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ANZGS Congress 2023 I HYBRID
Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society Meeting

ANZGS Congress 2023 I HYBRID
Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society Meeting

Datum
16.02.2023 - 19.02.2023
Hybridevent
Queenstown
Sprache
Englisch
Gebühren ab
450.00 AUD
Veranstalter
Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society (ANZGS)
Organisator

Concept Event Management
Congress Secretariat for Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society (ANZGS)
Level 2, 60-62 Willoughby Road
Crows Nest NSW 2065
Tel.: + 61 02 9436 0232

The Hybridcongress will be expanded to incorporate a broader range of glaucoma science and encourage connection with translational scientists. Thursday 16 and Friday 17 February will be focused on Glaucoma Science to highlight new directions in the field and feature presentations on optic nerve neuroscience. On feb. 18th & 19th will be a more traditional Clinical Glaucoma meeting for general and specialist ophthalmologists, feat. the highly popular & unpredictable interactive case presentations.
  • Basisinformation
    Datum
    16.02.2023 - 19.02.2023
    Hybridevent
    Queenstown
    Sprache
    Englisch
    Gebühren ab
    450.00 AUD
    Veranstalter
    Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society (ANZGS)
    Organisator

    Concept Event Management
    Congress Secretariat for Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society (ANZGS)
    Level 2, 60-62 Willoughby Road
    Crows Nest NSW 2065
    Tel.: + 61 02 9436 0232

  • VERANSTALTUNGSORT
    Rydges & QT Queenstown Hotel
    38-54 Lake Esplanade
    9300 Queenstown, NZ
  • Programm

    THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY 2023 (NZST)

     

    Start

    End

    Presentation

    Speaker / Location

    7:30

    8:30

    Registration open

    Level 5 Foyer

    8:30

    8:55

    Opening of the Glaucoma Science conference

    Chairs: Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer & Dr Jesse Gale

    Clancy's Room

    8:30

    8:50

    Mihi whakatau, welcome from tangata whenua

    Darren Rewi, Ngai Tahu kaumatua

    8:50

    8:55

    Welcome from ANZGS Chair

    Prof Keith Martin

    8:55

    9:55

    Session 1: Wound healing: the impact on glaucoma surgery

    Chairs: A/Prof Paul Healey & Dr Jen Fan Gaskin

    Clancy's Room

    8:55

    9:10

    Overview of wound healing modification

    A/Prof Paul Healey

    9:10

    9:20

    Antifibrosis and new strategies

    Dr Jennifer Fan Gaskin

    9:20

    9:30

    Angiotensin in wound healing

    A/Prof Andrew White

    9:30

    9:40

    Connexins, Inflammasomes and Chronic disease

    Prof Colin Green (Pre-recorded video)

    9:40

    9:55

    Questions and discussion

     

    10:00

    10:30

    Morning Tea Break

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    10:30

    12:00

    Session 2: The neuro-vascular bundle- and role in glaucoma progression

    Chairs: Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer & Prof Leonard Levin

    Clancy's Room

    10:30

    10:55

    Keynote: Neuronal and Vascular Dysfunction in Optic Neuropathies: New Insights

    Prof Adriana Di Polo

    10:55

    11:03

    Questions and discussion

     

    11:03

    11:15

    Autophagy in glaucoma

    Dr Katharina Bell

    11:15

    11:27

    Stretch, Squish, and Stanch: Pathways for Axonal Degeneration in Glaucoma

    Prof Leonard Levin

    11:27

    11:39

    Glia and neuroinflammation in glaucoma

    Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer

    11:39

    12:00

    Questions and discussion

     

    12:00

    13:00

    Lunch Break

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    12:45

    17:30

    Optional bike tours - Arrowtown to Gibbston Valley

    Note: Bike Ride has departure of 1pm from the shop in town. Return to town at 5pm.

