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David Chow MD

Participe à 1 Session

Dr. David Chow is an Assistant Professor at St Michael’s hospital, University of Toronto and Director of the Toronto Retina Institute. He completed his medical degree at the University of Toronto followed by a fellowship in Ocular Pathology and then Ophthalmology residency at McGill University. His vitreoretinal fellowship took place with Associated Retinal Consultants in Royal Oak, Michigan at William Beaumont hospital. His first staff position was at McGill University where he worked for 5 years as the Director of Retinal Research and the Vitreoretinal Fellowship. He then moved to Chicago to join Illinois Retina Associates where he worked for 5 years and restarted the Vitreoretinal Fellowship. He subsequently moved back to his hometown in Toronto 12 years ago. He has served on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Retina Specialists as head of the Film Festival and Research. He co-founded the Canadian Retina Society, Best of Retina meeting and ASRS Fellows Forum for which he served as the Program director for the 8 years. He was the Editor in Chief of the journal Techniques in Ophthalmology and co-authored the textbook, Microincisional Vitrectomy Surgery and principally authored the textbook, OCT Angiography. He has another textbook pending publication next year on Retinal Surgical training. He has authored over 60 publications and presented over 500 talks. His main interests have been Vitreoretinal Instrumentation for which he has patented and designed multiple instruments.

Sessions auxquelles David Chow MD participe

Samedi 26 Juin, 2021

Fuseau horaire: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM | 1 heure 30 minutes
Symposium élaboré conjointementRétine

Innovation in Retina Research AwardObjectifs d’apprentissage À la fin de la session, les participants pourront : Repérer des propositions canadiennes novatrices de recherche en rétine et les avantages escomptésDécrire comment l’utilisation des innovations numériques en ophtalmologie peut optimiser les soins a...