Dr. Kerry Assil

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Dr. Kerry Assil, Assil Eye Institute

About Dr. Assil

In 1995 Dr. Assil came to Los Angeles to partner with Dr. Robert Sinskey, known as the father of modern-day cataract surgery. Together, they created what is now known as the Assil Eye Institute (AEI) with clinics in Beverly Hills and Santa Monica, California.

 

Today, AEI is a celebrated, world-known ophthalmology practice recognized for its standard-setting level of care and continuous efforts to advance the fields of laser refractive surgery and intraocular lens implantation.

 

People from around the world, including other eye surgeons, industry leaders, athletes, medical professionals, and celebrities seek out Dr. Assil. Dr. Assil’s focus, as always, is providing the highest quality eye care, to all his patients, in a professional and compassionate manner.

 

At AEI, Dr. Assil has assembled a team of surgeons that includes fellowship-trained specialists in the areas of the Retina, Cataracts and Glaucoma that complement his areas of expertise and provide a comprehensive spectrum of ophthalmology services.

618 Total 1st Party Reviews
4.9 out of 5 Stars
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Dr. Kerry Assil's accomplishments include: 

  • Performing ground-breaking procedures in the field of laser refractive surgery, cataracts and implantable lenses
  • Developing new techniques and protocols in refractive, cataract and vision-restoring surgery
  • Being a published author in over 100 text books and articles
  • Speaking as a Distinguished Professor Lecturer at Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Baylor, UCLA and top international medical schools
  • Training over 14,000 physicians worldwide in refractive and cataract surgical advances through international symposia, workshops and seminars
  • Serving as editor and reviewer of numerous scientific and medical journals
  • Fielding dozens of FDA-supervised clinical trials and serving on the advisory boards of over 20 ophthalmic devices, pharmaceutical and scientific companies
  • Appearing on network news and health/science programs as an authority on advances in vision-restoring surgeries

 

Areas of expertise include:

  • Cataract surgery – including Premium and Laser-Assisted cataract surgery
  • Laser refractive surgery – including LASIK, Epi-lasik, PRK
  • Intraocular refractive lens implantation
  • Corneal transplantation
  • Management of Dry Eye Syndrome
  • Reconstructive surgeries of the iris and cornea

 

Philanthropy:

Dr. Assil believes that to whom much is given, much is expected.  His efforts to pay it forward includes:

  • Providing pro bono services to disadvantaged patients needing advanced ophthalmologic surgeries
  • Supporting numerous local and national charities
  • Serving on the Board of Directors of Agro Vision – a company founded to convert 35,000 acres of Peruvian desert into productive farm land to provide vocational training and employment to indigenous communities.

 

Dr. Assil resides in Santa Monica where he enjoys his free time with his wife, three children and dog Milo.

 

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Education

University of California in Los Angeles

BA 1981

High Honors; Phi Beta Kappa

 

University of California in San Diego

School of Medicine

La Jolla, CA. 92093

M.D. 1986

 

Research in Ophthalmology

Wound Healing and Pharmacology

1984-1986

 

Internship in Internal Medicine

St. Mary Medical Center UCLA, Long Beach CA

July 1986- June 1987

 

Residency in Ophthalmology, Department of Ophthalmology

University of California in San Diego, La Jolla, CA

Program Director: Stuart I. Brown, M.D.

July 1987- June 1990

 

Fellowship in Cornea, External Disease and Keratorefractive Surgery

Saint Louis University, Anheuser-Busch Eye Institute

St. Louis, MO

July 1990- June 1991

Licensure

California, issued 04/18/1988

DEA, Issued 05/17/2000

Academic Appointments

Clinical Instructor

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Department of Ophthalmology, Anheuser-Busch Eye Institute

July 1991- Jan 1992

 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Department of Ophthalmology, Anheuser-Busch Eye Institute

Jan 1992- May 1993

 

Associate Professor of Ophthalmology

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Department of Ophthalmology, Anheuser-Busch Eye Institute

June 1993- Apr 1995


Medical Director and CEO

The Assil-Sinskey Eye Institute

Sept 1995- Aug 2005

 

Medical Director and CEO

The Assil Eye Institute

Sept 2005- Present

Clinical Staff Appointments

University of California in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA.

 

Saint Louis University Hospital

St. Louis, MO.

 

Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital

St. Louis, MO.

 

Saint Mary’s Health Center

Clayton, MO.

 

St. John’s Hospital and Health Center

Santa Monica, CA.

Societal Memberships

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Medical Association
  • American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
  • International Society of Refractive Surgery

Board of Directors

  • 90210 SMC
  • Agro Vision
  • Aris Vision
  • Beverly Hills Anesthesia Group
  • Beverly Hills Holdings
  • Beverly Hills Venture ASC
  • Ossio
  • OutcomeMD
  • SEI-IRB
  • Southern California Lions Eye Institute

Advisory Boards

  • Abbott Medical Optics
  • Accufocus
  • ALCON
  • Allergan
  • EyeSys Technologies
  • Johnson & Johnson Vision
  • KeraVision
  • KMI
  • LensGen
  • Lensar
  • Mid-America Eye and Tissue Bank
  • Ophtec
  • Presbia
  • TrueVision
  • Visx
  • WaveTec

