About this event

  • Date and time Thu 11 Oct 2018 from 5:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Ophthalmology

The opening Ophthalmology Section meeting will welcome the new President, Mr Nicholas Lee, Consultant Ophthalmologist at The Western Eye Hospital and The Hillingdon Hospital.

This president address will provide a unique insight into the emerging world of OCT Angiography from over 20 years of practical experience.

New thoughts on the evolution of drusen in the macular will be discussed, and what happens to them once formed.

Delegates will then get the chance to hear how Mr Lee has made a difference in medicine over his career.

Topics include:

  • Awareness of multimodal imaging involving OCT Angiography
  • How to make a mobile OCT platform
  • How to make a difference in your career in medicine
  • What happens to drusen over time

Key speakers

Mr Nicholas Lee

Consultant Ophthalmologist, The Western Eye Hospital and The Hillingdon Hospital

Speaker's biography

Mr Nicholas Lee qualified from Guy's Hospital and trained in London. Appointed as consultant in 1997 to The Hillingdon Hospital and The Western Eye Hospital specialising in the new treatments of age related macular degeneration and diabetes.

He is Lead consultant at The Hillingdon Hospital and has developed the Specialist Macular services there. He owns his own OCT (known as K9 to most people) which he has made mobile to enable high quality retinal scans to be done easily at any hospital. This is key to understanding the Retina and is akin to MRI scans.

Agenda

View the programme

Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction

Professor Christopher Bentley, Past President, Ophthalmology Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Surviving the worst hurricane IRMA survival
Making a difference – problem solving
OCT – angiography 2+ years experience
Life and times of drusen
Questions, close of meeting and online evaluations
Drinks reception

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom