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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Attend this free live webinar to hear from the CDC, and to learn more about current emerging infectious diseases that could impact donor eligibility and transplant safety.

    Join EBAA for this complimentary update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on emerging infectious diseases, donor-derived infections and transplant safety. Dr. Sridhar Basavaraju, Director of the Office of Blood, Organ, and Other Tissue Safety at CDC, will present on emerging infectious diseases and what to know regarding donor eligibility and possible transmission through cornea transplantation. 

    The 60-minute virtual session includes:

    • Overview of what is known about donor-derived infections and transplant safety
    • Emerging infectious diseases and what to be aware of regarding donor eligibility
    • The role of the CDC in donor-derived infections and when to contact them
    • A Q&A session with opportunities for participants to ask questions

    Attend this free live webinar to hear from the CDC, and to learn more about current emerging infectious diseases that could impact donor eligibility and transplant safety. 

    CEUs: 1 (if attended live)

    ​Sridhar Basavaraju, MD

    Sridhar Basavaraju, MD, is Director of the CDC Office of Blood, Organ, and Other Tissue Safety. His office coordinates investigations of infectious disease transmission through blood transfusion, organ transplantation and tissue implantation.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Attend this free session to learn everything you need to know about the latest Statistical Report on Eye Banking!

    EBAA has released the EBAA 2021 Statistical Report on Eye Banking and there is a lot to discuss! Join us for this complimentary webinar to learn more about the report and what the data may indicate about future trends. Brian Philippy, Chair of the Statistical Report Committee, discusses the report and highlights important data and trends. 

    The session will include:

    • Highlights of the EBAA 2021 Statistical Report on Eye Banking
    • Analysis of the data
    • Trends in tissue utilization, surgical indications, donation, tissue procurement, and distribution
    • Information on how to use the report to benchmark your organization

    Attend this free session to learn everything you need to know about the latest Statistical Report on Eye Banking!

    Brian Philippy, CEBT

    Director of Transplant and Research

    Lions Medical Eye Bank & Research Center of Eastern Virginia

    Brian Philippy, CEBT, works for the Lions Medical Eye Bank & Research Center of Eastern Virginia in Norfolk, Virginia, and lives in Gaylord, Michigan. Brian started eye banking in 1997 at the Minnesota Lions Eye Bank (now Lions Gift of Sight in Saint Paul, Minnesota), beginning as a Lab Attendant, then Procurement Technician, Distribution Coordinator, Donor Coordinator, then Lab Manager. In 2005, Brian became the Technical & Quality Assurance Director in Norfolk, then later the Director of Transplant & Research. Brian also served as a Consultant and Director at Vision Share, concurrent with time served in Norfolk. Earning CEBT in 2003, Brian began an extensive EBAA committee service history in 2006. 

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Listen to the recorded session of the House of Delegates Town Hall to hear from the Board of Directors Candidates and the latest discussions.

    Listen to the recorded session of the House of Delegates Town Hall to hear from the Board of Directors Candidates and the latest discussions.

    CEUs not awarded for this session. EBAA Members Only.

  • Contains 46 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Facilitated by members of the EEBA, this virtual course provides an overview of the technical aspects of eye banking through on-demand presentations and a live interactive workshop.

    The European Eye Bank Association (EEBA) and the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) present the European Technical Education Course. Facilitated by members of the EEBA, this virtual course provides an overview of the technical aspects of eye banking through on-demand presentations and a live interactive workshop. The on-demand sessions are available and the recording for the live session that was held on January 12 is included with the material.  

    This course is intended for beginning eye bank professionals and focuses on the practical, technical, scientific, and regulatory aspects of eye banking. 

