Friday, January 13, 2017: Eye Plastic and Orbital Emergencies
Dr. Allan Wulc
Dr. Allan Wulc’s experience and passion focuses exclusively on facial surgery and eyelid surgery. He is Board Certified in Cosmetic and Plastic surgery, Ophthalmology, and oculoplastic surgery; he is also a Diplomate of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. He is the only surgeon in the tristate area with these qualifications.
Friday, January 2017: Corneal Culturing, and Sleep Wake Disorder
Drs. Justin Sherman and Sarah Nowicki
In his lecture, “Corneal Culturing,” Dr. Sherman will explain the indications for corneal culture, popular growth media, and respective target microbes while working through the case of a soft contact lens-related corneal ulcer. Dr. Sherman is a resident at The Eye Institute.
Non-24 hour sleep-wake disorder is a circadian rhythm disorder that commonly affects totally blind as well as some sighted patients. Dr. Nowicki will provide an overview of this disorder as well as the role of the optometrist in the management of this condition. Dr. Nowicki is a resident at The Eye Institute.
The goals of the program are:
- To develop a network of professionals in order to share information and strengthen clinical knowledge
- To foster professional development in the optometric community
- To provide Continuing Education opportunities to alumni and friends of Salus University
These sessions are open to local eyecare providers at no charge. All sessions will be held in the Toland Classroom on the upper level of The Eye Institute from 7:30 am-8:45 am. For your convenience, please use the Spencer Avenue staff and student parking lot and entrance. Light refreshments will be served.