International Conference The Annual French-American Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Symposium A Two-Day Symposium FRIDAY JUNE 5th and SATURDAY JUNE 6th, 2009 Locations Mount Sinai School of Medicine and The New York Academy of Medicine New York, NY Sponsored By: Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology and Sponsored by Provided in the Department of Otolaryngology – Conjunction With Head and Neck Surgery The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pierre and Marie Curie University, Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital, Paris, France PROGRAM GOALS This program is designed to provide a unique global perspective of important medical topics in research and development in the fields of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of the meeting, participants will be able to: • Define new approaches to patient treatment. • Appraise performance and outcomes of patient care. • Apply new research in patient care. • Manage and appropriately treat diseases of the eye and head and neck. • Analyze treatment options for ocular and periocular diseases. • Identify patients at a risk for complications of thyroid surgery. • Assess and reduce complications associated with thyroid surgery. • Assess the clinical indications for orbital decompression and provide an overview of the surgical techniques. • Evaluate sinonasal neoplasms and their indications for treatment from both a therapeutic and surgical approach. MEETING INFORMATION OTOLARYNGOLOGY OPHTHALMOLOGY FRIDAY, JUNE 5th, 2009 FRIDAY, JUNE 5th, 2009 7:30AM – 1:00PM 7:30AM – 1:00PM Mount Sinai School of Medicine Mount Sinai School of Medicine 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street Stern Auditorium Stern Auditorium SATURDAY, JUNE 6th, 2009 FRIDAY, JUNE 5th, 2009 8:00AM – 12:00PM 1:00PM – 5:30PM Mount Sinai School of Medicine Mount Sinai School of Medicine 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street Stern Auditorium Stern Auditorium SATURDAY, JUNE 6th, 2009 7:30AM – 12:00PM The New York Academy of Medicine 1216 Fifth Avenue @ 103rd Street Conference Room 20 ——————— AGENDA ——————— Friday, June 5th, 2009 JOINT OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLARYNGOLOGY SESSION Mount Sinai School of Medicine • 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street, Stern Auditorium 7:30 AM . . . .Welcome Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00 . . . . . .Introduction THE EYELID AND PERIORBITAL REGION 8:15 . . . . . .Management of eyelid after facial palsy (USA – Eric Genden, MD) 8:30 . . . . . .Blepharoplasty: choosing the appropriate patient. How to prevent and manage the periorbital rejuvenation complications (Monaco – Philippe Berros, MD) 8:45 . . . . . .Non-cosmetic uses of Botox and fillers for eyelid and periocular conditions (USA – Murray Meltzer, MD) ORBITAL ANATOMY AND SURGERY 9:00 . . . . . .Orbital volumetric shifts and surface anatomy: A three dimensional exploration of the periocular region (USA – Ebrahim Elahi, MD) 9:15 . . . . . .Orbital decompression - The otolaryngologist perspective (USA – Satish Govindaraj, MD) 9:30 . . . . . .Management of orbital trauma (USA – William Lawson, MD, DDS) MEDICOLEGAL CONSIDERATIONS 9:45 . . . . . .Benefits and limits of information given to the patient in the case of ENT surgery for benign lesions (France – Olivier Laccoureye, MD, PhD) 10:00 . . . . .Break and Exhibits ORBITAL AND SINUS COMPLICATIONS 10:30 . . . . .Complications of surgery of the orbit (France – Jacques Lagier, MD) 10:45 . . . . .Orbital complications of sinus surgery: diagnosis and prevention (France – Philippe Herman, MD, PhD) POSTER PRESENTATIONS 11:00 . . . . .Poster Presentations (not CME accredited) 12:00 PM . . .Lunch 1:00 . . . . . .Conclusion of