    17:30

    18:30

    Session 3: Rapid Fire Presentations

    Chairs: Dr Jesse Gale & TBC

    Clancy's Room

    17:30

    17:40

    The impact of glaucoma on optokinetic nystagmus

    Dr Joshua Oskam

    17:40

    17:50

    Impact of Mean Ocular Perfusion Pressure (MOPP) on patients with Normal Tension Glaucoma (NTG) in Canterbury, New Zealand

    Mr Nathan Macdonell

    17:50

    18:00

    Colchicine for fibrosis control

    Dr Mark Donaldson

    18:00

    18:10

    Does the preservative, Benzalkonium Chloride, activate the inflammasome pathway in ocular cells?

    Miss Gabriela Bantas

    18:10

    18:20

    Irbesartan as a potential neuroprotective agent in the treatment of Glaucoma

    A/Prof Andrew White

    18:20

    18:30

    Ocular findings in a man with congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia

    suggest potential new treatment for optic disc drusen

    Dr Yuanzhang Jiao

     

    FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY 2023 (NZST)

     

    Start

    End

    Presentation

    Speaker / Location

    7:30

    8:30

    Registration open

    Level 5 Foyer

    8:30

    10:10

    Session 4: New methods and technologies

    Chairs: Prof Adriana Di Polo & Prof Keith Martin

    Clancy's Room

    8:30

    8:50

    Off piste science: new methods to study live neurons

    Dr Karl Iremonger (University of Otago)

    8:50

    8:55

    Questions and discussion

     

    8:55

    9:05

    Targetting neurorecovery

    Prof Jonathan Crowston

    9:05

    9:20

    Genetic treatments in glaucoma

    Prof Alex Hewitt

    9:20

    9:30

    Intracranial pressure estimates and glaucoma

    Prof Bill Morgan

    9:30

    9:45

    Ocular biomechanics

    Prof J Crawford Downs

    9:45

    10:10

    Questions and discussion

     

    10:10

    10:40

    Morning Tea Break

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    10:40

    12:15

    Session 5: Ganglion cell metabolism- translation from lab to clinical application

    Chairs: Prof Robert Casson & Dr Katharina Bell

    Clancy's Room

    10:40

    11:00

    Overview of retinal metabolism

    Prof Robert Casson

    11:00

    11:20

    Nicotinamide

    Prof James Morgan

    11:20

    11:35

    Mitochondrial dysfunction

    Speaker TBA

    11:35

    11:50

    Mitchondrial transport in the axon

    Prof Adriana Di Polo

    11:50

    12:15

    Questions and discussion

     

    12:15

    13:15

    Lunch Break

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    13:15

    16:30

    Optional mountain walk or fun run

     

    16:30

    17:30

    ANZGS ASM

    Clancy's Room

    17:30

    18:30

    Session 6: Rapid Fire Presentations

    Chairs: Dr Ridia Lim & Prof James Morgan Clancy's Room

    17:30

    17:40

    Efficacy and Safety of different Gelatin Stent Implants into varying Locations

    Prof Bill Morgan

    17:40

    17:50

    Lower Body Mass Index is Associated with Primary Open Angle Glaucoma in Multiple Cohorts

    Dr Ella Berry

    17:50

    18:00

    Ibopamine challenge testing is predictive of glaucoma progression in glaucoma suspects and early manifest glaucoma patients

    Dr John Landers

    18:00

    18:10

    CRISPR-Cas9 edited mice recapitulate the retinal but not glaucoma phenotypes of a TMEM98 mutation responsible for human nanophthalmos

    Dr Mark Hassall

    18:10

    18:20

    The ocular effects of inversion

    Dr Pryce Payne

    18:20

    18:30

    The effects of inversion on optic nerve stress signals

    Mr Patchara Jirapanyayut

    18:30

    19:30

    Networking Reception in the Exhibition and Poster Viewing

    Area, Rydges

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

     

     

     

    SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY 2023 (NZST)

     

    Start

    End

    Presentation

    Speaker / Location

    7:30

    8:30

    Registration open

    Level 5 Foyer

    8:30

    8:45

    Opening of the Clinical Glaucoma conference

    Chairs: Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer & Dr Jesse Gale

    Clancy's Room

    8:30

    8:35

    Acknowledgment of tangata whenua

    Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer & Dr Jesse Gale

    8:35

    8:40

    Welcome from ANZGS Chair

    Prof Keith Martin

    8:40

    8:45

    Sponsor Presentation

     

