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Resident Forum 2021

The residency program at Berkeley Optometry admits the best qualified post-graduate optometrists and provides them with advanced clinical education and concentrated clinical experience in specialty areas of optometry. Our residents encounter many interesting cases during their year of specialized study. The Resident Forum is a chance for you to attend a grand rounds presentation by residents from UC Berkeley, San Francisco VA, Palo Alto VA, Reno VA, and Fresno VA. Earn up to 7 COPE-approved hours of continuing education.

Date & Schedule

Thursday, June 17, 2021
Registration for this program is currently CLOSED.

Resident Forum Morning Session

Please see below for our schedule of speakers and topics for the Resident Forum morning session.

An Atypical Case of Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Dr. Emma Ly
San Francisco VA
Delayed Onset Choroidal Neovascularization Secondary to Ocular Trauma

Dr. Jessica Gee, Palo Alto VA
AMD Masqueraders: Distinguishing Fact From Fraudulent

Dr. Claire Henry
Fresno VA
Pituitary Adenoma: A Case Series

Dr. Sharon Heng
Fresno VA
Peripapillary Hyperreflective Ovoid Mass-like Lesions: An OCT Finding in Anomalous Optic Discs

Dr. Jamie Ngo, Palo Alto VA
Drance of Doom

Dr. Akirta Sran
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
Myopia - The Ultimate Confounder

Dr. Quan Dao
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
MIGS: A Review of the Current Devices

Dr. Eric Viloria
Palo Alto VA
Wander Vision: Congenital vs Acquired Nystagmus

Dr. Thuy-Trang Nguyen
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
Visual Neglect After Stroke

Dr. Emily Guo
Palo Alto VA
Seeing Red

Dr. Jessica Broodryk
UC Berkeley School of Optometry

Resident Forum Afternoon Session

Please see below for our schedule of speakers and topics for the Resident Forum afternoon session.

The Optometric Management of Thyroid Eye Disease

Dr. Kalina Grimm
San Francisco VA
Ocular Manifestations of Lymphoma

Dr. Anita Ng
Fresno VA
Shape of the Eyes

Dr. Grace Tseng
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
Special Scleral Lens Applications

Dr. Liandra Jung
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
Keratoconus in Kids & Pediatric Prescribing

Dr. Danielle Kolschefski
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
When There's A Little Too Much Red: A Look at Preretinal Hemorrhages

Dr. Jullie Ngo, Reno VA
A Curious Case of Optic Disc Swelling

Dr. Esther Kim
Reno VA
The ABCDs of Amaurosis Fugax

Dr. Justin Duong-Mac
San Francisco VA
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Registration Details

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Registration for this program is currently CLOSED. Registered attendees received an email 24 hours prior to the lecture date with additional event information and a link to the syllabus download. If you did not receive this email, please notify us at optoce@berkeley.edu.

[accordion header1="Pricing" tab1=" Early Registration Fees (Before June 1, 2021)

Full Program: $175
Morning Session Only: $110
Afternoon Session Only: $82.50
Resident Alumni Session Only: $30

Regular Registration Fees (After June 1, 2021)

Full Program: $192.50
Morning Session Only: $120
Afternoon Session Only: $90
Resident Alumni Session Only: $30
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CE Credits

7 CE hours were available for the full Resident Forum program.

June 13, 2021 - Morning Session
COPE Course #72884-GO; COPE Activity #121891 : 4 CE Hours

June 13, 2021 - Afternoon Session
COPE Course #72909-GO; COPE Activity #121891 : 3 CE Hours

Sponsors

Thank you to our Resident Forum 2021 sponsors.

Questions?

View our Frequently Asked Questions page for information on registration, CE credit guidelines, certification letters, cancellations, and refunds.