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In the 1950s, intraocular lenses became among the most important discoveries in modern medicine. In the 1990s, lasers evolved to reduce dependence on glasses. The combination of refinements of these 2 big discoveries have changed our current approaches to eye surgery. The talk will clarify the different kinds of ailments you might get in your eyesight and how modern (and recent) technologies can treat such ailments:
When and how often you should get an eye exam.
How your eyes work for far and for near.
What the different options in glasses or contact lenses are.
Whether you are a candidate for laser vision correction or lens extraction or not.
More about advanced options and technologies.
Dr. Nada Jabbur:
After obtaining a B.Sc. at AUB in 1986, Nada Left Lebanon to graduate as a Medical Doctor in 1990 from McGill University. Her postgraduate training was done at Harvard Medical School, Columbia, Georgetown and Johns Hopkins University (JHU). She worked at JHU for 9 years where she became an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and returned to Lebanon in 2005.
Nada was one of the FDA clinical investigators that led to approval of Excimer Lasers for vision correction. She has taught over 150 fellows and residents and continues her responsibilities in teaching and administration locally and internationally. Nada is heading the Ophthalmology Department at the Clemenceau Medical Center and is Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at AUB’s Medical Center (AUBMC).
Nada received her American Board of Ophthalmology in 1997, the Senior Achievement Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology in 2018 and has been an active Member of the Board of the Lebanese Ophthalmological Society for the past decade. Her hobbies include photography and travel as well as swimming.