Friday June 30, 2017


Friday 08.30-11.00 amRoom 209 (Workshop)

WS-F-1
Skills Transfer Workshop on stereoscopic optic disc evaluation course

Chair(s): Hans Lemij (Netherlands);


    Friday 8.30-10.00 amHall 1 (Parallel Symposium)

    PS-F-1
    MIGS - the evidence

    Chair(s): Andre Mermoud (Switzerland); Herbert Reitsamer (Austria);


    Friday 10.30-12.00 amHall 1 (Plenary Session)

    PL-F-1
    Hot debates in glaucoma - in honour of Juhani Airaksinen

    Chair(s): Lisandro Sakata (Brazil); Kuldev Singh (United States);

    • 10.30-10.40
      With recent advances in optic nerve imaging, I believe that baseline optic nerve stereo photos are still essential
      George Spaeth (United States)
    • 10.40-10.45
      With recent advances in optic nerve imaging, I believe that baseline optic nerve stereo photos are now unnecessary
      Felipe Medeiros (United States)
    • 10.45-10.50
      In a patient with open angle glaucoma, a concurrent diagnosis of moderate to high myopia: does not fundamentally influence diagnosis and treatment
      Tin Aung (Singapore)
    • 10.50-10.55
      In a patient with open angle glaucoma, a concurrent diagnosis of moderate to high myopia: influences diagnosis but not treatment
      Ki Ho Park (South Korea)
    • 10.55-11.00
      In a patient with open angle glaucoma, a concurrent diagnosis of moderate to high myopia: influences both diagnosis and treatment
      Robert Chang (United States)
    • 11.00-11.05
      In 5 years, the most successful glaucoma drug delivery system will be: extraocular IOP lowering drug delivery
      Jamie Brandt (United States)
    • 11.05-11.10
      In 5 years, the most successful glaucoma drug delivery system will be: intracameral IOP lowering drug delivery
      Ingeborg Stalmans (Belgium)
    • 11.10-11.15
      In 5 years, the most successful glaucoma drug delivery system will be: intravitreal IOP lowering drug delivery
      Uday Kompella (United States)
    • 11.15-11.20
      Non bleb forming MIGS surgery is: a passing FAD
      Robert Weinreb (United States)
    • 11.20-11.25
      Non bleb forming MIGS surgery: is here to stay
      Ike Ahmed (Canada)
    • 11.25-11.30
      In a patient with well controlled mild glaucoma on one IOP lowering medication who requires cataract surgery I generally perform: cataract surgery alone
      Fabian Lerner (Argentina)
    • 11.30-11.35
      In a patient with well controlled mild glaucoma on one IOP lowering medication who requires cataract surgery I generally perform: cataract surgery with a MIGs procedure
      Julian Garcia Feijoo (Spain)
    • 11.35-11.40
      In 5 years, the go to surgical procedure in patients with advanced uncontrolled glaucoma will be trabeculectomy
      Tanuj Dada (India)
    • 11.40-11.45
      In 5 years, the go to surgical procedure in patients with uncontrolled glaucoma will be a bleb forming procedure employing a device
      Syril Dorairaj (United States)
    • 11.45-11.50
      In 5 years, the go to surgical procedure in patients with advanced uncontrolled glaucoma will be a non bleb forming procedure
      Tarek Shaarawy (Switzerland)

    Friday 3.30-4.30 pmHall 3b+c (Course)

    C-F-1
    Normal tension glaucoma: pathogenesis, progression and treatment

    Chair(s): Makoto Araie (Japan); Alon Harris (United States);


    Friday 8.30-10.00 amHall 3b+c (Parallel Symposium)

    PS-F-2
    Glaucoma progression

    Chair(s): Anders Heijl (Sweden); Alexander Kuroyedov (Russian Federation);


    Friday 1.15-2.00 pmOpen space Exhibit Hall (Rapid Fire Session)

    RF-F-2
    Rapid Fire Session 2

    Chair(s): Henny Beckers (Netherlands); Miriam Kolko (Denmark);

    • 1.15-1.19
      Development of virtual reality environments for evaluation of visual disability
      Alexander Lam (Hong Kong)
    • 1.19-1.24
      Comprehensive genomic/transcriptomic architecture of glaucoma in CYP1B1 and MYOC knockouts of primary rat TM and RGCs using CRISPR/Cas9 system
      Muneeb Faiq (India)
    • 1.24-1.28
      Corneal dynamic properties under air puff excitation
      Match Wai Lun Ko (Hong Kong)
    • 1.28-1.32
      Association between glaucomatous visual field loss and morphological changes of the optic nerve head following acute intraocular pressure elevations
      Tin Aung Tun (Singapore)
    • 1.32-1.36
      Comparison of the new low cost non valved glaucoma drainage device with Ahmed glaucoma valve (AGV) in refractory pediatric glaucoma
      Sriramani Gollakota (India)
    • 1.36-1.40
      Abic – A new Migs
      Norbert Koerber (Germany)
    • 1.40-1.44
      eyeWatch, an innovative adjustable GDD for the treatment of glaucoma: report on the first clinical results
      Andre Mermoud (Switzerland)
    • 1.44-1.48
      Safety and efficacy of a low cost glaucoma drainage device for refractory childhood glaucoma
      Sushmita Kaushik (India)
    • 1.48-1.52
      A new surgical technique of intra-scleral tube fixation in Ahmed glaucoma valve to prevent tube related complications: `scleral sleeve method`
      Charudutt Kalamkar (India)
    • 1.52-1.56
      Evaluation of the XEN gel stent efficacy in open-angle glaucoma treatment – preliminary results
      Ewa Walek (Poland)