    The course program includes: 

    • Course Introduction (Gary Jones and Andrea Gareiss-Lok) - 6 minutes
    • Corneal Anatomy and Physiology (Diego Ponzin, MD) - 18.5 minutes
    • Donor Screening (Diego Ponzin, MD) - 20.5 minutes
    • Aseptic Technique and Microbiological Testing (Eva M. Martínez-Conesa; Nausica Otero-Areitio; Andrea Gareiss-Lok and Anna Vilarrodona) - 22 minutes
    • Donor Ocular Tissue Recovery Procedures (Andrea Gareiss-Lok) - 20.5 minutes
    • Cornea Preservation Methods: Long Term Preservation and Cold Preservation (Wessel Vermeulen) 27.5 minutes
    • Slit Lamp Biomicroscopy (Eva Martínez-Conesa and Nausica Otero) - 14.5 minutes
    • Specular Microscopy (Eva Martínez-Conesa and Nausica Otero) - 13 minutes
    • Light Microscopy (Annika Hakamäki) - 17 minutes
    • Corneal Diseases and Transplant Surgery Procedures (Iva Dekaris) - 45.5 minutes
    • Quality Management (Gary Jones) - 21.5 minutes
    • Live Session: January 12, 2022 (All faculty - Recorded) 

    Registration is available at any time, but materials will only be available through July 1, 2022. Register today!

    Fees:

    Standard Registration: $200 / €175

    Payments are processed in US Dollars.

    IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTE:
    If you have not registered using the EBAA system before, please create an account before registering. If you have an EBAA account but don't know your login information, use the 'forgot your password' link or contact Genevieve Magnuson

    Registration is available at any time, but materials will only be available through July 1, 2022

    Diego Ponzin, MD

    Medical Director and Corneal Consultant

    Veneto Eye Bank Foundation

    Diego Ponzin, MD is Medical Director and Corneal Consultant of the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy. His clinical fields of interest include the ocular surface and corneal diseases and infections, corneal transplantation, cornea biology, storage and selection for transplantation.

    He obtained his medical degree at the University of Padua, Italy and his post-doctoral diploma in Ophthalmology at the University of Udine, Italy. He has been Research Associate at the Department of Immunology of the FIDIA Research Laboratories in Padua. Over 25 years of experience in ophthalmology and eye banking he has been: Expert for eye banking of the Consulta Nazionale Trapianti, Rome; Fellow at the Ophthalmic Division, Hospital Umberto I, Venice, Italy; Visitor at: the Bristol Eye Bank, Bristol Eye Hospital, Bristol (UK), the Manchester Eye Bank, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Manchester (UK), the Cornea Bank, The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (The Netherlands). Lecturer in Ophthalmology, University of Padua, Italy, and he received a Fellowship in Ophthalmology granted by the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation, Ophthalmic Division, Hospital Umberto I, Venice, Italy.

    He was Research Associate in Neuroimmunology, Dept. of Pathology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, U.S.A., and Research Associate in Immunology, Pathology Laboratory, ENEA C.R.E., Casaccia, Rome, Italy. Besides his involvement as Referee for several peer review journals (British Journal of Ophthalmology, European Journal of Ophthamology, Cornea, Journal of the American Medical Association, Expert Review of Ophthalmology, Case Reports in Ophthalmology, Clinical Ophthalmology, Regenerative Medicine, Current Medical Literature – Ophthalmology, Cell and Tissue Banking, Plos One, Journal of Current Ophthalmology) he is (co)author several papers in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters and invited reviews.

    ​Andrea K. Gareiss-Lok, CEO, CEBT

    Managing Director

    Hornhautbank Muenchen gGmbH

    Andrea K. Gareiss-Lok, CEO, CEBT, is the Managing Director for Hornhautbank Muenchen gGmbH in Munich, Germany. In 1984 she graduated from High School with subsequent training as a medical assistant and MTA. Working in medical laboratories including practice management in various medical specialties, she established and started in 1991 as the principal responsible MTA in the cornea bank Munich together with her Medical Director Prof. Thomas Neuhann. Andrea Gareiss-Lok is currently the only CEBT (certified eye bank technician) in Germany and was the first one in the EU after successful undertaking training in the USA in 1993. Since 2000 she is the Managing Director and Head of the Munich Eye Bank. Since 2002 she is actively working in national and international committees (e.g. EEBA, GAEBA) for the establishment of uniform national and international standards and thus better cooperation between cornea and tissue banks in Germany and Europe. As of 2010 she is also the certified TÜV-Quality Management Officer of the Eye Bank in Munich and also successfully completed technical training courses 1 & 2 for technical sterilization assistance in 2012 and 2013.

