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The annual Oxford Ophthalmological Congress is one of the longest-running ophthalmological meetings. It was established in the early 1900s by surgeon and academic Robert Doyne. Catch up on this year's highlights in this podcast, including updates on inherited macular dystrophies, shaken baby syndrome and non-organic vision loss.



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    Each year the St John' s College plays host to the Cambridge Ophthalmological Symposium, a two day residential meeting gathering together both research and clinical ophthalmologists to discuss a specific topic under the chairmanship of a leader in the field. This year's topic was infection and we lucky enough to be able to interview a few of the key speakers about their work:

    • Jerry Pier: How pathogens interact with the eye
    • Todd Margolis: Herpes ocular infections: treatment and prophylaxis
    • Elmer Tu: Protozoal keratitis: acanthamoeba and microsporidia


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