    8:45

    10:15

    Session 7: Case presentations

    Chairs: Dr Stephen Best, Dr Sonya

    Bennett

    8:45

    8:50

    Introductions

     

    8:50

    9:05

    By Hook Or Crook – Dealing with Phacomorhic Glaucoma

    Dr Seng Chee Loon

    9:05

    9:20

    The End is Nigh

    Dr David Manning

    9:20

    9:35

    Two cases of severe POAG requiring surgery sent on different

    pathways

    Prof Bill Morgan

    9:35

    9:50

    Collagen cross-linking for the management of XEN associated bleb leak

    Dr Judy Ku

    9:50

    10:05

    Recognizing Tight Orbit Syndrome in our Glaucoma patients

    Dr Anna Galanopolous

    10:05

    10:15

    Case Wrap up

     

    10:15

    10:45

    Morning Tea, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    10:45

    12:40

    Session 8: Clinical developments

    Chairs: A/Prof Anne Brooks and Dr Sam Kain

    10:45

    10:48

    Lowe Lecture Introduction

    A/Prof Anne Brooks

    10:48

    11:13

    Lowe Lecture: Closing the Health Gap: Where Do We Go From

    Here?

    Prof Eve Higginbotham

    11:13

    11:38

    Early results of a novel designed glaucoma drainage device – VW- 50

    A/Prof Michael Coote

    11:38

    11:48

    Home perimetry

    A/Prof Simon Skalicky

    11:48

    11:58

    Visualising aqueous outflow in vivo

    Dr Jed Lusthaus

    11:58

    12:10

    Questions and discussion

     

    12:10

    12:35

    Clinical controversies in glaucoma

    Dr Judy Ku, Dr Colin Clement, Dr Mitchell Lawlor

     

    To “ZAP” or not to “ZAP – that is the question. Should we stop doing laser peripheral iridotomies in all Primary Angle Closure

    Suspects?

    What are the roles of laser peripheral iridotomies and SLT in the management of Pigment Dispersion Syndrome & Pigmentary

    Glaucoma?

    What is the best long-term management for patients with CMV

    associated uveitis & secondary glaucoma? Should topical steroids be avoided?

    12:35

    12:40

    Sponsor Presentation

     

    12:40

    13:40

    Lunch, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    13:40

    14:40

    ANZGS Committee Meeting

    Committee members only Dart Room, Level 7

    13:40

    16:25

    Optional lake cruise on Lake Wakatipu with Southern Discoveries

    Cruise time 3.15pm - 4.45pm. Please arrive at the dock by 3.00pm

    16:30

    17:50

    Session 9: Rapid Fire Presentations

    Chairs: TBA

    Clancy's Room

    16:30

    16:40

    Combined Ahmed valve/gonioscopy-assisted transluminal

    trabeculotomy: “double bypass” surgery for advanced open angle glaucoma

    Dr William Trask

    16:40

    16:50

    The effect of intraoperative intravitreal bevacizumab (Avastin) on surgical success of trabeculectomy at 3 years: The Avastin in Trabeculectomy Study

    Dr John Landers

    16:50

    17:00

    3-year outcomes of XEN® Gel Stent Implantation

    Mr Leo Fan

    17:00

    17:10

    Small Posterior Conjunctival Incision Limbal-based (SPCIL) Trabeculectomy – a revival of the limbal-based trabeculectomy

    Dr George Kong

     

    17:10

    17:20

    The safety and efficacy of Transscleral MicroPulse Cyclophotocoagulation (MP-CPC) performed at Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) over a 12-month period

    Dr Chantelle Venter

    17:20

    17:30

    An observational comparative study of MMC injection vs sponge delivery in trabeculectomy surgery

    Dr Mitchell Lawlor

    17:30

    17:40

    Patient Experience of Eye Examination eValuation Study (PEEEVS)

