March 11, 2016: Resident Case Presentations
Dr. Robert Africano: Retinal Roundup: A Review of Uncommon Retinal Disorders
Dr. Robert Africano’s presentation will review a perplexing retinal case and some rare yet important retinal disorders. The course will walk through the differential diagnosis, outline several retinal dystrophies, and attempt to unravel the case.
Dr. Africano earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry, and is currently a primary care resident at The Eye Institute.
Dr. Nurit Bor: Fitting Scleral Contact Lenses in Today's Ophthalmic Practice
Dr. Nurit Bor’s presentation is an introduction to fitting scleral contact lenses, and will discuss how they are used in current ophthalmic practice, as supported by recent literature.
Dr. Bor earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry, and is currently the cornea and specialty contact lens 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 eye care providers at no charge. COPE approval has been submitted for these sessions. All sessions will be held in the Toland Classroom on the upper level of The Eye Institute from 7:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. For your convenience, please use the Spencer Avenue staff and student parking lot and entrance. Light refreshments will be served.