    ​Annika Hakamäki, PhD

    Tissue Establishment Responsible Person and Development Manager

    Regea Cell and Tissue Center, Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology, Tampere University, Finland

    Annika Hakamäki, PhD, is the Tissue Establishment Responsible Person and Development Manager for Regea Cell and Tissue Center, Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology, Tampere University, Finland. She obtained Master’s degree in Biochemistry from University of Turku, Finland, and PhD in Cell Biology, from University of Tampere. She has been working in Regea Cell and Tissue Center since 2003. In addition to tissue bank activities, she works as a production manager in a project manufacturing tissue engineered products from adipose tissue derived stem cells for the treatment of bone defects under the EU’s hospital exemption regulation. She also participates in University’s  projects developing stem cell based tissue engineered products. 

    ​Gary L.A. Jones, BSc (Econ)

    International Relations Manager

    The Veneto Eye Bank Foundation

    Gary L.A. Jones, BSc (Econ), is the International Relations Manager for Fondazione Banca degli Occhi del Veneto Onlus (the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation) in Venice, Italy. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from University College of Swansea (Wales) and spent his early career in the UK assisting academics and researchers obtain research funding, primarily from the European Commission in Brussels. In 2000 he relocated to Italy and began working for the Veneto Eye Bank, with special responsibility for managing the bank’s international collaborative links that now encompass 25 transplant centers in 15 countries. Since 2003 he has been the Executive Officer for the European Eye Bank Association and overseas the day-to-day workings of the EEBA Secretariat. He is a founding representative of the Global Alliance of Eye Bank Associations (GAEBA) and of the Common representation of SoHO’s Associations (CoRe SoHO).

    Iva Dekaris, MD, PhD

    Eye Surgeon

    University Eye Hospital “Svjetlost” in Croatia (EU)

    President of the European Eye Bank Association (EEBA), prof. Iva Dekaris, MD, PhD works as eye surgeon at the University Eye Hospital “Svjetlost” in Croatia (EU). She also acts as surgical instructor for the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) and European School for Advanced Studies in Ophthalmology (Swiss). She was the first surgeon in south-eastern Europe to start with lamellar corneal surgery and corneal limbal stem cell transplantation. 

    ​Nausica Otero Areitio

    Manager

    Eye Bank at Barcelona Tissue Bank

    Nausica Otero Areitio, Biochemist, she is responsible for the management of the Eye Bank at Barcelona Tissue Bank (Blood and Tissue Bank), Spain. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of the Basque Country after she relocated to Barcelona and began working for the Transplant Services Foundation at the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona in 2004. She spent her early career in training in transplant coordination and getting experience in Tissue Banking to determine the suitability for transplantation of human tissues with special responsibility for ocular tissue.  She has been teaching staff from the procurement of donor ocular tissues to the corneal quality evaluation and processing.  Since 2014 she is dedicated fully to the management of the Eye Bank at Barcelona Tissue Bank, working to give responses to the emergent needs of ophthalmologists by designing procedures to prepare ready-to-use tissues adapted to the final transplant indications. In 2018 she completed a master degree in “Transfusion Medicine and Advanced Cell Therapies” at UAB (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). She is a long serving Member of the European Eye Bank Association.

    ​Wessel Vermeulen

    Technician

    ETB-BISLIFE Cornea Department in Beverwijk

    Wessel Vermeulen: is a technician at ETB-BISLIFE Cornea Department in Beverwijk, the Netherlands. He started his working career in a Medical Hospital, where he got extensive experience in the field of medical microbiology for almost 20 years. In 2000 he made a switch to work as a technician in a corneabank.

    The corneabank in Amsterdam was a good opportunity to learn all about corneas in organ culture from Liesbeth Pels and Yvonne Schuchard. Later on the corneabank moved to Beverwijk as a department of ETB-BISLIFE. Since 2013 he is involved with the preparation of posterior lamella with a microkeratome. In 2014 he participated in a wet lab training and didactic instruction for DMEK preparation at Lions Vision Gift in Portland. After that, he was involved with the project for implementing the pre-stripped DMEK technique in Beverwijk and to deliver these tissues to the transplantation centres.

    Since 2014 Wessel is a participant of the EEBA Technical Special Interest Group. The work for that group has a lot to do with the technical guidelines of EEBA and with the EU directives. In 2018 he was voted onto the EEBA Committee as an elected Member. 

