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17. Internationales SPECTRALIS Symposium (ISS)

Seoul, Südkorea
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17. Internationales SPECTRALIS Symposium (ISS)

Forum for Retina Experts

Datum:
18.10.2019, 09:30 - 19.10.2019, 16:00
Veranstalter:
Heidelberg Engineering GmbH
Kurzbeschreibung:
The 17th International Spectralis Symposium will take place in the SIGNIEL Tower Seoul, South Korea. The focus will be on the knowledge transfer about all applications of the SPECTRALIS product family. There will be a broad spectrum of presentations and interactive sessions.
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17th International SPECTRALIS® Symposium (ISS)
October 18-19, 2019
SIGNIEL Lotte World Tower Seoul · South Korea

Scientific Program
Course Directors
Hakyoung Kim (South Korea)
Seung-Young Yu (South Korea)
Faculty
Balwantray Chauhan (Canada), K. Bailey Freund (USA), Damien Gatinel (France),
Don-Il Ham (South Korea), Wilson Heriot (Australia), Frank G. Holz (Germany),
Alex Huang (USA), Adrian Koh (Singapore), Hideki Koizumi (Japan),
Ji Eun Lee (South Korea), Won Ki Lee (South Korea), Tock Han Lim (Singapore),
Kyu Hyung Park (South Korea), Cynthia Roberts (USA), SriniVas R. Sadda (USA),
Giovanni Staurenghi (Italy), Kyung Rim Sung (South Korea), Sebastian Wolf
(Switzerland), Hyeong Gon Yu (South Korea), Suqin Yu (China), Linda Zangwill (USA)
08:30 Registration and Welcome Coffee
Friday, October 18, 2019
New Imaging Modalities & more – Update! Moderators: Seung-Young Yu, Giovanni Staurenghi
09:20 Welcome Note (Hakyoung Kim)
09:30 Are the OCTAs all the Same? (Giovanni Staurenghi)
09:50 Choroidal Change in Posterior Uveitis (Hyeong Gon Yu)
10:10 Novel Microperimetry Import Feature (K. Bailey Freund)
10:30 Novel Approaches to High Magnification Imaging (Frank G. Holz)
10:40 Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (Sebastian Wolf)
10:50 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Seung-Young Yu, Giovanni Staurenghi
11:00 Coffee Break
Multimodal Imaging – One is Not Enough! Moderators: Ji Eun Lee, Sebastian Wolf
11:30 Why a Multimodal Imaging Approach for the CNV Classification is Important (Giovanni Staurenghi)
11:50 Management of Myopic CNV (Tock Han Lim)
12:10 Needs of Multimodal Imaging for CSC (Seung-Young Yu)
12:30 MacTel: Novel Insights (Frank G. Holz)
12:50 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Ji Eun Lee, Sebastian Wolf
13:00 Group Photo Slot 1 & Lunch
13:45 Poster Session starts
PCV Imaging – Asia only? Moderators: Kyu Hyung Park, Frank G. Holz
14:30 Management of PCV (Tock Han Lim)
14:50 Early Choroidal Hypofluorescence in ICGA in PCV (Ji Eun Lee)
15:10 Is ICGA Still Needed for the Diagnosis and Management of PCV? (Adrian Koh)
15:30 Multicolor Imaging and Color Fundus Photography in PCV Detection (Anna Tan)
15:40 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Kyu Hyung Park, Frank G. Holz
16:00 Coffee Break & Posters
OCT Imaging & More – Retina! Moderators: Suqin Yu, Tock Han Lim
16:30 Longitudinal Changes of Retina in Reticular Pseudodrusen (Don-Il Ham)
16:50 Biometric Analysis in Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (Hideki Koizumi)
17:10 More Effective Screening for Epiretinal Membranes (Hiroto Terasaki)
Ophthalmology and the International Space Station! Moderator: Alex Huang
17:20 Multicolor Imaging for Assessment of the Optic Nerve and Macula (SriniVas R. Sadda)
17:40 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Suqin Yu, Tock Han Lim, Alex Huang
18:00 END / Welcome Reception
Saturday, October 19, 2019
08:30 Welcome Coffee
Honorary Lecture – Moderators: K. Bailey Freund, Hakyoung Kim
09:30 Unravelling the Pachychoroid Spectrum (Won Ki Lee)
Artificial Intelligence & More – No Doctors Please? Moderators: Don-Il Ham, SriniVas R. Sadda
09:50 Automate Biomarker Detection from OCT Scans (Sebastian Wolf)
10:10 Function Follows Form: Morphology-Based Functions Prediction (Frank G. Holz)
10:20 Deep Transfer Learning Classification Algorithms (John Miller)
10:30 Identifying the Intra-Retinal Fluid and Sub-Retinal Fluid Using OCT 3D-Analytics and Multicolor Imaging (Suqin Yu)
10:50 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Don-Il Ham, SriniVas R. Sadda
11:00 Coffee Break
Glaucoma Imaging & More! Moderators: Kyung Rim Sung, Balwantray Chauhan
11:30 Two-Photon Imaging of Retinal Ganglion Cells (Balwantray Chauhan)
11:50 Effect of Glaucoma Surgery on Optic Disc and Peripapillary Retinal Circulation (Kyung Rim Sung)
12:10 Bleb Biology and Outflow (Alex Huang)
12:30 Artificial Intelligence/Deep Learning for Detection of Glaucoma and Prediction of Visual Field Damage (Linda Zangwill)
12:50 Deep-Layer Microvasculature Dropout in Pre-perimetric Glaucoma Patients (Min Hee Suh)
13:00 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Kyung Rim Sung, Balwantray Chauhan
13:10 Group Photo Slot 2 & Lunch
13:45 Poster Session starts
ANTERION Anterior Segment Imaging – 4 in 1! Moderators: Cynthia Roberts, Damien Gatinel
14:30 What I Like in Anterior Segment Imaging – An Introduction to ANTERION (Cynthia Roberts)
14:50 Preliminary Experience with the ANTERION (Damien Gatinel)
15:10 Anterior Segment Imaging in Glaucoma (Alex Huang)
15:30 ANTERION Applications (Cynthia Roberts)
15:50 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Cynthia Roberts, Damien Gatinel
16:00 Coffee Break & Posters
Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography – Update! Moderators: Hyeong Gon Yu, Adrian Koh
16:30 Dense B-Scan OCTA (K. Bailey Freund)
16:50 Retinal Biomarkers for Disease Prognostication (Adrian Koh)
17:10 OCTA in Diabetics (Wilson Heriot)
17:30 Friend or Foe: OCT Angiography based Type 1 CNV Detection and Progression of Geographic Atrophy (Frank G. Holz)
17:40 Stress/Rest Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography Study (Marco Lupidi)
17:50 OCTA in Epiretinal Membrane (Kyu Hyung Park)
18:10 Panel Discussion – Moderators: Hyeong Gon Yu, Adrian Koh
18:15 END
Poster Presentations