Inventions and Innovations

  • Pioneered advancement of multi-vesicular liposomes for treatment of ocular diseases and cancer; 1983- 1993
  • Inventor and World’s First Surgeon to perform the Combined Technique of RK; April 1991
  • First Surgeon team in United States to perform KeraVision Intacs™ procedures; May 1991; St. Louis, Mo.)
  • Co-Inventor and First Surgeon in the United States to perform two-incision RK for correction of myopic astigmatism; January 1992
  • World’s First Surgeon to propose coupling of topographic data to guide laser corneal ablation, presented at EyeSys corneal topography course; 1992
  • World’s First Surgeon to teach Combined Technique RK, Genesis™ Diamond; May 1992
  • World’s First Surgeon to teach a national course on computerized topography to refractive surgeons; 1992; EyeSys
  • Inventor and World’s First Surgeon to perform peripheral corneal-sclerotomy for correction of hyperopia and presbyopia; January 1993 (Patent issued May 23, 1995)
  • Inventor and World’s First Surgeon to perform the undercut technique of RK, Undercut ™ Diamond; January 1993
  • Inventor and World’s First Surgeon to perform computer guided RK, Sentry Knife™; July 1993
  • World’s First Surgeon to document the pattern of post-LASIK regression pattern (Co-investigator: Arturo Chayet M.D.); 1994
  • First Surgeon in the United States to implant KeraVision Intrastromal Corneal Rings® (ICR®) (Intacs™) in Phase III FDA trials; December 10, 1996
  • First Surgeon in North America to perform Phakic IOL using Ophtec Artisan™ Lens; 1997; Mexico
  • Director of 1st multi-centered hyperopic LASIK clinical trial; 1997; Aris Vision
  • First Surgeon in California to implant Artisan™ Phakic Intraocular Lens in Phase III of FDA trials; May 1998
  • World’s First Surgeon and Inventor of Temporal Hinge LASIK; 1998
  • World’s First Surgeon to perform live web cast of new FDA approved KeraVision Intacs™ procedure on two ophthalmologists; April 1999
  • World’s First Surgeon to successfully implant Verisyse Lens in the eye of a 3-year-old; 2001
  • World’s First Surgeon and Inventor to perform Pupillometry guided LASIK for Presbyopia; 2004; Ready Vision Lasik
  • World’s First Surgeon to perform Verisyse surgery before a live international T.V. audience, Good Morning America; 2004
  • World’s First Surgeon to perform Epi-LASIK before a live national T.V. audience, Today Show; 2005
  • World’s First Surgeon and Inventor to perform Custom Tailored All-Laser LASIK; 2006
  • World’s First Surgeon, Inventor, and Co-Developer to perform Interlase Elliptical Flap procedure; August 2006
  • World’s First Surgeon to perform clinical measurements and surgical (LRI) enhancements with ORA system; July 2008
  • World’s First Surgeon to perform the 1st corneal implant surgery with the Presbia Flexiuve Microlens™
  • World’s First Surgeon to perform inplant surgery with the acufocus corneal inlay
  • Inventor and World’s First surgeon to perform EAGLE VISION™ Lasik Surgery

