Best Ophthalmic podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Welcome to the Ophthalmology Innovation Podcast where you get candid conversations with the leaders & drivers of ophthalmic innovation.
 
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Podcast for the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
 
In the same spirit that Marco has invested nearly a half century, striving to advance the EyeCare profession with intelligent and relevant diagnostic solutions and automated process efficiencies, Marco is now privileged to be launching a series of Podcast discussions that will directly address the difficult issues that are both engulfing and shaping our industry. Relevant issues that directly impact the lifeblood of Ophthalmology and Optometry- both separately and entwined, will be engaged a ...
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, invites a range of experts to guide listeners through their areas of expertise, inserting thought-provoking questions along the way. From disruptive treatments and technologies to tried-and-true ophthalmic practices, Ophthalmology off the Grid lends a curious perspective to topics new and old for an honest look at ophthalmology today.
 
Walter Salcido is a stand up comic, writer/contributor at fansided.com , combat sports ophthalmic technologist. Alex Solano is a combat sports contributor with The L.A. Times interviewing some of the funneist comedians, UFC fighters, Doctors and many more interesting, funny conversations...step into my world!
 
A storytelling podcast from an introvert on all things underestimated. Political, absurd, informative.
 
Podcasts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology - The Eye M.D. Association
 
Interviews with authors of the best research, reviews, and opinion published in JAMA Pediatrics. Topics covered: Child Health, Kids and Medicine, Adolescence, Pregnancy, and much more.
 
An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists
 
Current Concepts in Ophthalmology 2016 - 2017
 
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Dr. Yoshi Yonekawa and Dr. Will Parke join the program to discuss recent publications concerning pediatric retinal detachment surgery, open label extension of RISE and RIDE, and blood pressure fluctuations during intravitreal injections. Pediatric Retinal Detachment Surgery Open Label Extension RISE and RIDE Blood Pressure Fluctuations During IVI…
 
OIS Podcast visits with Eric Donnenfeld, MD, to review the field of innovative dry eye companies. We discuss the advances in drugs and devices, and Dr. Donnenfeld shares how new treatments are impacting ophthalmology, optometry, and combined practices. Few know the dry eye space as well.
 
Interview with Meghan Miller, PhD, author of Sibling Recurrence Risk and Cross-aggregation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum DisorderBy support@jamanetwork.com.
 
This is a short one. I talk about what's next for Underestimated, what to expect for the rest of 2018, and how the show will be changing in 2019. Follow the pod @underestipod on Twitter and @underestimatedpodcast on Instagram. You can email the show at underestimatedpodcast@gmail.com. The views expressed by the host in Underestimated: A Podcast ...…
 
In the December 2018 edition of the JAAPA podcast, hosts Adrian Banning and Kris Maday review articles on Chagas disease, primary care for colon cancer survivors, and reducing the risk of dementia. They also ask the question: should we target sleep architecture to more effectively treat schizophrenia? Plus, Kris and Adrian brace themselves for ...…
 
Dr. Ed Ryan of Minneapolis, MN joins the show to discuss device design, vitrectomy advances, and scleral buckling pearls.
 
Chris Wroten, OD, left a chemical engineering career to pursue his early love of optometry. This path followed a few detours and disasters (of the natural kind), but he credits the ophthalmology community for seeing him through some challenging times. Dr. Wroten, who is helping to organize the upcoming O ...…
 
A collection of audio messages in tribute of Dr. Joseph Maguire, vitreoretinal surgeon, teacher, and mentor, who passed away recently on November 23rd 2018. Read more in our blog post .
 
in this episode, we breakdown the biggest heavyweight championship boxiing fight this century. Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury at the Staple Center in Los Angeles, CA. Plus, Chuck Lidell vs Tito Ortiz, Should more be done to determine if a fighter should fight? and more combat sports talk
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, speaks to Ken Beckman, MD, about his contributions to innovations taking place in the cornea space. He touches on different topics surrounding corneal crosslinking and the challenges the treatment presents.
 
Steven Silverstein, MD, visits with the podcast to explain how extensively he uses Light Induced Visual-Response testing in his daily practice. We spoke with Dr. Silverstein prior to a talk he gave at this year’s AAO meeting. He explains how the test delivers important insights on patients battling several eye conditions including glaucoma, dia ...…
 
Jay is joined Dr. Audina Berrocal of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute to cover a myriad of topics including pediatric retinal surgery, gene therapy, staffing fellow surgery, and interviewing residency applicants.
 
This week, I dive into some of the weird stuff we're exposed to as kids that informs, in some ways, who we grow up to be. I cover two Detroit area staples in this episode: Milky The Clown, and Major Magic's All-Star Pizza Revue. Follow Underestimated on Twitter @underestipod and on Instagram @underestimatedpodcast. The view expressed in Underes ...…
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, takes some time this Thanksgiving to talk about the people who have helped him become the ophthalmologist he is today and invites others to share stories of what they're thankful for.
 
