Basic Science for the Clinician - Ocular Surface & Cornea
Mitchell W. Dul, OD, MS, Professor, Dept. of Biological & Vision Sciences
Tracy Nguyen, OD, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept. of Clinical Education
Basic Science for the Clinician is a program that will be offered twice a year. It’s goal is to improve the practicing optometrist's understanding of the basic science principles underlying ocular conditions in an effort to prepare for the use of novel and emerging treatment modalities. This program has been developed based upon your suggestions.
Objectives of Ocular Surface & Cornea course:
1. To enhance the optometrist's ability to apply the basic principles of inflammation and immunology in the assessment and management of corneal and ocular surface disease.
2. To enhance the optometrist's ability to apply the basic principles of bacteriology, virology, anatomy and physiology, in the assessment and management of corneal and ocular surface disease.
3. To develop an understanding of the basic science principles underlying novel and emerging treatments of corneal and ocular surface disease.
Sunday, April 27, 2014 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
SUNY College of Optometry33 West 42nd StreetNew York, New York 10036USA212-938-5830
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