ZEISS at ARVO 2024
MEET ZEISS AT BOOTH #1931

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ZEISS at ARVO 2024


May 5-9, 2024
Seattle, WA
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Our program and posters await you.

Join us at Booth #1931 to explore the intricate world of the ZEISS Medical Ecosystem. Learn how our instruments are working seamlessly together, using the power of data and artificial intelligence to usher in an era of personalized and connected workflows suitable for every need. Come see how we are leveraging deep learning to impact patient care.

EXHIBITION HALL: BOOTH #1931

ZEISS Educational Theater

Make time in your schedule to hear from our impressive line-up of expert speakers together with ZEISS scientists.

AI and OCT: A Sneak Peek into the Future of Retinal Imaging

Be one of the first people to learn how ZEISS CIRRUS OCT supports the early identification of potentially abnormal macular data with OCT B-scans powered by Artificial Intelligence.

Presented by:
Katherine Talcott, MD, FASRS with ZEISS Scientist, Naranchana Manivannan, PhD

The Power of EnFace OCT Imaging in AMD

OCT and OCTA are one-stop shops for managing Dry AMD. An OCT scan can follow the entire life cycle of the disease.

Presented by:
Philip Rosenfeld, MD, PhD with ZEISS Scientist, Jochen Straub, PhD

A Broader Picture Reveals More Clues

This session will discuss the use of CLARUS 700 Ultrawide fundus imaging with True Color in the diagnosis and treatment of Uveitis.

Presented by:
Rupesh Agrawal with ZEISS Scientist, Tara Pahlevan, PhD

The Role of Vasculature Matrix in Retinal Development

How can we quantify retinal vessels using the vasculature matrix from a high-quality OCT scan? We'll discuss best practices and current studies being done.

Presented by:
Ruikang (Ricky) Wang, PhD with ZEISS Scientist, Qinqin Zhang, PhD

Anterior Chamber Angiography with Swept-source OCT

We will discuss the associations between anterior chamber angiography and structure in the outflow system of glaucoma subjects, primarily using the PLEX Elite with the prototype anterior segment attachment.

We will confirm and update the date and time shortly.

Presented by:
Ronald Zambrano, PhD with ZEISS Scientist, Zahra Nafar, PhD

  • Our ODs and PhDs share their own journeys.
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There's more than one path to a scientific career.

Our ODs and PhDs share their own journeys.

Drop by for some #realtalk with members of the ZEISS research and clinical teams Learn how their career paths took shape—leading them to a rewarding career at ZEISS.
Exact times and dates are forthcoming.

Clinical Career Panelists
Tara Pahlevan, OD
Patty Sha, OD
Alicia Lau, OD

Research Career Panelists
Gwen Musial, PhD
Collins Opoku-Baah, OD, PhD
Sejal Ghate, M.S.E

Preview the 2024 Posters

Downloads will be available at the conclusion of the ARVO meeting.

  • Robust OCT axial motion correction by using multiple pairs of orthogonal scans
    Homayoun Bagherinia | May 4  

    Dewarping of anterior chamber swept-source OCT cube scans
    Amanda Carpenter | May 4, 2024 at 3:15-3:45pm | Poster #0111

    Imaging meibomian glands with OCT and OCTA
    Zahra Nafar | May 4 at 12:00-12:45pm

    Comparison of the deep learning-based choroid segmentation with and without optical attenuation corrected inputs
    Kique Romero | May 4, 2024 at 9:30-10:00am | Poster #0011

  • AI Segmentation

    Comparative analysis of classical foveal avascular zone segmentation in small vs. large field of view OCTA images
    Shereen Elezaby | May 9 at 8:00-9:45am | Poster #5947 / B0548

    Comparative Analysis of Training Approaches for Deep Learning GA Segmentation Models
    Gwen Musial | May 6 at 3:00-4:45pm | Poster #2384 / A0276

    Deep learning-based anterior chamber segmentation for swept-source OCT (SS-OCT)
    Hugang Ren | May 6 at 3:00-4:45pm | Poster #2387 / A0279

    Explainable AI workflow for fluid analysis in OCT scans to aid age-related macular degeneration monitoring
    Raghu Prasad