    ​Eva M. Martínez-Conesa, PhD

    Director

    Eye and Amniotic Membrane Bank for Barcelona Tissue Bank

    Eva M. Martínez-Conesa, PhD, is the Head of the Eye and Amniotic Membrane Bank for Barcelona Tissue Bank (Banc de Sang i Teixits) in Barcelona, Spain. She studied Biology and completed her PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology at University of Barcelona (Spain). She spent her early career in different public centers (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC) and private (pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries). In 2010, she began working for the Barcelona Tissue Bank, with special responsibility for corneas and amniotic membranes. She also performed the development and translation of cell therapy for the ocular surface by ex vivo amplification of progenitor cells from autologous sclerocorneal limbus using a clean room environment under GMP conditions. She is an active member of EEBA

    COPYRIGHT NOTICE:

    The materials are subject to the following conditions:

    The presentations in this course are the property of The European Eye Bank Association (EEBA) and the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) and are solely for the education of attendees registered with EBAA for the European Technical Education Course. These materials are to be used only for the purposes of technician education as understood by EEBA and EBAA and are not to be shared with anyone other than the attendee of record registered for the course. The materials should not be copied or used outside of the course.

    DISCLAIMER: The on-demand presentations have been created by a range of speakers from all over Europe. As your country may have different regulations to those expressed, be sure to review your country’s specific regulations, as well as your individual eye bank’s procedures.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this webinar, Tracy King shares the fundamentals of learning design & discusses tools you can use to create and deliver impactful presentations.

    You are scheduled to give a presentation, but how do you ensure that it hits the mark and that the overall experience is meaningful and produces the desired results? In this webinar, Tracy King shares the fundamentals of learning design & discusses tools you can use to create and deliver impactful presentations. 

    Pricing

    For one fee of $50 (EBAA Member) or $150 (Non-Member), the entire organization may attend the webinar. After registration, a confirmation email will be sent with a discount code. The contact person who purchased the session should send the discount code to other staff members who may wish to attend the session. The discount code will allow staff to attend remotely for free. 

    Note: if an organization has multiple locations, additional registrations must be purchased for each location.

    CEU Information

    A new CEU process has been implemented. If an individual views the session through their own eyeLEARN account, they simply need to complete the survey on their account to claim credit for the session. If a group of people view the session together in a conference room, then each person should complete the survey listed in the confirmation email to claim CEU credit. 

    Important: Whether through eyeLEARN or the survey in the confirmation email, each attendee must complete their own survey to claim credit for the session.

    Tracy King

    Chief Learning Strategist and Founder

    InspirEd

    As Chief Learning Strategist & Founder of InspirEd, Tracy King leverages her more than 20 years in workforce development, consulting with organizations on education strategy and learning design. Tracy is the author of Competitive Advantage, advising on how to grow reliably profitable and sustainable continuing education programs that transform learners. Tracy is a thought leader, invited speaker, master learning designer and DELP Scholar. Her work has been featured on NBC, ABC, FOX, USA Today, Forbes, Star Tribune and hundreds of nationally syndicated television, newspaper, and magazine outlets. She’s featured as a chapter author in the award-winning Routledge text, Microlearning in the Digital Age: The Design and Delivery of Learning in Snippets.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    View Dr. Maria A. Henriquez's Troutman Prize Lecture here.

    During the 2021 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum, Dr. Maria A. Henriquez was awarded the Troutman Prize and delivered the Troutman Prize Lecture titled, "Accelerated Epi-On Versus Standard Epi-Off Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking for Progressive Keratoconus in Pediatric Patients: Five Years Follow-Up." Attend the complimentary lecture here!

  • Contains 11 Component(s), Includes Credits

    If you missed the Cornea and Eye Banking Forum in New Orleans on November 12, purchase this complete package today!

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    The Cornea and Eye Banking Forum, hosted by the Eye Bank Association of America and the Cornea Society , was held and recorded on Friday, November 12. The program, available on-demand, highlights the latest scientific and research developments in cornea and eye banking and innovations that are on the horizon.