Scientific Publications

  • Assil, K. K. (2018, Jan/Feb). Channels of Engagement: Kerys to maintaining a successful comanagement network. Retrieved from www.millenialeye.com: https://millennialeye.com/articles/2018-jan-feb/channels-of-engagement/
  • Assil, K. K., & McCall, T. (2005). Temporal hinge laser in situ keratomileusis: maximizing treatable stromal bed area. Journal of cataract and refractive surgery, 31(6):1139-1144.
  • Assil, K. K., & Quantock, A. J. (1993). Wound healing in response to keratorefractive surgery . Survey of Ophthalmology, 38(3):289-302.
  • Assil, K. K., & Weinreb, R. N. (1987). Multivesicular Liposomes: Sustained Release of the Antimetabolite Cytarabine in the Eye. Arch Ophthalmol, 105(3): 400-403.
  • Assil, K. K., Barrett, A. M., Fouraker, B. D., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1995). One-year results of the intrastromal corneal ring in nonfunctional human eyes. Intrastromal Corneal Ring Study Group. Archives of Ophthalmology, 113(2):159-167.
  • Assil, K. K., Boxer Wachler, B. S., Durrie, D. S., & Krueger, R. R. (1999). Improvement of visual function with glare testing after photorefractive keratectomy and radial keratomy. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 128(5):582-587.
  • Assil, K. K., Boxer Wachler, B. S., Durrie, D. S., & Krueger, R. R. (1999). Role of clearance and treatment zones in contrast sensitivity: significance in refractive surgery. Journal of cataract and refractive surgery, 25(1):16-23.
  • Assil, K. K., Chang, S. H., Bhandarkar, S. G., Sturm, J. M., & Christian, W. K. (2008). Photopic pupillometry-guided laser in situ keratomileusis for hyperopic presbyopia. Journal of cataract and refractive surgery, 34(2):205-210.
  • Assil, K. K., Chayet, A. S., Montes, M., & Castellanos, A. (1997). Laser in situ keratomileusis for hyperopia: new software. Journal of refractive surgery, 13(5suppl):S434-435.
  • Assil, K. K., Chayet, A. S., Montes, M., Espinosa-Lagana, M., Castellanos, A., & Tsioulias, G. (1998). Regression and its mechanisms after laser in situ keratomileusis in mmoderate and high myopia. Ophthalmology, 105(7):1194-1999.
  • Assil, K. K., Freeman, W. R., Wiley, C. A., Gariano, R., Listhaus, A., Munguia, D., . . . Svendson, P. (1992). Experimental Intravitreal Drug Delivery for Retinal Disease. Pharmakotherapie am Auge, 231-242.
  • Assil, K. K., Frucht-Perry, J., Ziegler, E., Douglas, H., Brown, S. I., Schanzlin, D. J., & Weinreb, R. N. (1992). Fibrin-enmeshed tobramycin liposomes: single application topical therapy of Pseudomonas keratitis. Cornea, 11(5):393-397.
  • Assil, K. K., Frucht-Perry, J., Ziegler, E., Schanzlin, D., Schneiderman, T., & Weinreb, R. (1991). Tobramycin liposomes. Single subconjunctival therapy of pseudomonal keratitis. Investigative Ophthalmology & Vision Science, 32(13):3216-3220.
  • Assil, K. K., Gariano, R. F., Wiley, C. A., Munguia, D., Weinreb, R. N., & Freeman, W. R. (1994). Retinal toxicity of the antimetabolite 5-fluorouridine 5'-monophosphate administered intravitreally using multivesicular liposomes. Retina, 14(1):75-80.
  • Assil, K. K., Harris, L., & Cecka, J. (2015). Transverse vs torsional ultrasound: prospective randomized contralaterally controlled study comparing two phacoemulsification-system handpieces. Clinical Ophthamology, 9:1405-1411.
  • Assil, K. K., Hartzer, M., Weinreb, R. N., Nehorayan, M., Ward, T., & Blumenkranz, M. (1991). Liposome suppression of proliferative vitreoretinopathy. Rabbit model using antimetabolite encapsulated liposomes. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 32(11):2891-2897.
  • Assil, K. K., Kassoff, J., Schanzlin, D. J., & Quantock, A. J. (1994). A combined incision technique of redial keratotomy. A comparison to centripetal and centrifugal incision techniques in human donor eyes. Ophthalmology, 101(4):746-754.
  • Assil, K. K., Krueger, R. R., Quantock, A. J., Juhasz, T., Ito, M., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1996). Ultrastructure of picosecond laser intrastromal photodisruption. Journal of refractive surgery, 12(5):607-612.
  • Assil, K. K., Kuppermann, B. D., Vuong, C., Besen, G., Wiley, C. A., De Clercg, E., . . . Freeman, W. R. (1996). Liposome-encapsulated (S)-1-(3-hydroxy-2-phosphonylmethoxypropyl)cytosine for long-acting therapy of viral retinitis. The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 173(1):18-23.
  • Assil, K. K., Lane, J., & Weinreb, R. N. (1988). Sustained release of the antimetabolite 5-fluorouridine- 5'monophosphate by miltivescular liposomes. Ophthalmic Surg, 19(6):408-413.
  • Assil, K. K., Leibowitz, H. M., Bartlett, J. D., Rich, R., McQuirter, H., & Stewart, R. (1996). Intraocular pressure-raising potential of 1.0% rimexolone in patients responding to corticosteroids. Archives of ophthalomology, 114(8):933-937.
  • Assil, K. K., Magallanes, R., Shah, S., Zadok, D., Chayet, A. S., Montes, M., & Robledo, N. (2001). Stability after laser in situ keratomileusis in moderately and extremely myopic eyes. Journal of cataract and refractive surgery, 27(7):1007-1012.
  • Assil, K. K., Massry, G., Lehmann, R., Fox, K., & Stewart, R. (1997). Control of ocular inflammation after cataract extraction with rimexolone 1% ophthalmic suspension. Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, 23(5):750-757.
  • Assil, K. K., Meyer, J. C., Quantock, A. J., Thonar, E. J., Kincaid, M. C., & Hageman, G. S. (1996). Characterization of a central corneal cloudiness sharing features of posterior crocodile shagreen and central cloud dystrophy of François. Cornea, 15(4):347-354.
