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UCLA Stein Eye Institute Clinical and Research Seminar and 50th Anniversary Celebration

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June 09, 2017
UCLA Stein Eye Institute
RPB Auditorium
Los Angeles, California

The UCLA Stein Eye Institute Clinical and Research Seminar will provide ophthalmologists and vision scientists with the opportunity to discuss and share experiences, review relevant literature, and synthesize this information into a comprehensive approach to evaluation, management, and treatment of ophthalmic diseases. In addition to formal lectures, there will be ample opportunity for questions and answers and discussion among faculty and attendees.

Ophthalmology has changed substantially during the 50-year existence of the UCLA Stein Eye Institute. There is a new understanding of disease pathogenesis and new tools for diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of disease. As a result, there are new treatments for many eye disorders, and they continue to evolve.

This seminar will highlight several important areas of ophthalmic practice and research, while reflecting on the changes in each field over the past 50 years that have led to our current understanding of disease mechanisms and management strategies.

For more information visit the CME web site.

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