    Friday 3.30-5.30 pmRoom 209 (Workshop)

    WS-F-2
    Workshop OCT and glaucoma

    Chair(s): Hans Lemij (Netherlands);


      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmHall 3e (Course)

      C-F-2
      Tube surgery - the elements

      Chair(s): Lama Al-Aswad (United States); Nuwan Niyadurupola (United Kingdom);


      Friday 8.30-10.00 amHall 3e (Parallel Symposium)

      PS-F-3
      Glaucoma genomics

      Chair(s): Michael Hauser (United States); Subhabrata Chakrabarti (India);


      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmRoom 208 (Course)

      C-F-3
      Fixing problems after trabeculectomy and non-penetrating surgery

      Chair(s): Teresa Chen (United States); Ronnie George (India);


      Friday 2.00-3.00 pmHall 1 (Parallel Symposium)

      PS-F-4
      Risk profiling

      Chair(s): Fotis Topouzis (Greece); Robert Weinreb (United States);


      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmHall 1b (Course)

      C-F-4
      Myopia and glaucoma

      Chair(s): Jost Jonas (Germany); Ki Ho Park (South Korea);


      Friday 2.00-3.00 pmHall 3b+c (Parallel Symposium)

      PS-F-5
      What really happens to retinal ganglion cells in glaucoma

      Chair(s): Makoto Aihara (Japan); James Morgan (United Kingdom);


      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmRoom 203a+b (Course)

      C-F-5
      Should we screen for glaucoma?

      Chair(s): Michael Chaglasian (United States); Paul Healey (Australia); Susie Williams (South Africa);


      Friday 2.00-3.00 pmHall 3e (Parallel Symposium)

      PS-F-6
      What's new in IOP?

      Chair(s): Paul Kaufman (United States); Sameh Mosaed (United States);


      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmRoom 201 (Course)

      C-F-6
      Sustainable glaucoma care and health economics

      Chair(s): Frances Meier-Gibbons (Switzerland); Rohit Varma (United States);


      Friday 1.45-3.15 pmRoom 203a+b (Parallel Symposium)

      PS-F-7
      Patient Oriented Symposium

      Chair(s): Ivan Goldberg (Australia); Robert Ritch (United States);


      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmRoom 206 (Course)

      C-F-7
      Pursuing a career as a clinician-scientist

      Chair(s): Jack Cioffi (United States); Neeru Gupta (Canada); James Tsai (United States);


      Friday 7.30-8.30 amRoom 207 (Industry Symposia)

      IND-F-01
      EYE TECH CARE - Focused Ultrasound for Glaucoma : comparing clinical results and perspectives for patients in Western and Asian countries

      Chair(s): Keith Barton (United Kingdom);

      • 7.30-7.40
        High-intensity Focused Ultrasound : mechanisms of actions
        Florent Aptel (France)
      • 7.40-7.50
        Clinical experience on refractory and non-refractory open-angle glaucoma patients
        Ingeborg Stalmans (Belgium)
      • 7.50-8.00
        Clinical experience of focused ultrasound in the Indian population
        Ronnie George (India)
      • 8.00-8.10
        Treatment outcomes on angle-closure glaucoma in Chinese patients
        Xinghuai Sun (China)

      Friday 3.30-4.30 pmRoom 207 (Course)

      C-F-8
      Novel animal models for glaucoma

      Chair(s): Abe Clark (United States); Carol Toris (United States);


      Friday 7.30-8.30 amRoom 208 (Industry Symposia)

      IND-F-02
      OPTOVUE - Changing the Glaucoma Paradigm: Detection and Management with OCT & OCTA

      Chair(s): David Huang (United States);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmHall 3b+c (Course)

      C-F-9
      Practical tips & tricks for minimally invasive glaucoma surgery

      Chair(s): Lydia Chang (United Kingdom); Antonio Fea (Italy);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmHall 3e (Course)

      C-F-10
      Fixing problems with tubes

      Chair(s): Henny Beckers (Netherlands); Paul Chew (Singapore);


      Friday 12.15-1.15 pmHall 1 (Industry Symposia)

      IND-F-04
      ALLERGAN eyecare symposium

      Chair(s): Keith Martin (United Kingdom); Jonathan Crowston (Australia);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmRoom 208 (Course)

      C-F-11
      CSF pressure + glaucoma

      Chair(s): John Berdahl (United States); Jost Jonas (Germany);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmHall 1b (Course)

      C-F-12
      Diagnosis and management of a glaucoma suspect

      Chair(s): Dexter Leung (Hong Kong); Osamah Saeedi (United States);


      Friday 6.00-7.00 pmRoom 208 (Industry Symposia)

      IND-F-05
      AERIE PHARMACEUTICALS - The Innovation of ROCK Inhibition: Netarsudil and Netarsudil/Latanoprost Fixed Dose Combination (FDC)

      Chair(s): Ingeborg Stalmans (Belgium);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmRoom 203a+b (Course)

      C-F-13
      Advanced glaucoma in low income populations

      Chair(s): Fatima Kyari (Nigeria); Tony Realini (United States);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmRoom 201 (Course)

      C-F-14
      Image reading + grading

      Chair(s): Brad Fortune (United States); Robert Chang (United States);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmRoom 206 (Course)

      C-F-15
      Proteomic approach to better glaucoma care

      Chair(s): Roger W Beuerman (Singapore); Hannu Uusitalo (Finland);


      Friday 4.45-5.45 pmRoom 207 (Course)

      C-F-16
      Looking over the glaucoma horizon

      Chair(s): Jeffrey Liebmann (United States); Janet Serle (United States);