Joint Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Session OPHTHALMOLOGY AFTERNOON SESSION Mount Sinai School of Medicine • 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street, Stern Auditorium RETINA SESSION Moderators: Gabriel Coscas, MD; Quan Dong Nguyen, MD; Steven Schwartz, MD; Eric Haim Souied, MD, PhD 1:00 PM . . . .Spectral Domain OCT: Outer retinal layers in AMD (France – Gabriel Coscas, MD) 1:12 . . . . . .Updates on Complement Inhibition and Therapy for Geographic Atrophy (USA – Jason Slakter, MD) 1:24 . . . . . .Frontiers in Imaging (USA – Steven Schwartz, MD) 1:36 . . . . . .Choroidal Imaging with OCT (USA – Rick Spaide, MD) 1:48 . . . . . .OCT in High Myopia (France – Alain Gaudric, MD) 2:00 . . . . . .20, 23, 25 G for Vitrectomy: Indications for Size Choice (USA – Diana Do, MD) 2:12 . . . . . .Optimized Follow Up for Anti-VEGF Treatment in Exudative AMD (France – Eric Haim Souied, MD, PhD) 2:24 . . . . . .Cone Rescue in Retinal Degenerations: A Translational Approach (France – José Sahel, MD) 2:36 . . . . . .Pharmacologic Agents in Development for Retinal Vascular Diseases (USA – Quan Dong Nguyen, MD) 2:48 . . . . . .Panel Discussion / Questions and Answers 3:00 . . . . . .Break and Exhibits ONCOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY SESSION Moderators: Laurence Desjardins, MD; David Abramson, MD; Jerry Shields, MD, Carol Shields, MD 3:30 . . . . . .Intra-arterial Melphalan in the Treatment of Retinoblastoma (USA – David Abramson, MD) 3:42 . . . . . .ERG Monitoring for Retinal Toxicity during Intra-arterial Chemotherapy for Retinoblastoma (USA – Scott Brodie, MD) 3:54 . . . . . .Hot Topics in Uveal Melanoma (USA – Carol Shields, MD) 4:06 . . . . . .Novel Therapeutic Modalities for Malignant Choroidal Melanoma (France – Laurence Desjardins, MD) 4:18 . . . . . .The effect of Tamsulosin (Flomax) on the Iris Vasculature in Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome (USA – Alan Friedman, MD) 4:30 . . . . . .Tumors of the conjunctiva (USA – Jerry Shields, MD) 4:42 . . . . . .Case Presentations (USA – David Abramson, MD; France – Nathalie Cassoux, MD, PhD; France – Laurence Desjardins, MD; USA – Carol Shields, MD; USA – Jerry Shields, MD) 5:18 . . . . . .Panel Discussion 5:30 PM . . . .Adjourn ——————— AGENDA ——————— Saturday, June 6th, 2009 OTOLARYNGOLOGY MORNING SESSION Mount Sinai School of Medicine • 1468 Madison Avenue @ 101st Street, Stern Auditorium 8:00 AM . . . .Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:20 . . . . . .Introduction THYROID 8:30 . . . . . .Complications after thyroid surgery: incidence and risk factors (USA – Eric Genden, MD) Management of vocal paralysis after thyroid surgery (France – Olivier Laccoureye, MD, PhD) HEAD AND NECK 9:15 . . . . . .Lethal outcome after tonsillectomy: keypoints of the medical and judiciary evaluation (France – Olivier Laccoureye, MD, PhD) Management of benign laryngeal lesions (USA – Kenneth Altman, MD, PhD) 10:00 . . . . .Break and Exhibits PEDIATRIC ENT 10:30 . . . . .Acute upper airway obstruction in children: diagnosis and management (France – Vincent Couloigner, MD) Endoscopic management of airway obstruction in the pediatric patient (USA – Michael Rothschild, MD) SINUS AND SKULL BASE 11:15 . . . . .Recent advances in sinus/skull base endoscopic surgery (France – Philippe Herman, MD, PhD) Strategy for removal of sinonasal neoplasms (USA – Satish Govindaraj, MD) 11:45 . . . . .Questions and Discussion 12:00 PM . . .Adjourn OPHTHALMOLOGY MORNING SESSION The New York Academy of Medicine • 1216 Fifth Avenue @ 103rd Street, Conference Room 20 7:30 AM . . . .Registration and Continental Breakfast OCULAR INFLAMMATION SESSION Moderators: C. Stephen Foster, MD; Douglas Jabs, MD, MBA; Phuc LeHoang, MD, PhD; Narsing Rao, MD 8:00 . . . . . .Inflammatory