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  • Jennifer Staple
    Sep 3, 2006
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      _*Innovation, Advancement, and Best Practices To Achieve Global Goals
      **Unite For Sight's Fourth Annual International Health Conference*_
      * APRIL 14-15, 2007 - STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE,
      CALIFORNIA, USA
      *http://uniteforsight.org/conference/2007/index.php
      *
      ***Please also feel free to forward this message to anyone who may be
      interested in attending or presenting.**

      *Register Today For A Reduced Rate! (Current Rate is $45 Students/$65
      All Others - *_EARLY BIRD RATE INCREASES AFTER SEPTEMBER 15_**
      http://uniteforsight.org/conference/2007/index.php

      *When:* April 14-15, 2007
      *Where:* Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California, USA
      *Theme:* "Innovation, Advancement, and Best Practices To Achieve Global
      Goals"
      *Who should attend?*Anyone interested in eye care, international health,
      medicine, health education, health promotion, public health,
      international service, nonprofits, or microenterprise
      *Conference Goal: *To exchange ideas across disciplines about best
      practices in public health, medicine and research, and international
      health and development. Conference topics range from/ "The Right to
      Health: Towards Social Inclusion and Universal Health Care in Latin
      America"/ and /"Antiretroviral Drugs and Issues of Drug Access and
      Quality in the Developing World"/ to /"Global Progress in Preventing the
      Burden of Blindness and Other Diseases Caused by Measles and Rubella"/
      and /"Once I Was Blind....The Challenges of Eye Care in Ghana"/**

      * Join over 1,500 leaders, doctors, professionals, and students from
      5 continents
      * More than 150 speakers about eye care, public health,
      international development, entrepreneurship, microfinance, policy
      and advocacy, bioethics, and medicine
      * Exchange ideas about best practices to achieve global goals in
      health and development


      _LIST OF CONFERENCE SESSIONS ARE LISTED BELOW_


      ยท General Topics With Conference Sessions


      a. Global Health


      b. Overseas Volunteering


      c. Health and Human Rights


      d. Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship


      e. Refugee Health


      f. HIV/AIDS


      g. Infectious Disease


      h. International Health and Development By Region


      i. Global Eye Care


      j. Glaucoma Symposium


      _GLOBAL HEALTH -- SESSIONS_


      _Partnerships in Public Health_

      *"Partnerships in Public Health"*, Jacob Kumaresan/, MD, MPH, Dr.PH,
      President, International Trachoma Initiative/
      *"International Trachoma Initiative - Public/Private Partnership To
      Eradicate Blinding Trachoma"*, Joe Feczko/, MD, Chief Medical Officer;
      President, Worldwide Development, Pfizer Inc./
      *"Public Private Partnerships to Provide Safe Drinking Water in
      Africa"*, Greg Allgood/, PhD, Director, Children's Safe Drinking Water,
      Procter & Gamble/
      *"Public Private Partnerships to Advance Technologies for Neglected
      Disease"*, Christopher Elias/, MD, MPH, President of PATH/


      _Health As If People Mattered_

      *"Health As If People Mattered: Development With A Human Face"*, John
      Hammock/, PhD, The Alexander N. McFarlane Associate Professor of Public
      Policy, Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science
      and Policy and The Fletcher School, Tufts University; Former Executive
      Director, Oxfam America; former Executive Director, ACCION
      International; Founder and Former Director, Feinstein International
      Famine Center, Tufts University; Consultant, Women's World Banking and
      USAID/
      *"To Replant the Uprooted: Toward a Shared Vision of Healthy
      Communities"*, George Rupp/, PhD, President and CEO, International
      Rescue Committee/