    The online program features:

    • Invited Panel Discussions:
      • Future of the Treatment of Corneal Endothelial and Stromal Disease
      • Future of Artificial Cornea
    • The R. Townley Paton Award Lecture delivered by the 2021 Paton Award Recipient, Jennifer Li, MD:
      • Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History: A Look at the Progress of Women in Ophthalmology
    • The Troutman Prize Lecture presented by the 2021 Troutman Prize Recipient, Maria A. Henriquez, MD, PhD
      • Accelerated Epi-On Versus Standard Epi-Off Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking for Progressive Keratoconus in Pediatric Patients: Five Years of Follow-Up
    • Presentation of Scientific Abstracts followed by dynamic Q&A sessions

    Accessibility:

    • Purchase: The program is available for purchase.
    • Forum Registrants: All individuals who registered for the Cornea and Eye Banking Forum have complimentary access to the online program. To access the online presentations, log into eyeLEARN with the your EBAA credentials you used to register for the meeting.  Contact Genevieve Magnuson with any questions.

    Access the on-demand program today!

    AWARD LECTURES
    R. Townley Paton Lecture: Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History: The Advancement of Women in Ophthalmology
    Jennifer Li, MD, 2021 R. Townley Paton Award Recipient 

    Richard Troutman Prize Lecture: Accelerated Epi-On Versus Standard Epi-Off Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking for Progressive Keratoconus in Pediatric Patients: Five Years of Follow-Up
    Maria A. Henriquez, MD, MSc, PhD, Oftalmosalud Instituto de Ojos 

    SECTION I

    INVITED SESSION: Future of the Treatment of Corneal Endothelial and Stromal Disease
    Presenters:
    Jorge Alió, MD, PhD, FEBO, University Miguel Hernández of Elche
    Kathryn Colby, MD, PhD, NYU Langone Health
    Ula Jurkunas, MD, Mass Eye and Ear
    Jodhbir Mehta, MBBS, FRCOphth, FRCS(Ed), FAMS, PhD, Singapore National Eye Centre

    Topical Ivmed-80 Eyedrops for Pharmacologic Crosslinking of Keratoconus without UV Light or Surgery
    Balamurali Ambati, MD, PhD, Pacific Clear Vision Institute 

    Nicergoline: A Potential Novel Treatment for Severe Persistent Corneal Epithelial Defects
    Valeria Oliva-Biénzobas, MD, Centro de la Vision

    Topical 1% 5-fluorouracil as Primary Treatment for Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia: Long-Term Follow-up Study
    Adam Wylegala, MD, DMS, FEBO, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute 

    Phlyctenular Disease Associated with Increased Incidence and Severe Corneal Sequelae in Hispanic Pediatric Patients
    Aaron R. Kaufman, MD, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary 

    Outcomes of Fluid-Filled Scleral Lens Devices for the Management of Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency
    Clémence Bonnet, MD, Stein Eye Institute, UCLA

    SECTION II

    Effect of Increasing Povidone Iodine (PVP-I) Exposure on Tissue Quality and Impact on Donor Rim Cultures
    Onkar Sawant, PhD, Eversight

    Double Povidone Iodine Wash: Effectivity in Reducing the Infection Rate of Recovered Corneal Tissue
    Stephen C. Kaufman, MD, PhD, University of Minnesota

    Induction of Antimicrobial Peptide Expression in Human Donor Corneas Using Andrographolide
    Madeline Yung, MD, University of California, Davis 

    The Impact of Amphotericin B Fortified Preservation Media on Rates of Endothelial Keratoplasty Detachment
    Vincent Hussey, MS, University of California, Irvine 

    Endophthalmitis Rates Following Cornea Surgery in the Medicare Population from 2016 to 2019
    Fasika Woreta, MD, MPH, Wilmer Eye Institute 

    The Microbiome in Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
    Michael Zilliox, PhD, Loyola University Chicago 

    SECTION III

    Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK): 10-year Clinical Outcomes and Graft Survival
    Viridiana Kocaba, MD, PhD, FEBO, Netherlands Institute for Innovative Ocular Surgery (NIIOS) 

    Two Year Changes in Corneal Power after Endothelial Keratoplasty: Results from the Randomized Controlled DETECT Trial
    Winston Chamberlain, MD, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University
    Note: Due to technical difficulties, only half of this presentation has been recorded and made available. 

