Thursday 1.45 pm-3.15 pmRoom 111 & 112
Chair(s): Paul Healey (Australia); Tanuj Dada (India); Michael Coote (Australia); Rupert Bourne (United Kingdom); Sheng Lim (United Kingdom); Gus Gazzard (United Kingdom); Mark Sherwood (United States); Jonathan Crowston (Australia);
Friday 10.30 am-12.00 pmRoom 210 & 211
Data: If a little bit is good, a lot of it is better
Integrating data from across the world
Rupert Bourne (United Kingdom)
The IRIS registry: What can we learn from 120 million patient visits?
Anne Louise Coleman (United States)
Large-scale practice data: what could we doing better for our patients?
Jamie Brandt (United States)
UK biobank: lessons from a 100,000 person cohort study
Paul Foster (United Kingdom)
Consortia genetics and its lessons for disease mechanism
James Craig (Australia)
Large population-based studies and their lessons from glaucoma - the KHANES study
Ki Ho Park (South Korea)