Events

Research Symposium 2013

The event, first of its kinds is aimed at ophthalmic trainees and junior doctors with an opportunity to develop their understanding of research and academic ophthalmology. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about the forefront of research in this rapidly developing field by listening to world leading consultant ophthalmologists.

The events is open to students and junior doctors.

08.30

Registration

08.55

Welcome and introduction

09.00

Why is research important?

Mr Nigel Davis

0930

Research framework

Mr Sameer Trikha

10.00

Writing and publishing a paper as a medical student/junior doctor

Dr Vikas Tah

10.30

Tea and coffee break

10.45

Research Career: Review and advice of a Professor

Professor Sue Lightman

11.45

How to critically appraise a paper

Mr Tristan McMullan

12.30

Lunch

13.30

Choosing a career in Academic Ophthalmology

Mr Ashkan Killai

14.15

My PHD/MD

Mr Praveen Patel

14.45

Tea and coffee break

15.00

New themes in ophthalmology

Lyndon da Cruz

15.30

Publishing as a clinician

Mr Ashwin Reddy

16.00

Critical appraisal of selected paper

Mr Tristan McMullan

16.30

Research and interviews

Dr Andrew Swampillai

17.15

Completion of evaluation forms

17.30

Close of meeting

events@buos.co.uk

  • Sat 12th October 2013
  • 08.30 - 17.30
  • Laird Hall, Queen Mary University