دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران
Iran University of Medical Sciences

25th Annual Congress of Iranian Society of Ophthalmology 14Dec-17 Dec 2015

 | Post date: 2015/12/20 | 

In Razi Conference hall (IUMS)

An International Ophthalmology Congress with presence of 18 European & American speakers by cooperation of deputy of Science and Technology of health ministry are holding in razi conference hall.

This congress provides an opportunity to have an interview with Harminder Singh Duaan Indian-British medical doctor and researcher. He is the chair and professor of ophthalmology at University of Nottingham and is the head of the Division of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, and Shigeru Kinoshita, M.D., Ph.D. Innovator and Pioneer in the Biology and Reconstruction of the Ocular Surface Builder of Academic and Research Programs Mentor and Exceptional Citizen of the Cornea and Ophthalmic Community.

 

*Introduce yourself?

I am HARMINDER SINGH DUA professor of ophthalmology in Nottingham university of England.

*How did you see the congress?

Well, this is my second trip to the congress.it is very good and very well attended both from foreign delegate and Iranian delegate. There is a lot of good ophthalmology in Iran, and from the attendance you can see a lot of motivation for learning more.

*How did you see the future of ophthalmology science in Iran?

I think to the future, is bright. You got a talented expertise

You can see people with very well motivation. you can single faculty interested to develop not only in ophthalmology but also training the students and training the younger generation .I have interacted with some of trainees that they are very enthusiastic think the future is very good. It is a question of funding and getting the right amount of money and develop the new treatment and of course new treatment cost more and more. New equipment and surgical are very expensive and achieved to them need more time.

*For the last question would you like to have collaboration with Iran or ophthalmology association of Iran?

Personally will be very happy to do that.in fact in 2013 we set up collaboration and in that collaboration, one doctor from here got European fellowship to come and work in my lab but he had a family illness and he couldn’t come.

We like to have collaboration with Iran.

*Would you please introduce yourself?

My name is professor SHIGERU KINOSHITA Coming here from Kyoto, japan.

This is a very first time come to Iran, so that was quite exiting. I have been Abu Dhabi, Saudi.

Iran is very interesting and everybody is working very hard. For instance in this meeting, some participant stay at the whole meeting hear and discuss about the scientific, I think that was amazing.

*How did you think about the congress?

Congress itself, I think we just spend half and a day. There are many good Sargent here specially in cornea. We are working in the cornea field. Because of this, I think Iranian ophthalmologists are easy to access eyeback.so they had quiet experience in cornea surgery, especially in cornea transplantation.

*How did you think about the future of ophthalmology in Iran?

Well, my understating is very skillful ophthalmologist are here and they would like to more toward to the some kind of clinical research and basic research and they would like to develop their own. I think treatment or diagnostic tools or self. If ideally we could have more interaction and visit ophthalmologist outside of Iran. We could have brilliant and brightest ophthalmologist in the world.

 

During that 3 Days congress general ophthalmology in the forms of various programs such as speech, symposia, workshop and free articles are going to be represent to ophthalmologists.

 

Interview by: S.Homayounfard




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