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Health Economics and Policy

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Glaucoma: Going the Distance

| Constance Okeke

Through innovative methods of educating, screening and diagnosing the world’s population, we can win the battle against glaucoma

Subspecialties Cataract

Dousing the Post-Cataract Flames

| Rochelle Nataloni

Anti-inflammatories that reduce patient adherence or offer a more reliable delivery mechanism are driving the evolution of postoperative regimens

Business & Profession Health Economics and Policy

Why Sight Is a Gender Issue

| Ian Wishart

Women are the disproportionate victims of avoidable blindness – they need to be put at the center of global advocacy work

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Bringing Glaucoma Management HOME

| Sponsored by Icare

The Icare HOME tonometer enables 24-hour IOP monitoring – any time, any place

Business & Profession Glaucoma

A Pressing Matter

Sitting down with… Keith Martin, Ringland Anderson Professor and Head of Ophthalmology, University of Melbourne

Subspecialties Retina

A Hot Topic(al) for DME

| Lauren Robertson

Could a novel formulation technology offer an injection-free alternative for diabetic macular edema patients?

Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

AI: Access All Areas

| Xiao-Yu Song

To unlock the full potential of machine learning for ophthalmology, the industry needs to determine responsible policies and best practices

Subspecialties Retina

Into the Deep

| Carlos Ciller

Large-scale analysis of clinical trial data involves numerous challenges and significant manpower. Can deep learning facilitate the process?

Subspecialties Business and Innovation

Targeted Solutions

| Eric Bernabei

Combining genetic testing with AI and machine learning offers virtually unlimited opportunities in disease detection, management, and treatment

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

AI to Interpret

| Andrey Kuropyatnyk, Maria Znamenska

The future of eye care will rely on artificial intelligence-driven imaging interpretation – in the clinic and out

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