A Case of Acute Optic Neuritis in a Physician
(Manish Jain)


Automated Identification of Spontaneous Venous Pulsation from Infrared Video of the Optic Nerve Head
(Scott Stainton)


Detection of Retinal Microvascular Changes in von Hippel-Lindau Disease using Optical Coherence Tomography
Angiography
(Raviv Katz)


Multimodal Imaging Analysis of Abilateral Multiplies Serous Retinal Detachments Following Caffeine-Based Thermogenic
Supplements
(Clovis Arcoverde Freitas Neto)


The Periarterial Capillary-Free Zone and the “Fern-Like” Retinal Vascullitis Appearance:
A Fluorescein Angiography and Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography Evaluation in a Patient with
Intermediate Uveitis
(Clovis Arcoverde Freitas Neto)


Optical Coherence Tomography Characteristics of Taxane-Induced Macular Edema and Other Multi-Modal Imaging Findings
(Anna Tan)


How Does OCT-A Scan Type Affect Discovery of Different Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) Lesions?
(John Miller) 

Veranstaltungsort:
SIGNIEL Tower Seoul,
Südkorea
Anschrift:
300 Olympic-ro, Sincheon-dong
Seoul, Südkorea
Veranstalter:
Heidelberg Engineering GmbH
Organisation:

Heidelberg Engineering Academy
Max-Jarecki-Str. 8
DE - 69115 Heidelberg
Tel.: +49 (0) 6221 / 64 63 0
Fax: +49 (0) 6221 / 64 63 62

 
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