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The AECOS Summer Series

Live Webinar Series

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A LIVE Webinar Series Featuring Hot Topics and Interactive Discussion from AECOS America and AECOS Europe.

Although our 2020 Meetings Program was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are very excited to announce the AECOS Summer Webinar Program. This will be an interactive series of 2 hour sessions over 5 consecutive weeks (excluding the 4th of July holiday week). The series will include 2 sessions led by Program Chairs for the 2020 Deer Valley meeting - Steven Dell, MD and Bill Trattler, MD - and 2 sessions led by the Program Chairs for the European Meeting - Francesco Carones, MD and Sheraz Daya, MD. Dr. William Link will wrap up the series on Saturday, August 1 with the AECOS Ophthalmic Innovation Forum.

The Program Chairs are working very hard to distill our extensive meeting programs down to this condensed version of what would have been our summer meetings in Florence and Deer Valley. These sessions are organized to facilitate timely and critical discussions on hot topics and innovations that need the attention of key opinion leading surgeons and industry leaders. As always, the hallmark of every AECOS meeting is interactive and compelling discussion among participants. We will be utilizing our Meeting Program App to facilitate discussion, polling, etc. during these LIVE sessions. The series will be open to all AECOS members as well as non-members. Registration will be required in order to join the discussion and receive all meeting information, however there is no fee to participate.

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Program Chairs

Francesco Carones, MD
Francesco Carones, MD
Sheraz M. Daya, MD
Sheraz M. Daya, MD
Steven J. Dell, MD
Steven J. Dell, MD
William J. Link, PhD
William J. Link, PhD
William B. Trattler, MD
William B. Trattler, MD

Agenda

More information coming soon.

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Registration

Register once for as many sessions as you would like.

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