      _Health and Development in the 21st Century_

      *"Young Leaders In Action: Tomorrow's Leaders But Also Today's"*,
      William Reese/, President and CEO, International Youth Foundation/
      *"Critical Health Issues in the 21st Century"*, Susan Blumenthal/, MD,
      MPA, Former US Assistant Surgeon General, Clinical Professor of
      Psychiatry at Georgetown School of Medicine and Tufts University Medical
      Center/
      *"Challenges in Public Health: From Smallpox and Polio Eradication to
      SARS and Avian Influenza"*, David Heymann/, MD, MPH, Former Executive
      Director for Communicable Diseases, World Health Organization/


      _Global Health, Economic Unions, and The State_

      *"Global Health and Economic Unions"*, Stephen Bezruchka/, MD, MPH,
      Senior Lecturer, University of Washington School of Public Health and
      Community Medicine/
      *"Global Rationalities and Local Disasters: Reconsidering the Role of
      the State in Global Public Health"*, Craig Janes/, PhD, Associate Dean,
      Education, Faculty of Health Sciences Office of the Dean, Simon Fraser
      University/


      _Humanitarian Emergencies_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Stephen Tomlin/, Vice President of Program,
      Policy and Planning, International Medical Corps/


      _International Community Health_

      *"Community Programs With Vision"*, David Werner/, PhD, Co-Founder,
      Director of HealthWrights (Workgroup for People's Health and Rights);
      Visiting Professor at Boston University International School of Public
      Health; Author, "Where There Is No Doctor"/
      *"The Philosophies of International Care: Do No Harm"*, Cliff
      OCallahan/, MD, /PhD, Middlesex Hospital Family Practice Program


      _Perspectives on Global Health_

      *"Traingulation: Using Existing Data For Program Improvement and Policy
      Recommendations - The Case of Botswana and Malawi"*, Karen White/, MBA,
      MPH, Senior Researcher, Institute for Global Health, UCSF/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Farshad Rastegar/, MD, President and CEO,
      Relief International/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Jim Smith/, Executive Director, American
      International Health Alliance Inc./
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Sarah Shannon/, Executive Director, Hesperian
      Foundation/


      _Innovative Programs and Organizations_

      *"The Emergence of a New Type of Physician: Lessons Learned From
      International Experiences"*, Andre-Jacques Neusy/, MD, DTM&H, Associate
      Professor of Medicine; Director of Center for Global Health, New York
      University School of Medicine/
      *"From Strong Innovative Programs to Strong Innovative Organizations"*,
      Bjorg Palsdottir/, MPA, Consultant, Co-Founder and Associate Director of
      the Center for Global Health at New York Unive/


      _Beyond Firewood: Basic Needs in Developing Countries_

      *"Solar Cooking and Solar Water Pasteurization - Addressing Two Basic
      Needs in Developing Countries"*, Robert Metcalf/, PhD, Professor
      Biological Sciences, California State University, Sacramento; Treasurer,
      Solar Cookers International/
      *"Addressing The Reproductive Health of Women and Girls Displaced By
      Conflict and Natural Disasters"*, Sandra Krause/, MPH, BSN, Reproductive
      Health Project Director, Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children/


      _Childhood Diseases_

      *"Expanding Community Case Management for Childhood Diseases in
      Conflict-Affected Countries: Scale and Impact in Rwanda and South
      Sudan"*, Emmanuel dHarcourt/, Senior Child Survival Technical/
      *"Tears of a Dying Child: An Insight into Child Mortality From Disease
      in Ghana"*, Samuel Edusa/, MD Candidate, University of Ghana Medical
      School; Chairman, LifeSavers Initiative NGO/
      *"Global Epidemiology of Childhood Blindness: Challenges for Public
      Health Ophthalmology"*, Mohammad Muhit/, MD, Clinical Research Fellow,
      International Centre for Eye Health, London School of Hygiene and
      Tropical Medicine/
      *"Childhood Blindness in Sri Lanka"*, Habiba Rawoof/, MBBS, DOphth,
      M.Sc.CEH, Ophthalmologist, Sri Lanka/


