The Duke fAVS course is designed for first-year surgical retina, medical retina and uveitis fellows, and a limited number of international fellows involved in the treatment of vitreoretinal diseases. The course is intended to complement the fellowship curriculum.
The Duke fAVS program will also provide a unique opportunity for fellows to interact with faculty on a one-on-one basis in a four-hour wet lab. Wet-lab attendees will have an invaluabel opportunity to directly compare sustained release technology, retinal prosthesis, intraoperative OCT machines, microscopes, 3D visualization systems, vitrectomy machines, forceps, laser probes, subretinal delivery devices and a range of other tools across manufacturers.
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