Wet Lab in Veterinary Ophthalmology
Speaker: Dr David Williams
Dr David Williams will lead a hands-on wet lab in veterinary ophthalmology, covering
techniques such as corneal grafts, conjunctival grafts, entropion/ectropion and eyelid
resection. You will have the opportunity to try out these techniques under the expert guidance
of Dr Williams. He will present a step by step tutorial on the techniques and share his tips and
tricks for surgical success.
About the Speaker
Dr David Williams, associate lecturer at Cambridge University and a
fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, has had a long and distinguished
career in veterinary ophthalmology. Along with clinical training in
veterinary ophthalmology to become a specialist, Dr David Williams also
undertook research in ocular pharmacology and gained a PhD.
Dr Williams sees ophthalmologic cases on a referral basis at Cambridge
and undertakes research in age-related cataract and tear film deficiencies.
He has a keen interest in teaching and holds the post of Fellow, Director of
Studies in Veterinary Medicine and College Lecturer in Pathology at St
John’s College, Cambridge. He has authored numerous peer reviewed
papers and book chapters.
Date: 19 February 2016 (Friday)
Time: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm (Registration at 9:00 am)
Venue: Multi-function Room 8210, 8/F, Academic 3, City University of Hong Kong
6.5 CPD credits will be awarded to veterinarians attending the seminar
Spaces are limited, First Come First Serve
Registration has been closed already. Thank you for your support.
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