Drs. Daniel Chao and M. Ali Khan join to discuss three major articles examining K Grant awardees in ophthalmology, patient education available online for retinal detachment, and ophthalmology organizational support for medical students and trainees. Educational Opportunities for Medical Students in Ophthalmology Organizations. K Grant Awardees ...…
 
In the November 2018 episode of the JAAPA Podcast, hosts Kris Maday and Adrian Banning discuss CME articles on post-traumatic stress disorder in combat veterans and preventing sudden infant death syndrome. Our co-hosts also review articles on infectious mononucleosis and the causes of congenital stridor in infants. Plus, what do PAs and mashed ...…
 
First, thanks to everyone who has helped make the OIS Podcast such a success. We at Healthegy – the producer of the OIS Podcast and events – are grateful for your support. In this week’s episode, we’re visited again by Michael Abramoff, MD, founder and CEO of IDx, the first company to obtain FDA approval for an AI diagnostic tool. In this inter ...…
 
Listen as Marjan Farid, MD, and host Gary Wörtz, MD, discuss the late Roger Steinert, MD, an icon in the field of ophthalmology who passed away last year. Farid describes the valuable lessons she learned from watching him work and how she tries to emulate him in her daily interactions with patients.
 
Drs. Yasha Modi and Will Parke sit down live at the AAO 2018 Annual Meeting for a journal club including discussion of DRIL in retinal vein occlusion, sickle cell retinopathy characteristics, and the utility of scleral depression when examining eyes with posterior vitreous detachments. DRIL as a Biomarker Sickle Cell Retinopathy Characteristics ...…
 
Interview with Heather L. Tubbs-Cooley, RN, PhD, author of Association of Nurse Workload With Missed Nursing Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care UnitBy support@jamanetwork.com.
 
In this week's episode, we have an interview with Anne Ryan, founder of the Ann Arbor Aviary. We discuss aerial performance and circus arts, body positivity, and creating the safe spaces we want to see in the world. You can find the Ann Arbor Aviary at www.a2aviary.com, and you can follow the Aviary on Instagram @a2aviary, and also on Facebook ...…
 
An OIS@Mars probably isn’t in the cards, but the Red Planet remains a tight focus of ophthalmic innovators like Bob Main of Web Vision Technologies. In this podcast, Main explains why he’s looking for ophthalmic companies with The Right Stuff for space travel. Web Vision Technologies is working closely with the National Aeronautical Space Admin ...…
 
Jay is joined live at the AAO 2018 Annual Meeting by four retinal surgeons to discuss the November 2018 issue of Retinal Physician, which can be found at http://www.retinalphysician.com. Topics covered include management of pigment epithelial detachments in age-related macular degeneration, nanotechnology advances, uveitis in multiple sclerosis ...…
 
In this episode, we breakdown the main card of UFC 230: Daniel "DC" Cormier vs Derrick "The Beast" Lewis, plus Ben Askren joining the UFC and what that means for welterweight division. Boxing's Mickey Garcia vs Errol Spence, Combate Americas, Bellator and more combat sports talk
 
Aldeyra CEO and president Todd Brady shares the podcast mike with Dave McMullin, the former Shire executive who recently joined as senior vice president of corporate development and strategy. Together, the pair discuss the company’s positive Phase II test results for topical ocular reproxalap in patients with dry eye disease. They also speak ab ...…
 
In this podcast, CEO Franziska Ullrich explains how start-up Ophthorobotics is working to create a robotic system that can deliver intravitreal injections, freeing up physicians to work on other procedures. Ullrich discusses the system’s origins, its clinical path, and what plans are for the future. Ullrich will also present the company’s story ...…
 
Live from the 2018 AAO meeting in Chicago, host Gary Wörtz, MD, catches up with John Hovanesian, MD, and David Goldman, MD. Drs. Hovanesian and Goldman comment on the new IOL technologies changing the cataract space, the importance of creating a positive practice environment, the potential impact of private equity, and more.…
 
Drs. David Eichenbaum, Ryan Isom, and Chirag Shah conduct a roundtable practice management discussion including use of sample medications, treating uninsured patients, and thoughts on private equity.
 
Interview with Rebecca N. Dudovitz, MD, MSHS, author of Assessment of Exposure to High-Performing Schools and Risk of Adolescent Substance Use: A Natural ExperimentBy support@jamanetwork.com.
 
This week we take a break for our brains with an absurdly long but totally worth it Halloween special! I am joined for an amazing conversation with horror writer MontiLee Stormer where we cover everything from women in horror, to accessibility for writers, and the history of Paradise Valley in Detroit. You'll also hear stories from people about ...…
 
Dr. Diana Do of Stanford University joins the program to discuss how she applies clinical trial data for PDR/DME to her practice patterns and more.
 
