Date Presenter Topic
May 9, 2018 M&M Grand Rounds Series
February 28, 2018 CASE PRESENTATION RETINA
Daniel Churgin, MD, Retina Fellow "Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy"
Charles Calvo, MD, Retina Fellow "What is the Optimal Timing of
Retinal Detachment Repair?"
Chris Ricks, MD, PGY3 "An Update on ROP Diagnosis,
Treatment and Outcomes"
February 21, 2018 Nicholas A. Delamere, PhD, Dept. Head, Physiology, Professor of Physiology & Ophthalmology, University of Arizona "Connexins, Connections and Field Studies in Eye Research"
February 14, 2018 M&M Grand Rounds Series
Marissa Larochelle, MD, Uveitis Specialist & Comprehensive Ophthalmologist "Unilateral Panuveitis: A Cautionary Tale"
Daniel Churgin, MD, Retina Fellow
"Postoperative and Post-Injection Endophthalmitis"
Chris Smith, MD, Cornea Fellow "Enucleation for Corneal Ulcer"
Feburary 7, 2018 NO GRAND ROUNDS HOUSESTAFF/FACULTY MEETING
January 31, 2018 CASE PRESENTATION Cornea, Cataract, Refractive Sx
Mark Mifflin, MD "Preliminary Results of Cornea Preservation Time Study"
Ashley Brundrett, MD, Cornea Fellow "PRK After Cornea Collagen Crosslinking"
Amy Lin, MD, Associate Professor "Flap On, Flap Off: Case Update"
January 24, 2018

Reese Feist, MD, PGY4

"Flashes and Floaters"
Tina Mamalis, MD, PGY2 "Whiteout. Management of Vision Threatening Papilled"
Nicole Colwell, MD, Neuro Resident "Post-Operative Cranial Nerve Palsy after Resection of Intracranial Tumors"
January 17, 2018 Michael Burrow, MD, PGY2 "Occam vs Hickam: A Case in Neuro-Ophthalmology"
Rebekah Gensure, MD, PhD, PGY2 "Systemic Vasculitis with Uncommon Ocular Findings”
Srav Vegunta, MD, PGY2 "Art History: Looking Through Artists' Eyes"
January 10, 2018 Chris Conrady, MD, PGY4 "Retinitis in the Immunocompromised - Anyone’s Guess"
Chris Smith, MD, Cornea Fellow "Preloaded DMEK Tissue"
Ashlie Bernhisel, MD, PGY4 "Astigmatism in a 7 Year Old Girl"
January 3, 2018 Paul Thielking, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Huntsman Cancer Institute Physician and Invetigator "Burnout, Wellness, and Self Care