Upcoming Events

Date
Title
Conference Series
Faculty
Location
05/10/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology - Effective Science Communication-James Herman, PhD
MLO
Dr. Herman
Virtual

05/11/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology - Introduction to Research-J Patrick Mayo, PhD
MLO
Dr. Mayo
Virtual

05/11/2021 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Retina Journal Club
Journal Club
Dr.Eller
Virtual

Mandatory for residents on the Retina service rotation. 

 


05/12/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology-Resident Presentation
MLO
Dr. Herman, Dr. Mayo
VIrtual

05/13/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology-Resident Presentation
MLO
Dr. Herman, Dr. Mayo
VIrtual

05/14/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds - Glaucoma Service- Dr. Emily Hughes
Grand Rounds
Virtual

Dr. Emily Hughes will present a case from the Glaucoma Service at UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds on May 28, 2021 at 7am.  Dr. Hughes will lead a discussion after the case presentation. 


05/17/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology-Resident Presentation
MLO
Dr. Herman, Dr. Mayo
VIrtual

05/17/2021 - 5:30pm to 9:30pm
GES Birmingham (Roesch-Taylor Bldg)
Dr. Waxman
Roesch-Taylor Bldg, 2100 Jane St., 15203
This mission will take place at the South Tower of the Roesch-Taylor Bldg (Birmingham Clinic's temporary location). Medical students should arrive by 5:30 at the latest to help set up, and we will start seeing patients at 6:00.

The building's address is:

2100 Jane St

Pittsburgh, PA 15203

 


05/18/2021 (All day)
Mock Oral Exam - Dr. Swogger - Third Year Residents Only
Dr. Swogger

05/18/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology-Resident Presentation
MLO
Dr. Herman, Dr. Mayo
VIrtual

05/19/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology-Resident Presentation
MLO
Dr. Herman, Dr. Mayo
VIrtual

05/19/2021 - 7:30am to 8:30am
Normalizing Antiracism in Ophthalmology Conference Series-Session 2 of 4
Special Event
Virtual

This four-part series focuses on building the framework, developing skills, and creating a plan to become an antiracist ophthalmologist both at an individual and institutional level. In this course, we will cover the history of anti-Black racism in medicine and it's continuing effects today, we will closely examine power privilege and unconscious bias in the clinic, we will identify areas for growth in our department, and ultimately, we will develop a concrete plan to reduce anti-Black racism from ophthalmology.

PGY-3 Julia Shatten has worked collaboratively with colleagues at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine to create a conference series addressing issues surrounding race in medicine and ophthalmology.

Subsequent sessions are also posted on OphEd.

A Zoom link will be sent via email

 


05/20/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
Method and Logic in Ophthalmology-Resident Presentation
MLO
Dr. Herman, Dr. Mayo
VIrtual

05/21/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
UPMC Eye Center Root Cause Analysis Conference - Ricardo Couso, MD & Lillian To MD
Grand Rounds
Dr. Ricardo Couso, Dr. Jamie Odden
Virtual

On Friday, June 4, 2021 the UPMC Eye Center will hold it's quarterly Root Cause Analysis Conference.  It will be held virtually  The conference is open to University of Pittsburgh Physicians only.  Drs. Couso and To will be presenting the cases for review and analysis. 

Please check back. Once the cases are identified, the names of the services involved will be posted.

 


05/28/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds - Cornea Service - Dr. Hamza Pasha
Grand Rounds
Virtual

Dr. Hamza Pasha will present a case from the Cornea Service at UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds on May 14, 2021  at 7am. Dr. Pasha will lead a discussion after the case presentation. 


06/04/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds-Pediatric Dr. Jamila Hiasat
Grand Rounds
Dr. Hiasat
Virtual

Dr. Jamila Hiasat will present a case from the Pediatrics Service at UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds on June 4, 2021 at 7am. . Dr. Hiasat will lead a discussion following the presentation.


06/08/2021 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Retina Journal Club
Journal Club
Dr.Eller
Virtual

Mandatory for residents on the Retina service rotation. 

 


06/09/2021 - 7:30am to 8:30am
Normalizing Antiracism in Ophthalmology Conference Series-Session 3 of 4
Special Event
Virtual

This four-part series focuses on building the framework, developing skills, and creating a plan to become an antiracist ophthalmologist both at an individual and institutional level. In this course, we will cover the history of anti-Black racism in medicine and it's continuing effects today, we will closely examine power privilege and unconscious bias in the clinic, we will identify areas for growth in our department, and ultimately, we will develop a concrete plan to reduce anti-Black racism from ophthalmology.

PGY-3 Julia Shatten has worked collaboratively with colleagues at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine to create a conference series addressing issues surrounding race in medicine and ophthalmology. 

Subsequent sessions are also posted on OphEd.

A Zoom link will be sent via email

 


06/18/2021 - 7:00am to 8:00am
UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds - Glaucoma Service- Dr. Sarah Ullah
Grand Rounds
Virtual Conference

Dr. Sarah Ullah will present a case from the Glaucoma Service at UPMC Eye Center Grand Rounds on June 18, 2021 at 7am.  Dr. Ullah will lead a discussion after the case presentation. 


06/21/2021 - 5:30pm to 9:30pm
GES Birmingham (Roesch-Taylor Bldg)
Dr. Waxman
Roesch-Taylor Bldg, 2100 Jane St., 15203
This mission will take place at the South Tower of the Roesch-Taylor Bldg (Birmingham Clinic's temporary location). Medical students should arrive by 5:30 at the latest to help set up, and we will start seeing patients at 6:00.

The building's address is:

2100 Jane St

Pittsburgh, PA 15203

 


06/23/2021 - 7:30am to 8:30am
Normalizing Antiracism in Ophthalmology Conference Series-Session 4 of 4
Special Event
Virtual

This four-part series focuses on building the framework, developing skills, and creating a plan to become an antiracist ophthalmologist both at an individual and institutional level. In this course, we will cover the history of anti-Black racism in medicine and it's continuing effects today, we will closely examine power privilege and unconscious bias in the clinic, we will identify areas for growth in our department, and ultimately, we will develop a concrete plan to reduce anti-Black racism from ophthalmology.

PGY-3 Julia Shatten has worked collaboratively with colleagues at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine to create a conference series addressing issues surrounding race in medicine and ophthalmology. 

Subsequent sessions are also posted on OphEd.

A Zoom link will be sent via email

 


May 2021