      _Children, Global Health and Development_

      *"Challenges of Partnering to Achieve Global Health Goals Impacting
      Children"*, Andrea Gay/, MA, MCP, Director, Children's Health Program,
      United Nations Foundation/
      *"How To Help Children in Humanitarian Emergencies"*, Marisa Herran/,
      MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve University;
      Co-Director, Rainbow Center for Global Child Health/


      _Education and International Development_

      *"Education in Africa: Foreign Aid to the Rescue?"*, Joel Samoff/,
      Consulting Professor, Center for African Studies, Stanford University/
      *"Creating a Real Learning Environment in a Rural School in South
      India"*, Mason Byles/, former executive, Hewlett Packard/


      _Leadership of Youth-Led Global NGOs: A Special Workshop_

      *"Leadership of Student-Led Global NGOs"*, Derek Yach/, MBChB, MPH,
      Director of Rockefeller Foundation's Program on Global Health/


      _Technology and Telemedicine: New Innovations in Health Care_

      *"Case Studies of the Interactions between Governance and Healthcare
      Technology Solutions"*, Kathryn McDonald/, Executive Director and Senior
      Scholar, Center for Health Policy/Center for Primary Care and Outcomes
      Research, Stanford University/
      *"Deploying a Low Cost, Long Distance WiFi-based Teleophthalmology
      Network in Rural India: The Aravind Experience"*, Sonesh Surana/, PhD
      Candidate, University of California at Berkeley/
      *"Project ECHO: Telemedicine Extension For Community Healthcare
      Outcomes"*, Sanjeev Arora/, MD, Executive Vice Chairman, Department of
      Medicine, University of New Mexico School of Medicine/
      *"RICE: Remote Interaction, Consultation, and Epidemiology - A New Use
      For Cell Phones"*, Eliot Grigg/, MD Candidate, George Washington
      University School of Medicine/


      _Global Health Ethics_

      *"Global Health Ethics in the New Millenium, Evolving Concepts"*, Anvar
      Velji/, MD, Co-Founder and Treasurer, Global Health Education
      Consortium; Chief of Infectious Disease at Kaiser Permanente, South
      Sacramento; Clinical Professor, University of California at Davis/
      *"Socially Responsible and Financially Just Global Health Electives"*,
      Evaleen Jones/, MD, Founder, President and Medical Director, Child
      Family Health International; Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford
      University School of Medicine/


      _Community Health and Activism_

      *"Advocacy and Community Health"*, Gabriel Garcia/, MD, Professor of
      Medicine, Associate Dean of Medical School Admissions, Stanford
      University School of Medicine/
      *"Jade Ribbon Campaign: Uniting The World To Eliminate Hepatitis B and
      Liver Cancer"*, Samuel So/, MD, Lui Lac Minh Professor of Surgery;
      Director, Asian Livery Center; Director, Liver Cancer Program, Stanford
      University School of Medicine/
      *"The HIV/AIDS Pandemic, Community Response and Disease Specific
      Activism"*, David Katzenstein/, Professor of Medicine, Infectious
      Disease, Stanford University School of Medicine/
      *"Bringing Public Health's Voice to Sustainable Trade and Development"*,
      Ellen Shaffer/, PhD, MPH, Co-Director, CPATH; Assistant Clinical
      Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, University of California at
      San Francisco/


      _Global Food Systems_

      *"Global Food Systems: Does How We Eat Threaten Food Security For
      Low-Income Countries?"*, Robert S. Lawrence/, MD, Edyth H. Schoenrich
      Professor of Preventive Medicine and Associate Dean for Professional
      Practice and Programs; Director, Center for a Livable Future, Johns
      Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Cathy Skoula/, Executive Director, Action
      Against Hunger-USA/


      _Engaging in Community-Based Health Programs I_

      *"Bridging The Gap Between Providers and Vulnerable Groups: Reducing
      Stigma and Discrimination in VCT/STI Services"*, Rebecka Lundgren/, MPH,
      Director of Operations and Behavioral Research, Institute for
      Reproductive Health, Georgetown University/
      *"Implementation of Adolescent Sexual Health Education in El Salvador"*,
      Gabriel Brat/, MSc, MD Candidate, Stanford University School of Medicine/


