Australian experience – Dr Jonathan Lee

49th Annual Scientific Congress of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists

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