Markers for Dry Eye Disease (USA – Daniel Brocks, MD; Penny Asbell, MD) 8:12 . . . . . .Infectious Keratitis (France – Laurent Laroche, MD) 8:24 . . . . . .Updated Management of Scleritis (USA – Douglas Jabs, MD, MBA) 8:36 . . . . . .New Insights in the Pathophysiology of AZOOR (USA – Rick Spaide, MD) 8:48 . . . . . .Ocular Toxoplasmosis: To Treat or Not to Treat? (USA – Narsing Rao, MD) 9:00 . . . . . .Tissue Diagnosis of Primary Intraocular (Retinal) Lymphoma (USA – Chi-Chao Chan, MD) 9:12 . . . . . .Voclosporin for Non-infectious Uveitis – The Role of a New Calcineurin Inhibitor (USA – Quan Dong Nguyen, MD) 9:24 . . . . . .New Diagnostic Procedures in Uveitis (France – Bahram Bodaghi, MD, PhD) 9:36 . . . . . .New Immunomodulatory Therapies (USA – C. Stephen Foster, MD) 9:48 . . . . . .Case Presentations (USA – Narsing Rao, MD; USA – Quan Dong Nguyen, MD; France – Phuc LeHoang, MD, PhD) 10:08 . . . . .Panel Discussion / Questions and Answers 10:30 . . . . .Break – Poster Presentations and Exhibits GLAUCOMA SESSION Moderators: Howard Cohn, MD, Robert Ritch, MD 11:00 . . . . .Understanding the Narrow Angle by Videogonioscopy (USA/France – Howard Cohn, MD) 11:12 . . . . .Systemic Manifestations of Exfoliation Syndrome (USA – Robert Ritch, MD) 11:24 . . . . .Update on Non-Penetrating Glaucoma Surgery (France – Yves Lachkar, MD) 11:36 . . . . .Case Presentations (USA/France – Howard Cohn, MD; USA – Robert Ritch, MD) 11:48 . . . . .Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks 12:00 PM . . .Adjourn 12:15 . . . . .Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology guided tour FACULTY HONORARY PRESIDENTS FOR THE OPHTHALMOLOGY PROGRAM Gabriel J. Coscas, MD (France) C. Stephen Foster, MD, FACS (USA) Professor of Ophthalmology Founder Chairman Emeritus Massachusetts Eye Research and Eye University Clinic Surgery Institute Hospital of Creteil Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology University of Paris XII Harvard Medical School COURSE DIRECTORS and PLANNERS Eric Genden, MD (USA) Douglas A. Jabs, MD, MBA (USA) Professor and Chairman, Otolaryngology Professor and Chairman, Ophthalmology Mount Sinai School of Medicine Mount Sinai School of Medicine Philippe Herman, MD, PhD (France) Phuc LeHoang, MD, PhD (France) Professor of Otolaryngology Professor and Chairman, Ophthalmology Lariboisiere Hospital Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital Zinaria Williams, MD (USA) Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology Quan Dong Nguyen, MD, MSc (USA) Mount Sinai School of Medicine Associate Professor, Ophthalmology Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute Johns Hopkins University and Hospital MOUNT SINAI FACULTY — OTOLARYNGOLOGY Kenneth Altman, MD, PhD William Lawson, MD, DDS Associate Professor, Otolaryngology Professor and Vice-Chair, Otolaryngology Director, Grabscheid Voice Center Michael Rothschild, MD Eric Genden, MD Clinical Professor, Otolaryngology & Pediatrics Professor and Chairman, Otolaryngology Satish Govindaraj, MD Assistant Professor, Otolaryngology MOUNT SINAI FACULTY — OPHTHALMOLOGY Penny Asbell, MD Alan Friedman, MD Professor of Ophthalmology Clinical Professor, Ophthalmology Daniel Brocks, MD Douglas A. Jabs, MD, MBA Associate of Ophthalmology Professor and Chairman, Ophthalmology Scott Brodie, MD Murray Meltzer, MD Associate Professor, Ophthalmology Professor of Ophthalmology Ebrahim Elahi, MD Associate Clinical Professor, Ophthalmology GUEST FACULTY — OTOLARYNGOLOGY Philippe Berros, MD (Monaco) Olivier Laccoureye, MD (France) Directions: Oculoplastic Surgeon, Ophthalmology Professor in Otolaryngology www.mssm.edu/theschool/directions/shtml Princess Grace Hospital Monaco (CHPG Monaco) G. Pompidou European Hospital Monaco Paris, France Parking is available on E. 99th Street