  • Assil, K. K., Parrish li, R. K., Skuta, G. L., Folberg, R., & Weinreb, R. N. (1987). Filtering Surgery in Owl Monkeys Treated with the Antimetabolite 5-Fluorouridine 5'-Monophosphate Entrapped in Multivesicular Liposomes. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 103(5):714-716.
  • Assil, K. K., Quantock, A. J., & Parks, R. (1996). Comparison of the standard combined (bidirectional) radial keratotomy technique with the undercut technique in human donor eyes. Journal of refractive surgery, 12(1):77-85.
  • Assil, K. K., Quantock, A. J., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1994). Electron microscopic evaluation of intrastromal corneal rings explanted from nonfunctional human eyes. Journal of refractive and corneal surgery, 10(2):142-148.
  • Assil, K. K., Quantock, A. J., Barrett, A. M., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1993). Corneal iron lines associated with the intrastromal corneal ring. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 116(3):350-356.
  • Assil, K. K., Saperstein , D., Weinreb, R. N., & Chojkier, M. (1995). Inhibition of collagen synthesis in human episcleral fibroblasts by calcium ionophore a23187. Journal of Glaucoma, 4(1):41-44.
  • Assil, K. K., Schanzlin, D. J., Abbott, R. L., Asbell, P. A., Burris, T. E., Durrie, D. S., . . . Waring, G. O. (2001). Two-year outcomes of intrastromal corneal ring segments for the correction of myopia. Ophthalmology, 108(9):1688-1694.
  • Assil, K. K., Shakiba, S., Listhaus, A. D., Munguia, D., Flores-Aguilar, M., Vuong , C., . . . Bergeron-Lynn, G. (1993). Evaluation of retinal toxicity and liposome encapsulation of the anti-CMV drug 2'-nor-cyclic GMP. Investigative ophthalmology & Visual Science, 34(10):2903-2910.
  • Assil, K. K., Smith Jr., E. M., Talamo, J. H., & Petashnick, D. E. (1994). Comparison of astigmatic axis in the seated and supine positions. Journal of refractive and corneal surgery, 10(6):615-620.
  • Assil, K. K., Stulting, R. D., John, M. E., Maloney, R. K., Arrowsmith, P. N., Thompson, V. M., & U.S. Verisyse Study Group. (2008). Three-year results of Artisan/Verisyse phakic intraocular lens implantation. Results of the United States Food And Drug Administration clinical trial. Ophthalmology, 115(3):464-472.
  • Assil, K. K., Sturm, J. M., & Chang, S. H. (2007). Verisyse intraocular lens implantation in a child with anisometropic amblyopia: four-year follow-up. Journal of cataract and refractive surgery, 33(11):1985-1986.
  • Assil, K. K., Verity, S. M., Suarez, E., & Torres, F. Y. (1997). Two-incision radial keratotomy for low myopia with astigmatism. Journal of Cataract and refractive surgery, 23(4):502-508.
  • Assil, K. K., Verity, S. M., Talamo, J. H., Chayet, A., Wolf, T. C., Rapoza, P., . . . Kenyon, K. (1995). The combined (Genesis) technique of radial keratotomy. A prospective, multicenter study. Refractive Keratoplasty Study Group. Ophthalmology, 102(12):1908-1916; 1916-1917.
  • Assil, K. K., Zarnegar, S. R., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1992). Visual outcome after penetrating keratoplasty with double continuous or combined interrupted and continuous suture wound closure. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 114(1):63-71.
  • Assil, K. K., Zarnegar, S. R., Fouraker, B. D., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1992). Efficacy of tobramycin-soaked collagen shields vs tobramycin eyedrop loading dose for sustained treatment of experimental Pseudomonas aeruginosa-induced kertitis in rabbits. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 113(4):418-423.
  • Besen, G., Flores-Aguilar, M., Assil, K. K., Kupperman, B. D., Gangan, P., Pursley, M., Bergeron-Lynn, G. (1995). Long-term therapy for herpes retinitis in an animal model with high-concentrated liposome-encapsulated HPMPC. Archives of Ophthalmology, 113(5):661-668.
  • Krueger, R. R., Landry, R. J., Assil, K. K., & Schanzlin, D. J. (1996). Retrephination keratoplasty for high astigmatism after penetrating keratoplasty. Journal of refractive surgery, 12(7):806-808.
  • Massry, G. G., & Assil, K. K. (1995). Pilocarpine-associated allograft rejection in postkeratoplasty patients. Cornea, 14(2):202-205.
  • Quantock, A. J., Meek, K. M., Thonar, E. J., & Assil, K. K. (1993). Synchrotron X-ray diffraction in atypical macular dystrophy. Eye, 7(pt 6):779-784.
  • Assil, K. K., & McCall, T. (2005). Temporal hinge offers larger work surface. Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery.
  • Assil, K. K. (2004). Expanding Refractive Horizons. Ophthalmology Management, 22-23.
  • Assil, K. K. (2004). Phakic Precision Vision with Verisyse. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, 26-27.
  • Assil, K. K. (2015). How FLACS helps in difficult cases. Ophthalmology Times Europe, 23-24.
  • Assil, K. K. (2016). Top U.S. LASIK Surgeon Supports Presbia's Microlens as Solution to Near-Vision. CNBC, Business Wire.
  • Assil, K. K., & Weinreb, R. N. (1987). Multivesicular Liposomes. Archieves of Ophthalmology, 105(3):400-403.
  • Assil, K. K. (2004). Expanding Refractive Horizons. Ophthalmology Management, 22-23.
  • Assil, K. K. (2004). Phakic Precision Vision with Verisyse. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, 26-27.
  • Assil, K. K. (2015). How FLACS helps in difficult cases. Ophthalmology Times Europe, 23-24.
  • Assil, K. K. (2016). Top U.S. LASIK Surgeon Supports Presbia's Microlens as Solution to Near-Vision. CNBC, Business Wire
  • Assil, K. K., & Weinreb, R. N. (1987). Multivesicular Liposomes. Archieves of Ophthalmology, 105(3):400-403.