    Dr Siyuan Jabelle Lu

    17:40

    17:50

    Glaucoma Incidence, Severity at First Presentation, and Risk Factors for Late Presentation in Rural Australia: The S1P Study

    Mr Zayn Al-Timimi

    20.00 - 23.00

    Conference Dinner

    Skyline Queenstown

     

    SUNDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2023 (NZST)

     

    Start

    End

    Presentation

    Speaker / Location

    7:30

    8:30

    Registration open

    Level 5 Foyer

    8:30

    10:20

    Session 10: Clinical Pearls

    Chairs: TBA

    8:30

    8:33

    Welcome, Gillies lecture introduction

    Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer

    8:33

    8:58

    Gillies Lecture: "The ground beneath our feet: Dynamic behaviour of the eye and optic nerve"

    Dr Jesse Gale

    8:58

    9:13

    The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study: My Three Biggest

    Takeaways

    Prof Eve Higginbotham

    9:13

    9:15

    Introduction

    Is Hypotony Getting You Down? - Hypotony Management Following Glaucoma Filtering Surgery

    Prof Graham Lee & Dr George Kong and panel

    9:15

    9:20

    Hypotony after Xen

    Dr Judy Ku

    9:20

    9:25

    Hypotony after Trabeculectomy - Early

    George Kong

    9:25

    9:30

    Hypotony after Trabeculectomy - Late

    Lance Liu

    9:30

    9:35

    Hypotony after Trabeculectomy - Scleral patch

    Graham Lee

    9:35

    9:40

    Hypotony after Trabeculectomy - Trab/Xen

    Ridia Lim

    9:40

    9:45

    Hypotony after Tube - Early

    Graham Lee

    9:45

    9:50

    Hypotony after Tube - K Pro

    Dr Colin Clement

    9:50

    9:55

    Revision of Preserflo

    Graham Lee

    9:55

    10:15

    Questions and discussion

     

    10:15

    10:20

    Sponsor Presentation

     

    10:20

    10:50

    Morning Tea, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    10:50

    12:42

    Session 11: Clinical insights

    Chairs: TBA

    10:50

    11:10

    The art of seeing (Landscape photography)

    Christopher David Thomson

    (thepicturelounge.co.nz)

    11:10

    11:20

    Novel ab externo guide-wire technique for ciliary sulcus implantation of glaucoma drainage devices

    Dr Xingdi Wang

    11:20

    11:30

    Luminal stenting with removable 10-0 Nylon during Preserflo microshunt glaucoma surgery reduces postoperative hypotony

    Dr Mark Hassall

    11:30

    11:40

    Long-term Safety Profile and Subsequent Interventions following Hydrus microstent implantation: Data from the SPECTRUM MIGS Registry

    A/Prof Ashish Agar

    11:40

    11:50

    Impact of glaucoma iStents on refractive outcomes following combined cataract and glaucoma surgery with toric intraocular lenses

    A/Prof Tim Roberts

    11:50

    12:00

    A Comparison of the PAUL Glaucoma Implant and the Baerveldt Glaucoma Implant for the Treatment of Glaucoma

    Dr Nathan Kerr

    12:00

    12:10

    A comparison of the XEN-45 Gel Implant, PRESERFLO MicroShunt, and trabeculectomy for the management of glaucoma

    Dr Nathan Kerr

    12:10

    12:40

    Film Festival

    Graham and Ridia

    12:40

    12:42

    Sponsor Presentation

     

    12:42

    13:00

    Conference closing

     

    12:42

    12:47

    ANZGS Trainee Presentation Prize - Ivan Goldberg Scholarship

    Speaker TBA

    12:47

    12:52

    Glaucoma Australia Trainee Presentation Prizes - Miss Kathleen Holmes Scholarship

    Speaker TBA

    12:52

    13:00

    Congress Close

    Dr Jesse Gale

    13:00

    14:00

    Lunch, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

    14:00

    15:00

    Pack-out

    Queenstown & Wakatipu Room

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    990,00 AUD
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    Gebühren ab
    550,00 AUD
    medizinisches Fachpersonal
    Gebühren ab
    450,00 AUD
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