Grand Rounds, Seminars, and Conferences

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Title: Grand Rounds: “Current and Future Perspective of Corneal Tissue”
Speaker(s): Che J. Connon, PhD
Institution: Newcastle University, Institute of Genetic Medicine
Location: NYU Langone Eye Center | 222 East 41st Street, Conference Room A
Time: 7:10AM – 8:00AM

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Title: Grand Rounds: “Window to Understanding Multisensory Large-scale Brain Networks through Optogenetic Functional MRI (fMRI)”
Speaker(s): Alex T. Leong, PhD
Institution: The University of Hong Kong
Location: NYU Langone Eye Center | 222 East 41st Street, Conference Room A
Time: 7:10AM – 8:00AM

Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Title: Grand Rounds: Global Ophthalmology
Speaker(s): Leela Raju, MD
Institution: NYU School of Medicine
Location: NYU Langone Eye Center | 222 East 41st Street, Conference Room A
Time: 7:10AM – 8:00AM

Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Title: Research Seminar Series: The Zoster Eye Disease Study
Speaker(s): Elisabeth Cohen, MD
Institution: NYU School of Medicine
Location: NYU Langone Main Campus | MSB, Murphy Conference Room
Time: 4:00PM – 5:00PM

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Title: Grand Rounds: Glaucoma Resident Case Presentations
Speaker(s): Assumpta Madu, MD, MBA, PharmD & Joseph Panarelli, MD
Institution: NYU School of Medicine
Location: NYU Langone Eye Center | 222 East 41st Street, Conference Room A
Time: 7:10AM – 8:00AM

Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Title: Grand Rounds: Resident Case Presentations, Ocular Oncology
Speaker(s): Irina Belinsky, MD
Institution: NYU School of Medicine
Location: NYU Langone Eye Center | 222 East 41st Street, Conference Room A
Time: 7:10AM – 8:00AM

We look forward to seeing you there!  Any questions, please call 212-263-2573.

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