Invited Lectures

  • “Anterior Segment Applications of the Picosecond Laser” Innovations in Cataract Surgery Symposium; Washington University School of Medicine; St. Louis, Missouri; Dec 19 1991
  • “Cataracts - A Patient's View” Army Occupational Health Symposium; St. Louis, Missouri; Feb 1992
  • “Complications of Radial Keratotomy” Radial Keratotomy Workshop; International Society of Refractive Keratoplasty; La Jolla, California. Apr 1992
  • “Picosecond Laser for Anterior Segment Disease” Summer Symposium on Refractive Surgery; American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Chicago, Illinois; Aug 8, 1992
  • “Topographic Applications in RK” EyeSys Technologies Educational Symposium; American Academy of Ophthalmology; Dallas, Texas; Nov 11, 1992
  • “Control of Corneal Curtature by Varying Suture Techniques” Cornea and Anterior Segment: Advanced Surgical Techniques (Skills Transfer Course); American Academy of Ophthalmology; Dallas, Texas; Nov 11, 1992
  • “Complications of Contact Lenses” Regional Basic Contact Lens Seminar; Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists; St. Louis, Missouri; Nov 21, 1992.
  • “Advances in Keratorefractive Surgery” Joint Annual Meeting of the Baja California; College of Ophthalmologist-Mexican Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the Latin-American Society of Anterior Segment Surgeons; Tijuana, Mexico; Dec 5, 1992
  • “Topographic Applications in RK” EyeSys Technologies Educational Symposium; Seattle, Washington; May 10, 1993
  • “Topography and Incisional Keratotomy” Corneal Topography Course; EyeSys Technologies; Jerusalem, Israel; June 21, 1993
  • “The Intrastromal Corneal Ring” Laser Corneal Surgery Update Course; Barcelona University; Barcelona, Spain; Sept 10, 1993
  • “The Genesis Technique of Radial Keratotomy” Laser Corneal Surgery Update Course; Barcelona University; Barcelona, Spain; Sept 10, 1993
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Ablations” Laser Corneal Surgery Update Course; Barcelona University; Barcelona, Spain; Sept 10, 1993
  • “Contact Lens Associated Ocular Physiology” Regional Basic Contact Lens Seminar; Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists; St. Louis, Missouri; Sept 12, 1993
  • “Practical Keratotefractive Surgery” Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary; Harvard Medical School; Boston, Massachusetts; Oct 2-3, 1993
  • “Astigmatic Keratotomy-Eliminating the Guesswork” EyeSys Technologies Educational Symposium; Chicago, Illinois; Nov 14, 1993
  • “Corneal Topography” Optical Radiation Corporation Symposium; Chicago, Illinois; Nov 14, 1993
  • “New Techniques in Refractive Surgery” Alcon Laboratories Symposium; Chicago, Illinois; Nov 14, 1993
  • “The Effect of Suturing Technique on Corneal Curvature Following Penetrating Ketatoplasty” Cornea and Anterior Segment Advanced Surgical Technique Course; American Academy of Ophthalmology; Chicago, Illinois; Nov 15, 1993
  • “Computerized Video Keratography and Penetrating Keratoplasty” EyeSys Educational Symposium; Chicago, Illinois; Nov 16, 1993
  • “Intracorneal Lasers for the Treatment of Myopia” American Academy of Ophthalmology; Chicago, Illinois; Nov 17, 1993
  • Guest Speaker; National Sjorgren’s Syndrome Association; Nov 21, 1993
  • “A Future Peek into Keratorefractive Surgery” Memphis Eye Society Meeting; Memphis, Tennessee; Dec 8, 1993
  • “Localizing the KR Axis of Astigmatism” University of Tennessee; Department of Ophthalmology; Memphis, Tennessee; Dec 9, 1993
  • “The Combined Technique of RK” University of Tennessee; Department of Ophthalmology; Memphis, Tennessee; Dec 9, 1993
  • “Keratorefractive Associated Wound Healing” University of Tennessee; Department of Ophthalmology; Memphis, Tennessee. Dec 9, 1993
  • “Management of Post PK Astigmatism” University Of Tennessee; Department of Ophthalmology; Memphis, Tennessee; Dec 9, 1993
  • “Intraoperative Control of Keratoplasty Curvature” University of Tennessee; Department of Ophthalmology. Memphis, Tennessee. Dec 9, 1993
  • “Current Status of Corneal Topography in Refractive Keratoplasty” Corneal Topography Symposium; Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists; Las Vegas, Nevada; Jan 12 1994
  • “Incisional Keratotomy Update” International Society of Refractive Keratoplasty; Refractive Surgery Symposium; Las Vegas, Nevada; Jan 13, 1994
  • “Surgical Management of Ectatic Dystrophies” Castroviejo Society Symposium; Las Vegas, Nevada; Jan 15, 1994
  • “The Intrastromal Corneal Ring” Innovations in Clinical Ophthalmology; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 27, 1994
  • “Radial Keratotomy Techniques: American, Russian, and Two-Step” Bascom Palmer Trade Secrets Course; Miami, Florida; Feb 5, 1994
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Ring” Bascom Palmer Trade Secrets Course; Miami, Florida; Feb 5, 1994
  • “Precise Detonation of the Surgical Axis in Astigmatic Keratomy” Appi Crystal Club Meeting; Appi, Iwate, Japan; Feb 24, 1994
  • “Determining the Precise Surgical Axis of Astigmatic Correction” Refractive Surgery Seminar; Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Nagoya, Japan; Feb 26, 1994 – Mar 1, 1994
  • “Radial Keratotomy” Refractive Surgery and Retina Update; Florida Retina Institute; Jacksonville, Florida; Apr 16, 1994
  • “Corneal Topography” Refractive Surgery and Retina Update; Florida Retina Institute; Jacksonville, Florida; Apr 16, 1994
  • “Future Advances in Keratorefractive Surgery” Optometry Seminar Day; University of Missouri, St. Louis; St. Louis, Missouri; May 10, 1994