      _Engaging in Community-Based Health Programs II_

      *"Engaging a Participatory Process for the Development of an Integrated
      Microcredit Program in Nogales, Mexico"*, Eva Shaw/, MPH, Research
      Technician, University of Arizona's Southwest Institute for Research on
      Women/
      *"Project Bokonon: Public Health in Action"*, Rosita Najmi/, Co-Founder,
      Project Bokonon/


      _Global Health Workforce and the Brain Drain Problem_

      *"Globalization and the Health Workforce: Historical Perspectives,
      Future Challenges"*, Tom Hall/, MD, DrPH, Department of Epidemiology and
      Biostatistics, UCSF School of Medicine/
      *"The African Brain Drain: Creating Solutions to the Problem One Mission
      at a Time"*, Constance Nduaguba/, MD, Clinical Instructor, Glaucoma
      Service, University of Pennsylvania Scheie Eye Institute/


      _Sanitation and Water Use_

      *"Ecological Sanitation in Rural Haiti: An Interdisciplinary Approach to
      Sanitation, Public Health and Soil Fertility"*, Sasha Kramer/, PhD,
      Postdoctoral Researcher, Stanford Collaboratory For Research on Global
      Projects, Civil and Environmental Engineering; Visiting Scholar,
      Stanford University Department of Biological Sciences/


      _Global Cardiovascular Health_

      *"Cardiovascular Risk Factors in South Asian Immigrants: Apo A-I Gene
      Mutations"*, Sunita Dodani/, MD, MS, FCPS, PhD, Department of
      Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pitts/
      *"Hypertension Control in Primary Control Settings in the Republic of
      Georgia"*, Fred Tavill/, MD, DpH, Senior Program Consultant, Center for
      International health/
      *"Social Capital and Hypertension in Rural Haitian Women"*, Cris
      Malino/, MPH/


      _Strategies to Sustainable Healthcare_

      *"Pursuing a Ghost: Fostering Sustainable Health Care in Developing
      Countries"*, Salvador Baldizon/, MD//, MA, MPH, Health Protection
      Specialist, Free From Hunger/


      _Surgery and Global Health_

      *"Interplast: Using Innovative Technology to Improve Surgical Care in
      Developing Countries"*, Susan Hayes/, President and CEO, Interplast/
      *"Surgery and Global Health: A Mandate for Research, Training, and
      Service"*, Doruk Ozgediz, MD, MSc, Chief Resident in General Surgery,
      University of California at San Francisco/, and William P. Schecter, MD,
      Professor of Clinical Surgery at UCSF, Vice Chair of the Department of
      Surgery at UCSF, and Chief of Surgery at San Francisco General Hospital/


      _OVERSEASE VOLUNTEERING_


      _Real-Life Lessons in Cultural Competency_

      *"The Ground Meat Parable: Real-life Lessons from Africa for
      International Volunteers"*, Valda Ford/, MPH, MS, RN, University of
      Nebraska Medical Center/
      *"Hold Your Breath: A Film on Cultural Competency"*, Maren
      Grainger-Monsen/, MD, Senior Research Scholar, Center for Biomedical
      Ethics, Stanford School of Medicine/
      *"Cultural Competence in Global Health: Linguistic Solutions to
      Cross-Cultural Complications"*, T.S. Harvey/, PhD, Assistant Professor
      of Linguistic Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University/


      _Engaging Students in International Health I_

      *"Engaging Students in International Health: A Case Study"*, Robert
      David Siegel/, MD, PhD, Department of Microbiology and Immunology,
      Program in Human Biology, and Center for African Studies, Stanford
      University/
      *"Phacos, 115 Degrees, and Marriage Proposals? Stories and Lessons >From
      Volunteering in Bihar, India"*, Anna Cooper/, MPH Candidate, University
      of Rochester School of Public Health/
      *"Perspectives on Tamale From A Unite For Sight Volunteer"*, Nicholas
      Greene/, Unite For Sight Volunteer in Tamale, Ghana/


