Unravelling Myopia With India Vision Institute

When: Starting Thursday July 15 2021  

Where: Online


Myopia is a growing public eye health problem and it has been estimated that by 2050, globally 50% population will have myopia. Worldwide, scientists and clinicians are collaboratively involved in developing treatment strategies to control the progression of myopia.

The purpose of the lecture series is to educate and update eye health care professionals about myopia control strategies and motivate them to deploy those strategies in their practices.

Over two months, from July 15 to August 19, IMI Taskforce Leader’s and Advisory Board members Prof. Padmaja Sankaridurg, Prof. James Wolffsohn, Prof. earl Smith III, Dr Thomas Aller, Prof. Lyndon Jones and Dr Monica Jong will be delivering sessions at the online Myopia Lecture Series during 15 July – 19 August, which will include themes on Real World Myopia Management, Onset, Cause and Risk Factors for Myopia, Clinical Trials for Myopia Control and Update on the Guidelines for Management of Myopia and more.

Advancing myopia research and education, to prevent future blindness
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