• Price 25$

  • Language English

About this Course

Retinal vasculitis is one of the most common yet poorly understood manifestations of intraocular inflammation. It can be limited to the eye or associated with significant systemic diseases. In this course, we will explore the wide range of presentations of retinal vasculitis and the clinical signs that can lead us to appropriate laboratory investigations.

Meet the Faculty


Dr. Ghazala O'Keefe is the Assistant Professor in the Retina and Uveitis sections at the Emory Eye Centre in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. She has recently published an extensive review on retinal vasculitis that describes a novel approach to the classification of the disease.


Dr Jyotirmay Biswas is the Director of Uveitis and Ocular Pathology at Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai. He is one of the pioneers of the uveitis subspecialty in India, and has nearly 500 publications and over 6000 citations to his credit. He is amongst the very few uveitis specialists in the world to have trained in ocular pathology. He is also a fine poet and writer, and was an avid marathon runner, till some time ago.

Course Structure

Date/Time Session Speakers/Participants
September 3rd, 6 PM "U & I" Session Dr. Anup Kelgaonkar and Dr. Soumyava Basu
September 10th, 6 PM Keynote lecture Dr. Ghazala A. D. O'Keefe
September 17th, 6 PM Special Interest Group Meeting Dr. Ghazala A. D. O'Keefe and Dr. Jyotirmay Biswas
September 24th, 8 PM International Grand Round USC Roski Eye Institute, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA

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