between Madison and Park Avenues Vincent Couloigner, MD (France) Jacques Lagier, MD (France) Pediatric ENT Ophthalmology and Maxillofacial Surgery Necker Hospital, Enfants Malades, AP-HP Founding Member, French Society of Paris, France Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery For Registration Information Contact: Nice, France Lori Berardis, Program Coordinator Philippe Herman, MD, PhD (France) Professor in Otolaryngology Tel: 212-731-7950 • Fax: 212-731-7930 Lariboisiere Hospital E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Paris, France FACULTY GUEST FACULTY — OPHTHALMOLOGY David Abramson, MD (USA) Laurent Laroche, MD (France) Professor of Ophthalmic Oncology Professor of Ophthalmology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Universite Pierre et Marie Curie New York, NY Centre Hospitalier National d’Ophtalmologie des Quinze-Vingts Paris, France Bahram Bodaghi, MD, PhD (France) Professor of Ophthalmology Phuc LeHoang, MD, PhD (France) Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Professor and Chairman Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Paris, France Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital Paris, France Nathalie Cassoux, MD, PhD (France) Consultant Jason Slakter, MD (USA) Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital New York University Paris, France New York, NY Chi-Chao Chan, MD (USA) Quan Dong Nguyen, MD (USA) Immunopathology Section Laboratory Associate Professor of Ophthalmology National Eye Institute Wilmer Eye Institute Bethesda, MD Baltimore, MD Howard C. Cohn, MD (USA/France) Narsing A. Rao, MD (USA) Adjunct Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Professor of Ophthalmology Cornell University Doheny Eye Institute New York, NY Los Angeles, CA Consultant Ophthalmologist American Hospital of Paris Robert Ritch, MD (USA) Paris, France Professor of Ophthalmology The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary Gabriel Coscas, MD (France) New York, NY Professor Emeritus Chairman Department of Ophthalmology José Sahel, MD (France) Universite Paris XII Professor of Ophthalmology Creteil, France Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Fondation Ophtalmologique A. de Rothschild Laurence Desjardins, MD (France) Paris, France Chairman of Ophthalmic Oncology Institut Curie Steven D. Schwartz, MD (USA) Paris, France Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Jules Stein Eye Institute Diana Do, MD (USA) Los Angeles, CA Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Wilmer Eye Institute Carol Shields, MD (USA) Baltimore, MD Professor of Ophthalmology Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, C. Stephen Foster, MD (USA) Wills Eye Institute Professor of Ophthalmology Philadelphia, PA Harvard Medical School Boston, MA Jerry Shields, MD (USA) Professor of Ophthalmology Alain Gaudric, MD (France) Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Professor and Chairman Wills Eye Institute Department of Ophthalmology Philadelphia, PA Lariboisière Hospital Paris, France Eric Haim Souied, MD, PhD (France) Professor of Ophthalmology Yves Lachkar, MD (France) Creteil University Eye Clinic Head, Department of Ophthalmology Creteil, France Saint Joseph Foundation Hospital Paris, France Rick Spaide, MD (USA) Vitreous, Retina, Macula Consultants of New York New York, NY Tarifs du congrès pour les participants français : Médecins : 500 € Internes et chefs de clinique : Gratuit (sur justificatif) Renseignements et inscriptions sur le site internet www.rfa-ophtalmo.com _____________________________________________________ APPEL À POSTERS Les organisateurs appellent les participants à proposer des posters ou des cas cliniques qui seront présentés et discutés en session plénière. 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