ASCRS’ The Voice of Ophthalmology Wants You!
This is your opportunity to take center stage!
Submit your audition video and snag a chance at becoming a contestant in Season 3 of ASCRS’ The Voice of Ophthalmology!
- May not exceed 30 seconds.
- Tell us why you should be on ASCRS’ The Voice of Ophthalmology, Season 3.
- Describe your proposed controversial topic in anterior segment surgery; view 2019 topics to use as inspiration.
- Explain why you think your controversial topic in anterior segment surgery is suitable for debate with an expert panel.
- Submit via text to 703-717-3770 or email to ASCRSVoice@ascrs.org.
- Submissions accepted from Oct 31 – Dec 31, 2019.
*Contestants will be selected based on knowledge of the topic, passion, creativity and stage presence.
will be selected to compete on stage in ASCRS’ The Voice of Ophthalmology during the Sunday General Session at the 2020 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Boston.
ASCRS Sunday General Session – ASCRS’ The Voice of Ophthalmology
Sunday, May 17, 2020
Host: Edward J. Holland, MD
Featuring ophthalmology stars and ASCRS’ The Voice of Ophthalmology coaches:
John Berdahl, MD
Terry Kim, MD
Nate Radcliffe, MD
Liz Yeu, MD
Session attendees will vote to select the winning presentation during the session.
PUMP THE BRAKES ON MIGS: We Should Pause and Re-Evaluate the Use of MIGS
BACK TO BACK CATARACT SURGERY: BRING IT ON: It is Time to Consider Bilateral Sequential Cataract Surgery
ACIOLS ARE ALIVE AND WELL: ACIOLs are Still A Reasonable Option as a Secondary IOL
ENDOPHTHALMITIS PROPHYLAXIS: INTRACAMERAL IS A MUST: Intracameral Antibiotics Are More Effective Than Topical Antibiotics for Endophthalmitis Prophylaxis
PREMIUM IOLS: GREAT OUTCOMES IN LESS THAN GREAT EYES: Presbyopia-correcting IOLs Can Be Used in Eyes with Ocular Co-morbidities