      _Engaging Students in International Health II_

      *"Teaching Health Profession Students Global Health: Resources, Methods,
      Opportunities"*, Tom Hall./, MD, DrPH, Department of Epidemiology and
      Biostatistics, UCSF School of Medicine/
      *"Innovations in Global Health Education"*, Thomas Novotny/, MD, MPH,
      Director of International Programs; Professor in Residence, Epidemiology
      and Biostatistics, UCSF School of Medicine/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Ana Carolina Victoria/, MD Candidate, Albert
      Einstein School of Medicine/


      _Preparing To Volunteer Overseas_

      *"Travel Medicine: Preparing For A Trip & Evaluating The Ill-Returned
      Traveler"*, D. Scott Smith/, MD, MSc, DTM&H, Chief of Infectious Disease
      and Geographic Medicine, Kaiser Redwood City Hospital/
      *"Preparing To Volunteer in Ghana"*, Nicholas Greene./, Unite For Sight
      Volunteer in Tamale, Ghana/


      _An Eye Opener in Chennai, India: A Unite For Sight Film_


      _HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS -- SESSIONS_


      _Health and Human Rights_

      *"The Right to Health: Towards Social Inclusion and Universal Health
      Care in Latin America"*, Arachu Castro/, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor
      of Social Medicine, Academic Director; Program in Infectious Disease and
      Scoial Change, Harvard Medica School / Partners in Heath/
      *"Health and Human Rights: The Impact of War on Vision and Ocular
      Health"*, Derek Mladenovich/, OD, FAAO, MPH Candidate, Fellow, World
      Council of Optometry; External Examiner, International Rescue Committee,
      Thailand/
      *"Infectious Diseases and Human Rights: Making Research Matter"*, Daniel
      Bausch/, MD, MPH,&TM Associate Professor, Tulane University School of
      Public Health and Tropical Medicine/
      *"Is Women's Health a Human Right?"*, Mini Murthy/, MD, MPH, MS,
      Assistant Professor of Practice,New York Medical College School of
      Public Health/


      _Children, Blindness, and Human Rights_

      *"The Human Rights of Blind Children in India"*, Mini Murthy./, MD, MPH,
      Assistant Professor, Behavioral Science and Community Health, New York
      Medical College School of Public Health/
      *"Confidence Building Measure in a Blind Girls School in Bihar, India"*,
      Ajit Sinha./, MBBS, Founder and Director, AB Eye Institute; Former
      President, All India Ophthalmological Society/
      *"Improvement of the Quality of Life of the Blind Children in West
      Bengal India"*, Sudipta Dey/, Director, Eye Micro Surgery and Diagnostic
      Center, Kolkata, West Bengal, India/


      _MICROFINANCE AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP -- SESSIONS_


      _Global Youth Entrepreneurship_

      *"Global Youth Entrepreneurship"*, James Toole/, PhD, President, Compass
      Institute/


      _Microfinance and Sustainable Development_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Alex Counts/, President, Grameen Foundation USA/
      *"An Effective Model of Rural Microfinance"*, Brian Lehnen/, Executive
      Director and Co-Founder, Village Enterprise Fund/
      *"Social Investing and Entrepreneurship in the Business of International
      Development"*, Philip Berber/, Founder, Chairman, A Glimmer of Hope
      Foundation/


      _Microfinance, Fair Trade, and International Development_

      *"Fair Trade and the Dignity of Work in Rural African Communities"*,
      Lindsay M. Harris/, Managing Director, A Bridge for Africa Foundation/
      *"Passing on the Gift: Heifer's Approach to Sustainable Development and
      Program Expansion"*, Jim DeVries/, MD, Senior Vice President of
      Programs, Heifer International/
      *"Workshop Title: Increasing Income, Confidence and Business Growth
      Through Effective Business Education for Low Income People"*, Fiona
      Macaulay/, Founder and President, Making Cents/


