PITTSBURGH OPHTHALMOLOGY SOCIETY
Monthly Meeting Series
Registration is required for each meeting. Please visit www.pghoph.org to register online. Contact Nadine Popovich at firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 321-5030 for assistance.
October 5, 2021 (Tuesday)
Anup K. Khatana, MD
Medical Director, Cincinnati Eye Institute
Dr. Khatana joined Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) as a cataract and glaucoma specialist in 2000 and
was Director of the Glaucoma Service and fellowship from 2012 – 2020. He became Medical Director of the Cincinnati Eye Institute in 2019. He is a volunteer Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology, and was voted teacher of the year by his residents here in 2011. He has been selected by his peers to Best Doctors in America since 2001.
Dr. Khatana uses the latest cataract surgical technology, including the use of toric and multifocal intraocular lenses and specializes in the management of various complicated and advanced forms of glaucoma, as well as all the newer minimally invasive glaucoma surgeries. As an investigator in various clinical trials, Dr. Khatana is able to provide his patients access to new drugs and technologies at an earlier stage.
December 2, 2021 (Thursday)
Edwin H. Ryan, MD
Vitreoretinal Surgery, PLLC Associate Clinical Professor
University of Minnesota Dept of Ophthalmology
Dr. Ryan was awarded his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Minnesota. He completed a residency in Ophthalmology at Northwestern University and a fellowship in Diseases and Surgery of the Retina and Vitreous at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Ryan directed the Retina Service at the University of Minnesota Department of Ophthalmology from 1989 to 1992 and is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Ryan joined VitreoRetinal Surgery in 1996.January 6, 2022
Gregory S.H. Ogawa, MD
Eye Associates of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM
Dr. Gregory Ogawa is an ophthalmologist at Eye Associates of New Mexico, specializing in problems
involving intraocular lenses, irises, cataracts, and corneas. Dr. Ogawa manages complex patient cases, often for the underserved, routinely treating monocular patients and infants and children with cataracts as well as performing ocular reconstructive procedures for eyes that have experienced a range of injuries. At Eye Associates of New Mexico, he serves as the medical administrative officer in addition to his patient care activities.
Dr. Ogawa has designed multiple surgical instruments with the goal of making eye surgery safer and more effective. He has also developed, presented, and published new surgical techniques in the area of iris reconstruction and suture fixation of intraocular lens implants. He helped advance and disseminate new surgeries such as endothelial keratoplasty— implantation of miniature telescopes for patients with macular degeneration—and soon, the implantation of custom artificial irises.
A beloved educator, Dr. Ogawa travels nationally to major eye surgery meetings such as the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgery, and The Cornea Society where he teaches eye surgery in labs and didactic sessions to residents, fellows, and experienced practitioners.