Surgical Treatment of Presbyopia – Challenges and Opportunities

Requesting many highly sought after answers to questions surrounding the surgical treatment of Presbyopia, co-moderators Dick Lindstrom, Founder and Attending Surgeon for Minnesota Eye Consultants and Eugene de Juan, Jr., MD, Founder & Vice-Chairman for ForSight Labs, dig into the underlying challenges and emerging possibilities in Presbyopia surgery. Lending their expertise to provide attendees with a comprehensive outlook, panelists Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, FAAO, FACS, President Elect for ASCRS, David Chang, MD, President for ASCRS and Barry Cheskin, President & CEO and Co-Founder for PowerVision, Inc., deliver responses based on their real-time results and data.



Richard Lindstrom, MD

Dr Richard L Lindstrom, Founder and attending surgeon at Minnesota Eye Consultants, Adjunct Clinical Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Department of Ophthalmology, Associate Director: Minnesota Lions Eye Bank, Board Member: University of Minnesota Foundation, and Visiting Professor: UC Irvine: Gavin Herbert Eye Institute.

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Eugene de Juan, MD

Renowned retinal surgeon, inventor and entrepreneur Dr. Eugene de Juan, Jr., serves as Vice-Chairman of ForSight Labs, where he participates as an active inventor and advisor in early-stage ophthalmic device opportunities.

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Barry Cheskin

Barry Cheskin is Co-Founder, President & CEO of PowerVision. Mr. Cheskin has over 20 years of general management experience in the medical device business.

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Eric Donnenfield

Eric Donnenfeld, MD

Dr. Donnenfeld is a Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at NYU, Trustee of Dartmouth Medical School, and founding partner of Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island.

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David Chang

David Chang, MD

David F. Chang, MD is a graduate of Harvard College and Medical School, and completed his residency at UCSF where he is now clinical professor. He has been on the ASCRS Executive Committee since 2009, is a past president, and currently co-chairs the ASCRS Foundation.

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