  • “Radial Keratotomy” American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses, Inc.; St. Louis, Missouri; May 23, 1994
  • “Recent Advances in Incisional Keratotomy” International Anterior Segment Congress; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; June 23, 1994
  • “The Intrastromal Corneal Ring for Treatment of Myopia” Annual Summer Meeting; Colorado Ophthalmological Society; Denver, Colorado; July 2, 1994
  • “Incisional Keratotomy: The Future” Annual Summer Meeting; Colorado Ophthalmological Society; Denver, Colorado; July 3, 1994
  • “Corneal Topography, Radial and Stigmatic Keratotomy” Annual Summer Meeting; Colorado Ophthalmological Society; Denver, Colorado; July 4, 1994
  • “Astigmatic Keratotomy: Eliminating the Guess Work” Postgraduate Course on Refractive Surgery; National Medical Association; Orlando, Florida; July 24, 1994
  • “New Directions in Refractive Keratotomy” Postgraduate Course on Refractive Surgery; National Medical Association; Orlando, Florida; July 24, 1994
  • “Keratorefractive Surgery, Past, Present, Future” Visiting Professor; University of California, San Francisco; San Francisco, California; Sept 8, 1994
  • Selected Cases; Visiting Professor; University of California, San Francisco; San Francisco, California; Sept 10, 1994
  • “Corneal Topography” Visiting Professor; University of California, San Francisco; San Francisco, California; Sept 10, 1994
  • An Update on Radial Keratotomy” New York Society of Refractive Keratoplasty; New York, New York; Sept 29,1994
  • “Recent Advances in Incisional Keratotomy” Ocular Surgery News Symposium; New York, New York; Oct 2, 1994
  • “Corneal Physiologic Optics” Mexican Ophthalmological Society; Baja California, Mexico; Dec 25, 1994
  • “Recent Advances in Refractive Surgery” Japan Cornea Conference; Kyoto, Japan; Feb 9, 1994
  • “Theory and Technique of Refractive Surgery” Refractive Keratotomy Seminar; Kyoto University; Kyoto, Japan; Feb 11,1995
  • “Keratorefractive Update” Visiting Professor Lecture; Kansai Medical College; Osaka, Japan; Feb 13, 1995
  • “Keratomileusis and Water Jets” Visiting Professor Lecture; Osaka University; Osaka, Japan; Feb 14, 1995
  • “The Intrastromal Corneal Ring” Visiting Professor Lecture; Tokyo University; Tokyo, Japan; Feb 14, 1995
  • “Wound Healing in Refractive Surgery” Visiting Professor Lecture; Juntendo University; Tokyo, Japan; Feb 15, 1995
  • “Computer Assisted Radial Keratotomy” Visiting Professor Lecture; Musashino Red Cross Hospital; Japan; Feb 16, 1995
  • “Physiologic Optics of Refractive Surgery” Dulaney Eye Foundation Annual Meeting; Aspen, Colorado; Feb 29, 1995
  • “Ketatomileusis Update” Wills Eye Hospital Annual Conference; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mar 17, 1995
  • “Topography: Background and Competitions,” “How Does Topography Relate to Cataract Surgery", "How Does Topography Relate to Refractive Surgery"; Alcon Conference; Japanese Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Osaka, Japan; May 31, 1995 – June 1 1995
  • “Tsuru no ma” Alcon Conference; Japanese Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Osaka, Japan; June 2, 1995
  • Guest Lecturer; Alcon Conference; Japanese Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Osaka, Japan; June 3, 1995
  • “RK Plus: Advanced Incisional Keratotomy and Corneal Topography” University of Texas- Southwestern; Dallas, Texas; June 4, 1995
  • “Refractive Surgery: The Horizon” Visiting Professor Lecture; Wilmer Eye Institute; Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, Maryland; June 9, 1995
  • “Corneal Psychological Optics in Refractive Surgery and the Role of Topography” Visiting Professor Lecture; Wilmer Eye Institute; John Hopkins University; Baltimore, Maryland; June 8-9, 1995
  • “Radial Keratotomy: Beyond the Genesis Technique” Centro Mexicano de Cornea Annual Meeting; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; July 20, 1995
  • “Physiological Optical Considerations of Refractive Surgical Re-Operations” Centro Mexicano de Cornea Annual Meeting; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; July 21, 1995
  • “Intrastromal Implants” Centro Mexicano de Cornea Annual Meeting; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; July 22, 1995
  • “Keratorefractive Horizons and Physiologic Optics” Alta California Ophthalmologic Society; Sacramento, California; Jan 18, 1996
  • “Refractive Surgery and Corneal Topography” Grand Rounds Visiting Professor Lecture; University of California- Irvine; Irvine, California; Feb 28, 1996
  • “Treatment for Ocular Allergy and Inflammation” Ventura County Ophthalmological Society; Ventura, California; Mar 7, 1996
  • “Advances in Refractive Surgery” Ground Rounds Visiting Professor Lecture; New York Medical College; Valhalla, New York; May 7, 1996
  • “Keratorefractive Surgery” Greater New York Clinical Lecture Series; Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Infirmary; New York, New York; May 8, 1996
  • “Refractive Surgery Today” Greater New York Clinical Lecture Series; Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Infirmary; New York, New York; May 9, 1996
  • “Inlays/Outlays” and “Correcting astigmatism with ICR® segment” International Society of Refractive Surgery; Mid-Summer Symposium; Seattle, Washington; July 20, 1996
  • “Control of Post- Surgical Ocular Inflammation” Tri- Country Eye Society; Riverside, California; July 25, 1996
  • Focus group on new anti-infective therapies; Santen Corporation; Napa, California; Aug 17, 1996
