Buffalo, New York

June 6-8, 2019

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Hotel Registration

 
 
 
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Schedule of Events (Tentative)

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Thursday, June 6

Morning

08:30 Registration/Poster Viewing

09:00 Dichoptic Therapy for Amblyopia

09:30 Papers

10:30 BREAK (15 minutes)

11:00 Orthoptic Student Presentations

11:30 Student Presentations

12:00 LUNCH (1 hour)

Evening

01:00 Adult Strabismus Panel

01:30 Case Presentations

02:30 BREAK (15 minutes)

03:00 OrthOPTICS! Session

03:30 - 5:00 Papers

Total CEC for 6/6/19 6.0

06:00 RECEPTION

FRIDAY, JUNE 7

Morning

08:00 Poster Presentations

08:30 Presentations

09:30 Guest Speaker

10:00 Guest Speaker

10:30 BREAK (15 minutes)

11:00 Papers

12:00 LUNCH (1 hour)

Evening

01:00 Guest Speaker

01:30 - 3:00 Papers

Total CEC for 6/7/19 5.25

5:00 OPTIONAL BALL GAME

Saturday, June 8

Morning

08:00 Translational Orthoptics

08:30 Papers

09:30 Free Papers

10:00 BREAK (15 minutes)

10:30 Papers

11:00 Orthoptic Jeopardy!

12:00 END OF MEETING

Total CEC for 6/8/19 3.75

Total CEC for Meeting 15.0 CEC

 
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Guest Speaker

The Ross Eye Institute and the Buffalo Ophthalmologic society are pleased to announce our Special Invited Speaker:

Alan B. Scott, MD

Alan B. Scott, MD

Alan B. Scott, MD

Alan B. Scott, founding member and former director (1982-2004) of the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, has practiced adult and pediatric ophthalmology for more than 50 years and is best known for his groundbreaking work in developing and manufacturing botulinum toxin type A for strabismus. More recently, he has been working with bupivacaine to strengthen extraocular muscles.  

Dr. Scott founded the Strabismus Research Foundation in 2013, where he continues to work as a senior scientist. He has published dozens of articles and papers, and is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including the Linksz Medal (International Strabismus Association), the Proctor Medal (Association for Vision and Research in Ophthalmology), the Parks Silver Medal (American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus), the Lifetime Achievement Award (International Toxin Association), and the Senior Award (American Academy of Ophthalmology).  We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Scott will be awarded the 2019 Lucien Howe Medal at our meeting in June!

 
 
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Accommodations

Buffalo Marriott HARBORCENTER

A block of rooms has been reserved For meeting attendees, speakers and guests. click the following link by may 5, 2019 to take advantage of this great low price and save your spot.

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Transportation

Here are the best ways to get around Buffalo

Air: Buffalo Niagara International Airport

Ground: Uber, Lyft, NFTA (Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority), Various Taxi & Rental Car options also available.

Host hotel address: Buffalo Marriott HARBORCENTER 95 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14203

NFTA-Metrorail allow provides access between the Marriott, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Sahlen Field

 
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Entertainment & Social Activities

Play Ball!

Friday, June 7: Lehigh valley iron pigs vs. buffalo bisons

Location: Sahlen Field Home of the Buffalo bisons

Time: 7:05PM (5-6:30PM Happy Hour Specials in the park)

What is Included: Blocked Seating, Hot dog & Soda, Fireworks,Friends Tribute Night, Happy hour Specials

Price: $25 Per Person


I made it to Buffalo, now what do I do?

Wondering what things there are to do while your visiting Buffalo? Look no further. We’ve put together a list of Activities & Events happening in the area June 6-9th.

Click Here to Download our Visitor’s Guide to Buffalo

Get Excited To Visit! Watch this video to see what Buffalo is all about!

 

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