In this October 2018 episode, hosts Adrian Banning and Kris Maday review CME articles on chronic kidney disease and prediabetes. They also discuss original research on substance abuse screening and take a look at new recommendations for the herpes zoster vaccine. Plus, Kris reveals his man-crush and Adrian breaks all the rules. Again.…
 
This week we chat with UFC Lightweight Jared "Flash" Gordon about his upcoming fight at UFC on FOX 31, we touch on his previous battle with drug addiction and the state of the UFC, Plus, recap of Bellator 207 and 208, Terrence Crawford's win and what's next for one of boxing's best pound for pound fighters.…
 
This special episode of the JAAPA Podcast offers a deep dive into the topic of sexual assault care. JAAPA Podcast host Adrian Banning interviews subject matter expert Katherine Thompson, PA-C in a powerful discussion covering everything from prevalence to practical tips for the clinical setting. Show notes For more information, Katherine welcom ...…
 
Audrey Talley Rostov, MD, talks to Gary Wörtz, MD, about her passion for working with organizations such as SightLife and Ophthalmic World Leaders. She also describes spending time as a child at her grandfather's dermatology practice and the strategic early career choices that helped her land in the right position.…
 
Dr. Mark Humayun of the University of Southern California joins to discuss his career and current and future engineering applications to treat retinal disease. More information on Dr. Humayun's work can be found at http://ibt.usc.edu/.
 
UFC 229 Recap, Khabib vs McGregor aftermath, breaking down Bellator 207 and 208, Amanda Serrano makes her main event debut for Combate Americas and quick preview of recent fights announced in combat sports in our new weekly fight announcement segment of the podcast.
 
A Halloween costume from 1987, an interview with Mark Croswell about a very underestimated career, ophthalmic photography, and a short, very liberal section on hope. Disclaimer: If you prefer not to listen to descriptions of eyes, eyeballs, autopsies, or anything like that, perhaps skip this episode. You can follow Underestimated on Twitter @un ...…
 
Dr. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya of Stanford University joins the podcast to discuss the intersection of ocular oncology and vitreoretinal surgery in his practice.
 
This weeks episode breaks down what's possibly the biggest fight in UFC history, UFC 229 Khabib "The Eagle" Nurmagomedov Vs "The Notorious" Conor McGregor for the Lightweight tiltle. Plus, recap of Bellator 206 Mousasi vs MacDonald, Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder press conference and more in the world of combat sports....…
 
Dr. Will Parke joins Jay to discuss the October 2018 issue of Retinal Physician including a conversation on the IRIS registry, discussion of high-speed vitrectomy cutters, and new steroid options for uveitis coming down the pipeline. All articles are available at http://retinalphysician.com.
 
Eyedaptic president and founder Jay Cormier tells OIS Podcast about his company’s augmented reality visual aid for people with late-stage age-related macular degeneration, which it expects to start beta testing soon. Watch his presentation at OIS Retina in Vancouver here.
 
Dr. M. Ali Khan of the Doheny Eye Institute joins the show for a journal club regarding four recent publications: Loss to Follow-up in Wet AMD Patients Receiving Anti-VEGF Loss to Follow-up in PDR Patients receiving Anti-VEGF versus PRP Designing Phase III Clinical Trials Cross-Sectional Study of Ophthalmology Chairs in the U.S.…
 
Dr. Steven Christiansen, better known as EyeSteve from http://www.eyesteve.com, joins the show to discuss studies presented at the recent Retina Society Annual Meeting.
 
Listen as Karl Stonecipher, MD, speaks with host Gary Wörtz, MD, about the bold individuals in the field of ophthalmology who helped pave a pathway forward for others, and why it's important to be open to new ideas. Dr. Stonecipher is a clinical associate professor at the University of North Carolina, and he has a private practice where he spec ...…
 
Founder and CEO Joel Wishkovsky created Simple Contacts’ phone-based app to save contact lens wearers time and money when they need a new supply of lenses but not a new prescription. Ophthalmologists are funding the company and conducting the remote examinations. But the firm isn’t seen favorably by optometrists, who stand to lose a steady stre ...…
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Lisa Olmos de Koo from the University of Washington to discuss several surgical topics including the ARGUS II implant, utilizing silicone oil, and scleral buckling pearls.
 
Combate Americas rising stars Erick "The Ghost Pepper" Gonzalez joins the podcast to discuss his upcoming fight at Camino a Copa Combate Friday Sep 28th in Long Beach, CA. We also recap Canelo vs GGG and breakdown this weekends combat sports fights..
 
In this podcast, James Thimons, OD, delivers a comprehensive state of innovation in the treatment of eye disease. We recorded this interview in August immediately following the National Glaucoma Society meeting on Cape Cod. Thimons discusses the impact of artificial intelligence, MIGS, extensive pressure monitoring, and the potential of a devic ...…
 
In the September 2018 edition of the JAAPA Podcast, hosts Kris Maday and Adrian Banning discuss review articles on ALS, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, abnormal uterine bleeding, and complicated appendicitis. Plus, if you could only prescribe three drugs for a year, which ones would you choose?
 
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