  • “Two Incision RK for Low Myopia with Astigmatism” Refractive Surgery in Latin America Symposium; Cartagena, Colombia; Nov 22-23, 1996
  • “RK: The Next step” Refractive Surgery in Latin America Symposium; Cartagena, Colombia; Nov 22-23, 1996
  • “Corneal Topography and Physiologic Optics of Refractive Surgery” Greek Intra­ Ocular Implant & Refractive Surgery Society; Athens, Greece; Jan 17-19, 1997
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Ring” Greek Intra-Ocular Implant & Refractive Surgery Society; Athens, Greece; Jan 17-19, 1997
  • “Recent Advances in Radial Keratotomy'' Greek Intra-Ocular Implant & Refractive Surgery Society; Athens, Greece; Jan 17-19, 1997
  • “PRK after RK” XXI Pan-American Congress; Cancun, Mexico; May 2-6, 1997
  • “Corneal Topography” XXI Pan-American Congress; Cancun, Mexico; May 2-6, 1997
  • “The Actual Role of Redial Keratotomy” XXI Pan-American Congress; May 2-6, 1997
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Rings for Correction of Myopia” San Antonio Society of Ophthalmology Annual Symposium; San Antonio, Texas; Feb 15, 1997
  • “Complications of Refractive Surgery: Prevention and Treatment” San Antonio Society of Ophthalmology Annual Symposium; San Antonio, Texas; Feb 15, 1997
  • “Under and Over Correction with RK” San Antonio Society of Ophthalmology Annual Symposium; San Antonio, Texas; Feb 15, 1997
  • “High Myopia” San Antonio Society of Ophthalmology Annual Symposium; San Antonio, Texas; Feb 15, 1997
  • “Astigmatisms” San Antonio Society of Ophthalmology Annual Symposium; San Antonio, Texas; Feb 15, 1997
  • “Correcting Astigmatism” Post-Graduate Convention; Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology; Portland, Oregon; Mar 6-8, 1997
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Ring Update” Post-Graduate Convention; Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology; Portland, Oregon; Mar 6-8, 1997
  • “Corneal Topography and Physiologic Optics of Refractive Surgery” Post-Graduate Convention; Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology; Portland, Oregon; March 6-8, 1997
  • “LASIK: Avoiding the Pitfa1ls” Post-Graduate Convention; Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology; Portland, Oregon; Mar 6-8, 1997
  • “Refractive Surgery” Los Angeles Chapter Dinner Banquet; Chinese-American Ophthalmology Society; Monterey Park, California; June 7, 1997
  • “ Incisional Approaches in the World of Modern Refractive Surgery” World Refractive Surgery Symposium; International Society of Refractive Surgery; Orlando, Florida; June 13-15, 1997
  • “Incisional RS and PRK: A Team Approach” World Refractive Surgery Symposium International Society of Refractive Surgery; Orlando, Florida; June 13-15, 1997
  • “Rings, Lenses & Future Technologies” World Refractive Surgery Symposium International Society of Refractive Surgery; Orlando, Florida; June 13-15, 1997
  • History of KeraVision Mission Future” Department of Ophthalmology; Salzburg University; Salzburg, Austria; June 20,1997
  • “KeraVision ICR®: Patient Selection, Initial Consultation, Preoperative work-up/ Instructions to Patient/Anesthesia” Department of Ophthalmology; Salzburg University; Salzburg, Austria; June 20, 1997
  • “KeraVision ICR ®: Avoiding Surgical Complications: Post-op Patient Management Data Collection” Department of Ophthalmology; Salzburg University; Salzburg, Austria; June 20, 1997
  • “KeraVision ICR® Clinical Results” Department of Ophthalmology; Salzburg University; Salzburg, Austia; June 20, 1997
  • “KeraVision ICR®: Learning Curve and Potential Complications” Department of Ophthalmology; Salzburg University; Salzburg, Austria; June 20, 1997
  • “KeraVision ICR®: Exchange and Implant” Department of Ophthalmology; Salzburg University; Salzburg, Austria; June 20, 1997
  • “A Comprehensive Refractive Surgical Nomogram” Pacific Coast Oto-Ophthalmological Society; San Diego, California; June 29, 1997
  • “Corneal Topography: Map Interpretations and the Difference they make” Baltimore Ophthalmic Symposium; Baltimore, Maryland; June 29, 1997
  • “Refractive Procedure of Choice and Why Video Presentation” Baltimore Ophthalmic Symposium; Baltimore, Maryland; June 29, 1997
  • “Guiding the Keratorefractive Surgical Candidate to the Appropriate Surgical Procedure” New England Ophthalmological Society; Boston, Massachusetts; Sept 18-19, 1997
  • “LASIK” The 666th Meeting of the New England Ophthalmological Society; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sept 18-19, 1997
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Rings” The 666th Meeting of the New England Ophthalmological Society; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sept 18-19, 1997
  • “Management of Residual or Induced Refractive Error Status post prior keratorefractive Surgery” The 666th Meeting of the New England Ophthalmological Society; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sept 18-19, 1997
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Ring” Washington National Eye Center Symposium; Washington, D.C.; Sept 19-20, 1997
  • “Corneal Topography” Washington National Eye Center Symposium; Washington, D.C.; Sept 19-20, 1997
  • “Corneal Topographers: Alcon vs Humphrey vs EyeSys, etc.” Washington National Eye Center Symposium; Washington, D.C.; Sept 19-20, 1997
  • “Post-LASIK Epithelial Ingrowth” First Annual Conference; Prime Vision Health Care; Las Vegas, Nevada; Sept 26-28, 1997
  • “Refractive Surgical Optical Aberrations” Quarterly Pinner Meeting; New Orleans Academy of Opthalmology; New Orleans, Louisiana; Oct 3, 1997
