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Pediatric Ophthalmology for the PCP

1.28.21
7:00 AM EST
FREE
Pediatric Ophthalmology for the PCP

Cincinnati Children’s is hosting a free live webinar concerning Pediatric Ophthalmology Updates on January 27, 2021, from 7:00-8:00am (EST).


This webinar will feature short 10 minute or less topical updates from Pediatric Ophthalmology faculty with opportunity for Q&A following each presentation. Learn more about Cincinnati Children's Community Practice Support Tools at: https://gcmd.co/pcptools


For this live event, there is CME education credit available. To receive continuing education you must have a CME profile. Create one at: https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/professional/continuing-education


Faculty

Faculty

Paul Bunch, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio

Dr. Paul Bunch is a pediatrician in Mason, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine and completed his residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 2011 and served as Chief Resident in 2012. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is a member of the Cincinnati Pediatric Society. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Bunch’s special areas of interest include childhood obesity, the use of technology in health care, quality improvement and medical education. He strives to approach pediatrics in an evidence-based and family-centered manner.

Eniolami Dosunmu, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio

As a pediatric ophthalmologist, Dr. Dosunmu provides care and management for children with amblyopia, strabismus, CHARGE syndrome, pediatric cataracts, pediatric glaucoma (medical management), epidermolysis bullosa, Treacher Collins syndrome and other anterior segment disease processes. Dr. Dosunmu’s research focuses on improving care for children with CHARGE syndrome, measurement of intraocular pressure (IOP) in children, amblyopia, and retinopathy of prematurity. Dr. Dosunmu is the 2019 Medical Student Educator of the Year Award winner from The University of Cincinnati.

Kelsey Mach, OD, FAAO
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio

As a pediatric optometry, Dr. Mach provides routine and urgent eye care, and sees patients for a variety of conditions: Amblyopia; Eye injuries; Ocular manifestations of systemic conditions; Red eyes; Strabismus and more. In 2018, Dr. Mach completed the rigorous AAOPT Fellowship, which only a small percentage of optometrists complete. Dr. Mach’s research interests include comparing the severity of ocular allergies in urban and rural patients and developing a care algorithm to standardize the treatment of ocular allergies based on the severity of clinical signs during exams.

W. Walker Motley, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio

Dr. Motley primarily addresses medical or optical issues that slow or reverse vision development in children under seven years old, such as: Amblyopia; crossed or misaligned eyes; double vision; cataracts; optic pathway gliomas and capillary hemangiomas. His research focuses on gaining a better understanding of how optic pathway obstructions impact visual function and the best way to provide treatment. Dr. Motley is also interested in improving education and training for future pediatric ophthalmologists. Before medical school he earned degrees in biomedical engineering.

Virginia Miraldi Utz, MD, FAAP
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio

Dr. Virginia Miraldi Utz, is a Pediatric Ophthalmologist and assistant professor of pediatrics. During residency, she was awarded the Ocular Immunology and Uveitis Foundation Travel Grant for her research in ocular microbiology and immunology and the Humanism in Ophthalmology Award. Dr. Miraldi Utz specializes in the management of pediatric eye disorders such as amblyopia, strabismus, and pediatric cataracts. She has special clinical and research interests in ocular inflammatory disease and ophthalmic genetic disorders, including ocular malformations and retinal dystrophies.

Michael Yang, MD
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Ohio

As an eye doctor and Division Director of Pediatric Ophthalmology, Dr. Yang generally cares for patients with complicated conditions: Nystagmus with abnormal head postures; cataracts; glaucoma; retinopathy of prematurity; strabismus; with a special interest in superior oblique palsies. His clinical research is in retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), specifically, better treatments with low dose anti-VEGF, and predicting ROP in premature infants. Dr. Yang has been honored by both the AAOPT and AAPOS in addition to having served on the editorial board for the Journal of AAPOS.

Agenda

7:00 am - 7:10 am
Openning Remarks
Paul Bunch, MD
Michael Yang, MD
7:10 am - 7:20 am
Ocular Trauma
Eniolami Dosunmu, MD
7:20 am - 7:30 am
Orbital Cellulitis / Preseptal Cellulitis
W. Walker Motley, MD
7:30 am - 7:40 am
Failed Vision Screening
Virginia Miraldi Utz, MD, FAAP
Kelsey Mach, OD, FAAO
7:40 am - 8:00 am
Full Panel Q&A
Virginia Miraldi Utz, MD, FAAP
W. Walker Motley, MD
Michael Yang, MD
Kelsey Mach, OD, FAAO
Eniolami Dosunmu, MD
Paul Bunch, MD