    A Unified Deep Learning Model for GA Segmentation: Adaptable to SS-OCT and SD-OCT Data with Multiple Scan Patterns
    Qinqin Zhang | May 6 at 3:00-4:45pm | Poster #2388 / A0280

    AI Tracking

    Enhancing optical coherence tomography (OCT) retinal tracking with a deep learning infrared-reflectance (IR) image quality classification model for reference frame selection.
    Aanish Nair | May 6 at 8:30-10:15am | Poster #1594 / A0228

  • AI Clinical Decision Support

    Widefield choroidal vascularity index analysis for swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT)
    Homayoun Bagherinia | May 6 at 3:00-4:45pm | Poster #2389 / A0281

    User input-based ETDRS 7-fields and macular grids display for diabetic retinopathy classification in widefield fundus images
    Sejal Ghate | May 7 at 8:30-10:15am | Poster #3189 / B0477

    Leveraging archetypal analysis for classifying glaucomatous visual field defects
    Collins Opoku-Baah | May 6 at 8:30-10:15am | Poster #1637 / A0355

    A consensus approach to train deep learning models to predict glaucoma progression from visual field data
    Georgin Jacob | May 8 at 10:30am-12:15pm | Poster #4801 / B0464

    Feasibility and clinical efficacy of an OCT B-scan of interest tool
    Gary Lee | May 8 at 10:30am-12:15pm | Poster #4845 / B0567

    AI Image Quality

    Utilizing classical image processing for ground truth in deep learning-based projection artifact removal
    Ali Salehi | May 6 at 3:00-3:45pm | Poster #2370 / A0262

  • Repeatability and reproducibility of optical coherence tomography (OCT) measurements on CIRRUS HD-OCT macular measurements on CIRRUS 6000 compared to CIRRUS 5000 in retinal diseased eyes
    Angie Covita | May 8 at 10:30am-12:15pm | Poster # TBA

    Repeatability and reproducibility of optical coherence tomography (OCT) corneal thickness (CT) and epithelial thickness map (ETM) measurements on CIRRUS 6000 compared to CIRRUS 5000 on eyes with corneal pathologies or laser refractive surgery history
    Lung Di | May 8 at 10:30am-12:15pm | Poster #4836 / B0558

    Repeatability and reproducibility of optical coherence tomography (OCT) measurements on CIRRUS 6000 compared to CIRRUS 5000 in glaucoma eyes
    Alicia Lau | May 8 at 10:30am-12:15pm | Poster #4837 / B0559

    Comparison of optical coherence tomography measurements between CIRRUS 6000 and CIRRUS 5000 instruments in healthy population
    Naranchana Manivannan | May 8 at 2:15-4:00pm | Poster #5500 / B0603

    Comparison of CIRRUS 6000 Macular Cube 512x128 and Macular Cube 200x200 scan measurements
    Patty Sha | May 8 at 2:15-4:00pm | Poster #5512 / B0615

  • Contrast-enhancement of widefield infrared retinal images via speckle reduction
    Kat Foote | May 9 at 2:00-3:45pm | Poster #6665 / B0788

    Preservation of feature shapes in widefield retinal images using different map projections
    Conor Leahy | May 9 at 2:00-3:45pm | Poster #6660 / B0783

    Use of infracyanine green with angiography imaging
    Tara Pahlevan | May 9 at 2:00-3:45pm | Poster #6662 / B0785

Euan S. Thomson, PhD, President of Ophthalmology and Head of Digital Business, Carl Zeiss Meditec, AG, explains the ZEISS Medical Ecosystem.

The ZEISS Medical Ecosystem

Fully integrated. Data driven.

The ZEISS Medical Ecosystem makes digital adoption easy, providing one ecosystem connecting devices, data and applications that enable a streamlined workflow, clinical planning, education, and optimization of clinical procedures. It opens possibilities for the creation of new solutions, where data passes seamlessly from one ZEISS device to another using artificial-intelligence-powered applications and software tools.

Working better together. See for yourself what intelligent, data-driven, connected care has to offer.

Join us in booth #1931 to learn more.

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Seattle Convention Center
705 Pike Street
WA 98101-2310 Seattle
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