About the Course

The fellows course will provide glaucoma fellows with a comprehensive overview of current practices and controversies in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma and  experience in the latest surgical techniques. Fellows will be able to view surgical techniques and instrumentation and discuss how recent clinical trial evidence translates into the clinical setting.

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Course Objectives

At the completion of this educational activity, attendees will be better able to:

  • Understand how glaucoma pathophysiology relates to risk of disease progression, diagnosis, and treatment
  • Identify patients at risk for glaucoma and diagnose those with glaucoma early
  • Select treatment optimally based on patient-specific needs and preferences
  • Minimize treatment-related complications through the optimal use of devices and surgical procedures


Application to Attend

Due to an overwhelming demand to attend this event, limited space is available.  Your application will be reviewed and you be notified within 1 week of your application if your registration is confirmed.  You must be a current glaucoma fellows to participate in this course.


The educational scholarship support covers the following for qualified fellows:

  • Meals and refreshments during the course.
  • Hotel reimbursement for 1 night in Chicago with receipt.
  • $400 travel stipend (proof of attendance required).

Limited space available, please register early.


Planning Committee

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Leon W. Herndon Jr., MD
Duke Eye Center
Course Director

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Sanjay G. Asrani, MD
Duke Eye Center

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Kelly W. Muir, MD, MHSc
Duke Eye Center

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