  • “Optical Aberrations after Refractive Surgery” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 20-25, 1998
  • “Alcon Refractive Updates: Techniques, Technology, Results” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 20-25, 1998
  • “A Comprehensive Refractive Surgical Nomogram” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawii; Jan 20-25, 1998
  • “The ICR® - Phase UI, U.S. Results” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 20-25, 1998
  • “ICR® Update” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 20-25, 1998
  • “Refractive Surgery in the 21st Century” Cornea Day; Maryland Society of Eye Physicians; Mar 27, 1998
  • “Hyperopic: LASIK” American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery; San Diego, California; Apr 17-21, 1998
  • “A Universal Refractive Surgery Nomogram” IV Congress of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; May 13-16, 1998
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Ring” IV Congress of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Rio de Janeio, Brazil; May 13-16, 1998
  • “Avoiding Pitfalls in LASIK Surgery” IV Congress of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; May 13-16, 1998
  • “Artisan™ ClawLens” European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery; Nice, France; Sept 5-13, 1998
  • “KeraVision: Hyperopia Treatment with Segments” European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery; Nice, France; Sept 5-13, 1998
  • “KeraVision: Correcting Myopia with ICRS” European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery; Nice, France; Sept 5-13, 1998
  • “Refractive Surgery 1998” Ophthalmology Current Science/Current Practice; Vision Expo; Los Angeles, California; Sept 27, 1998
  • “RCRS: Single Center Study” Ocular Surgery News Symposium; Advances in Refractive Surgery; New York, New York; Oct 3-4, 1998
  • “Future Technologies (Beyond LASIK)” Continuing Education for Ophthalmic Assistants and Refractive Surgica1 Nurses; Minnesota Eye Consultants; Pre-Academy Conference & Exhibition; International Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nov 6-8, 1998
  • “Refractive Surgery Studies in the US: An Update” Pre-Academy Conference & exhibition; International Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nov 6-8, 1998
  • “Refractive Surgery: The Cutting Edge” Annual Meeting; American Academy of Ophthalmology; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nov 7-11, 1998
  • “Refractive Surgery Beyond LASIK” Summit Technology Fellowship Program- Excellence in LASIK; American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nov 7-11, 1998
  • “Hot Issues in refractive Surgery: Fact or fiction?” Deutsche Banc Alex Brown; An Eye to the Future: A review of the Refractive Surgery & contact Lens Markets; New York, New York; Oct 4, 1999
  • “Optimizing Refractive Surgery Options: LASIK” 2nd Annual Ocular Drug and Surgical Therapy Update Meeting; Laguna Niguel, California; Mar 6-7, 1999
  • “Early Visual Recovery of the ICRS” ASCRS Symposium on Cataract, IOL and Refractive Surgery; Seattle, Washington; Apr 10-14, 1999
  • “ICRS: As a Reversible Procedure” Fall World Refractive Surgery Symposium; International Society of Refractive Surgery; Orlando, Florida; Oct 21-23, 1999
  • “Artisan™ Lens for High Myopia” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 16-21, 2000
  • “Intrastromal Corneal Right- After FDA Approval” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Maui, Hawaii; Jan 16-21, 2000
  • “Past, Present, and Future of Refractive Surgery Phakic IOLs” Alcon Canada 10th Annual Master Club Meeting; San Antonio, Texas; Mar 11-17, 2000
  • “Artisan™ Implantation” Cataract and Refractive VI Congress International; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Apr 1-4, 2000
  • “Hyperopic Lasik: Pearls and Pit Falls” Cataract and Refractive VI Congress International; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Apr 1-4, 2000
  • “Complications with Artisan™ Lens” Cataract and refractive VI Congress International; Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; Apr 1-4, 2000
  • “Orbscan Technology as a Tool for Improving Refractive Surgical Decision Making” Cataract and Refractive VI Congress International; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Apr 1-4, 2000
  • “Surgical Correction of Hyperopia” Annual Postgraduate Seminar and Jules Stein Lecture; Jules Stein refractive Surgery and Corneal Diseases; April 14-15, 2000
  • “Mapping Ocular Refractive Errors” Annual Postgraduate Seminar and Jules Stein Lecture; Jules Stein Refractive Surgery and Corneal Diseases: Apr 14-15, 2000
  • “Intacs as an Enhancement Tool” Annual Postgraduate Seminar and Jules Stein Lecture; Jules Stein Refractive Surgery and Corneal Diseases; April 14-15, 2000
  • “Phakic IOL – The Artisian™ Lens” Annual Postgraduate Seminar and Jules Stein Lecture; Jules Stein refractive Surgery and Corneal Diseases; Apr 14-15, 2000
  • “New Application of Intacs Corneal Ring Segments” Annual Meeting; American Society of Cataract and refractive Surgeons; May 20, 2000
  • “Artisian Phakic IOL: Single-Center Phase III Clinical Trial” Refractive Phakic IOLs Annual Meeting; American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons; May 23, 2000
  • “Fluoroquinolones Usage” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Kauai, Hawaii; Jan 21-26, 2001
  • “Artisian Lens for Myopia: 2 Year Follow Up” Royal Hawaiian Eye; Kauai, Hawaii; Jan 21-26, 2001

 

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