Ivan Goldberg

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Goldberg
Ivan
Australia

Foundation President of the Asia Pacific Glaucoma Society, Past President of the Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Interest Group and Glaucoma Australia; Past President of the World Glaucoma Association and of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists; Active Member and Executive Committee member of the Glaucoma Research Society; current Vice President of Glaucoma Australia and Head of the Glaucoma Unit, Sydney Eye Hospital.

Patient care; Teaching; Clinical research; developing professional associations


Sessions


Wednesday 9.45 am-10.45 amRoom 203 & 204

Glaucoma Australia Patient Symposium

Chair(s): TBA;

Thursday 8.30 am-10.00 amPlenary 2

New Frontiers in Medical Management

Chair(s): Ivan Goldberg (Australia); Harry Quigley (United States); Tin Aung (Singapore);

Thursday 3.45 pm-4.45 pmRoom 218

When the going gets tough: Making it easier for your patient

Chair(s): Ivan Goldberg (Australia); Alan Robin (United States);

  • 3.45-3.55
    Maximizing adherence to minimize disease
    Michael Boland (United States)
  • 3.55-4.05
    Apps & aids to assist the patient with severe glaucoma
    Mona Kaleem (United States)
  • 4.05-4.15
    Optimizing the ocular surface for comfort and vision
    Jod Mehta (Singapore)
  • 4.15-4.25
    Maximizing functionality and Minimizing disability in the advanced glaucoma patient
    Michael Yapp (Australia)
  • 4.25-4.35
    Living with glaucoma: the patient's perspective
    Christopher Grikscheit (Australia)
  • 4.35-4.45
    What do patient's want from glaucoma surgery?
    Amanda Bicket (United States)

Friday 1.45 pm-3.15 pmRoom 203 & 204

ANZGS Symposium - The Gillies Lecture, and A Showcase of Glaucoma Research from Australian and NewZealand Universities

Chair(s): Anne Brooks (Australia); Keith Martin (United Kingdom); Ivan Goldberg (Australia);

Friday 5.00 pm-6.00 pmMelbourne Room

Rapid Fire Session 2

Chair(s): Ivan Goldberg (Australia); Parul Ichhpujani (India); Eddie Kgao Legodi (South Africa);

  • 5.00-5.05
    XEN Gel Stent Surgery in Patients with Open Angle Glaucoma: Two-Year Results
    Alice Di Domenico (Italy)
  • 5.05-5.10
    Outcomes of combined trabeculotomy with trabeculectomy in children with Aniridia and secondary glaucoma.
    Nkechinyere Judith Uche (India)
  • 5.10-5.15
    Trabecular Micro-Bypass with Cataract Surgery for Patients with Glaucoma: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    Nathan Kerr (Australia)
  • 5.15-5.20
    Comparison of bleb morphology by conjunctival incision after trabeculectomy
    Hailong Huang (Japan)
  • 5.20-5.25
    Multicenter, randomized study of a Schlemm’s canal microstent for reduction of IOP in primary open angle glaucoma (The HORIZON Trial)
    Cathleen McCabe (United States)
  • 5.25-5.30
    Real World MIGS: Australian & New Zealand experience of > 1000 Hydrus Microstent implants with 1 to 3 year follow up.
    Ashish Agar (Australia)
  • 5.30-5.35
    Post-operative outcomes of revision surgery for failed XEN Implants at a UK tertiary eye centre
    Emma Linton (United Kingdom)
  • 5.35-5.40
    Ab interno gel implant for the treatment of refractory glaucoma: results from the International Glaucoma Surgery Registry (IGSR)
    Nathan Kerr (Australia)
  • 5.40-5.45
    Lens Extraction with or without Goniosynechialysis in Primary Angle Closure Disease for angle parameters assessment.
    Jyoti Shakrawal (India)
  • 5.45-5.50
    Risk factors for corneal endothelial cell loss after trabeculectomy with mitomycin C
    Tomomi Higashide (Japan)
  • 5.50-5.55
    Goniowash: a new surgical approach combined with cataract surgery to lower intraocular pressure in pseudoexfoliation syndrome.
    Van Tao Tran (Switzerland)

Contact

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