The Suraj Eye Sciences Academy, Suraj Eye Institute, Nagpur and The Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh are pleased to present
60 minutes of Glaucoma – G 60
Dr. Vinay Nangia, Dr. Sushmita Kaushik, Dr. Chandrima Paul
We are pleased to invite you for a monthly webinar on Glaucoma. Our Special Guest Lecturer is Dr. Surinder Pandav. He will talk to us about “How NOT to miss Glaucoma in your practice”
Join us on December 13th, 2020 (The Second Sunday) at 11am
Lecture by Dr. Surinder Pandav
“How NOT to miss Glaucoma in your practice”
Dr. Surinder Pandav
Dr. Surinder Singh Pandav is currently working as Professor of ophthalmology at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh. India. He has about 27 years of experience as an ophthalmologist. He has sub-specialized in Glaucoma which has been his area of interest for the last 20 years. His main spheres of work are patient care, medical education and research. Dr. Pandav did Glaucoma Research Fellowship in 2005 and Glaucoma Clinical Fellowship in 2006 at Perth, Australia (Lions Eye Institute and Royal Perth Hospital). He was visiting Professor at Center for Eye Research, Melbourne Australia, from 2014 to 2016 where was involved in basic research on understanding functioning of Glaucoma Drainage Devices. He was also involved in the Glaucomatous Optic Neuropathy Evaluation (GONE) project, which is an Internet based system for evaluation of Optic Disc Assessment Skills among ophthalmologists and trainees. He is currently the President of Glaucoma Society of India.
He is actively involved in glaucoma research and has published about 114 research papers, 13 chapter in text books and delivered over 250 talks in various conferences/ seminars. In addition to teaching Ophthalmology students he also provides education and support to glaucoma patients and public through Glaucoma Support Group, that he created in 2008. He regularly organises Glaucoma Awareness events for the public and educational workshops and wet-labs for the ophthalmologists in the region.
Join us on December 13th, 2020 (The Second Sunday) @ 11 am