    Primary Graft Failure Following Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty Using Nondiabetic Donor Tissue
    Andrea Blitzer, MD, University of Iowa 

    Does the Size and Duration of the Bubble in DMEK Surgery Affect the Attachment and Endothelial Cell Loss of the DMEK Graft?
    Jessica Chen, MD, Devers Eye Institute 

    Comparison of Graft Viability in Tri-Folded Endothelium-In and Scrolled Endothelium-Out Preloaded Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty
    Matthew Hartman, MD, Southeast Eye Specialists 

    Difference in Postoperative Graft Adherence Between Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty with and without Cataract Surgery
    Anne-Marie Kladny, MD, University of Freiburg 

    Novel Preloaded Injectable UT-Descemet’s Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty (UT-DSAEK): No Touch Surgical Technique and Early Surgical Results
    Steven Kane, MD, Tailored Eyes 

    An Alternative Time Efficient Method to Specular Microscopy Following DMEK Preparation Using Trypan Blue Staining
    Michael Szkarlat, BS, Eversight 

    Section IV

    INVITED SESSION: Future of Artificial Cornea
    Presenters:
    Esen Akpek, MD, Johns Hopkins University
    Julie Daniels, PhD, University College London
    Anthony Aldave, MD, Stein Eye Institute, UCLA 

    Regulatory T-cells Promote Corneal Graft Survival by Modulating PostTransplantation Alloimmune Response
    Hamid Alemi, MD, MPH, Schepens Eye Research Institute/ Massachusetts Eye and Ear

    Association Between Anti-Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Antibodies and Graft Rejection in Pediatric Keratoplasty
    Angela Zhu, MD, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami 

    Hyaluronic-Acid Based Bioengineered Corneal Stromal Substitute
    Roza Vaez Ghaemi, PhD, University of British Columbia 

    Prospective, Randomized, Multicenter, Double-Masked, Clinical Trial Evaluating Corneal Crosslinking of Keratoprosthesis Carrier Tissue
    Joseph B. Ciolino, MD, Schepens Eye Institute/ Mass Eye and Ear 

    ACCREDITATION STATEMENT

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    In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Amedco LLC and Cornea Society. Amedco LLC is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

    PHYSICIANS
    Amedco LLC designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.
    Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

    CEBTS
    Eye Bank Association of America approves this activity for a maximum of 7 CEUs. The CEUs will be transferred to your EBAA account once all of the sessions are completed. Partial credit will not be given. 

    OBJECTIVES

    1. Learn new developments, techniques and therapies in sight restoration.

    2. Analyze the efficacy of emerging technologies and innovative processes in corneal transplantation and eye banking that can improve patient outcomes.

    3. Cite new research findings in cornea regarding disease, treatment, transplantation, preservation, preparation and processing.

    CME CREDIT CLAIM

    CME Evaluation

    SUPPORT
    Thank you to the following companies for their generous support through unrestricted educational grants. 

    Best Paper of Session Award
    Lions Gift of Sight

    General Support
    Wolters Kluwer
    Med-Logics, LLC

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    View Dr. Jennifer Li's Paton Award Lecture here.

    During the 2021 Cornea and Eye Banking Forum, Dr. Jennifer Li was awarded the R. Townley Paton Award and delivered the R. Townley Paton Award Lecture titled, "Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History: A Look at the Progress of Women in Ophthalmology." Attend the complimentary lecture here!

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Register for this free session to learn everything you need to know about the latest report!

    EBAA has released the 2020 Statistical Report on Eye Banking. This complimentary webinar includes information about the latest data, highlights of the 2020 report, and how COVID-19 has impacted the data. Speakers will also discuss what the numbers may indicate for the future and how to use the report to benchmark your organization. Attend this free session to learn everything you need to know about the latest report! 

    This webinar is for EBAA members only and CEUs are not awarded for this session.

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    During the 2020 Annual Meeting, Shannon Hartley tells the story of how she received a directed donation from her sister, allowing her to see again. Her doctor, Joshua Zaffos, MD, also discusses the experience from his point of view.

    During the 2020 Annual Meeting, Shannon Hartley tells the story of how she received a directed donation from her sister, allowing her to see again. Her doctor, Joshua Zaffos, MD, also discusses the experience from his point of view. 

    Listen to the presentation for free!