VBS is excited to bring you a series of virtual retina activities intended to bring the VBS community together to discuss the most exciting surgeries and developments in our field. The virtual series format will include speakers and panelists with robust discussion and an interactive format whereby audience members are encouraged to participate.
Part Three: July 29, 2020 |
8:30-11:00 PM ET
Part Four: NEW DATE! August 18, 2020 |
8:30-10:30 PM ET
The VBS Annual Meeting returns in a social distancing- compliant fashion with VBS 8: Virtual Series Part Three! VBS 8: Virtual Series Part Three - X-Surgeons features surgical debates on subretinal fluid drainage techniques during RRD repair (Drs. Steve Charles, Gerardo Garcia, & Avni Finn) and early PPV for PDR (Drs. Maria Berrocal & Yasha Modi), latest updates on the geographic atrophy treatment pipeline (Dr. Carl Regillo), lightening surgical rounds (Drs. Sarah Read, Sara Rahmani, Kimberly Tran, & Nicholas Farber), and a discussion on wellness during the COVID-19 era (Dr. Andrew Schimel). Our moderators include Drs. John Kitchens, Thomas Albini, & Priya Sharma Vakharia. Immediately following the VBS 8 Virtual Series event (8:30-10pm EST), we will host a symposium (10-11p EST) sponsored by Genentech featuring David Eichenbaum, MD on Exploring the Role of Angiopoietins in Retinal Disease. Registration is free.Register Now
Debate #1: Draining Fluid During RRD Repair
Drain Through the Break
Geographic Atrophy Pipeline
Self Injurious Patient
Debate #2: Management of Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Maximize In-Office Therapy
Wellness During the CoVID-19 Era
Satellite Symposium: Exploring the Role of Angiopoietins in Retinal Diseases
(Sponsored by Genentech)
The VBS Annual Meeting returns in a social distancing- compliant fashion with VBS 8: Virtual Series Part Two! We will be featuring an evening of world-class talks, including discussion on the evolution of practice patterns during COVID-19, latest developments in managing mild DME, scleral buckling pearls, and the return of the world-famous annual VBS Complications Session in a virtual format. Also included will be dynamic panel discussions, and our usual lively VBS audience participation. Registration is free.
The VBS Annual Meeting returns in a social distancing- compliant fashion with VBS 8: Virtual Series Part One, featuring a discussion of COVID-19 impact on academic and private retina institutions, pearls for subretinal gene therapy surgery and pneumatic retinopexy, first-time presentation of clinical trial results, and classic surgical debate.