      _Entrepreneurial Social Innovation_

      *"Atrocities and Social Entrepreneurship"*, Zachary Kaufman/, MPhil,
      DPhil, JD Candidate, Yale University Law School/
      *"Cinepolis: A Vision For Social Responsiblity"*, Alejandro Ramirez
      Magana/, Director General, Cinepolis/
      *"Healthcare Needs and Opportunities in Afghanistan - Collaborating
      Across The Sectors"*, Kulsum Janmohamed/, MD, MPH/
      *"Priming Entrepreneurial Social Innovation to Stem the Tide of Penury
      and Epidemics in Africa"*, BT Costantinos/, PhD, MBA, Chairman,
      Ethiopica Infrastructure and Tunnelling Holdings; President and Chief
      Research Consultant, Ceter For Human Environment/


      _Entrepreneurship and Health_

      *"Global/Social Entrepreneurship"*, Kamran Elahian/, , MS, Chairman,
      Co-Founder, Global Catalyst Partners; Co-Founder, Global Catalyst
      Foundation and Schools Online/
      *"Social Impact Through Public Private Partnerships in Entrepreneurship
      and Health"*, Georgia Sambunaris/, Financial Sector Specialist,
      USAID/EGAT, Office of Economic Growth/


      _Social Learning and Civic Engagement_

      *"The Role of Indigenous Faith-Based and Civil Society Organizations in
      Health Services Development in East and Southern Africa"*, Mark E.
      Anderson/, President and CEO, Center For International Health/
      *"Social Learning and Civic Engagement: Global Applications and
      Experiences Using A Faith-Based Model"*, Daniel J. West/, PhD, Professor
      and Chairman, Department of Health Administration and Human Resources,
      University of Scranton/
      *"Preparing Undergraduates to Address Global Public Health Needs: The
      Development of a Multi-national, Interdisciplinary Comparative Study
      Program"*, Christina T. Holt/, Assistant Clinical Professor, University
      of Vermont Medical School/


      _REFUGEE HEALTH -- SESSIONS_


      _The Health of Refugee Women I_

      *"Exploring Reproductive and Sexual Health with Liberian Refugee
      Women"*, Rena Patel/, MPhil, BA, MD Candidate, Stanford School of Medicine/
      *"Addressing Psychosocial Needs of Refugee & Immigrant Women: >From
      Surviving to Thriving"*, Lorrie L. King/, MPH, Founder, Executive
      Director, Just Cause, Inc./


      _The Health of Refugee Women II_

      *"Addressing The Reproductive Health of Women and Girls Displaced By
      Conflict and Natural Disasters"*, Sandra Krause/, MPH, BSN, Reproductive
      Health Project Director, Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children/
      *"Listening to Women's Voices: Lessons Learned from Congolese Refugee
      Women in Rwanda"*, Carol Pavlish/, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, UCLA
      School of Nursing/
      *"Demonstration of a Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for
      Conflict-Affected Women"*, Marianne E. Zotti/, DrPH, MS, FAAN, Lead
      Health Scientist and Team Leader, Services Management, Research and
      Translation Team, Division of Reproductive Health at the Centers for
      Disease Control and Prevention/


      _The Health of Refugees_

      *"Community Based Rehabilitation Projects in Politically Volatile
      Regions: Setting the Foundations for Peacebuilding"*, Kathryn Azevedo/,
      PhD, ATRIC, CMP, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Research, Stanford
      University School of Medicine/

      *"Mobilizing War-Torn African Communities to Improve Public
      Health,"*/Cornelius Pratt, MA, PhD, Presidential Professor and Strategic
      and Organizational Communication, Temple University, and E. Lincoln
      James, PhD, Washington State University/


      _INFECTIOUS DISEASE - SESSIONS_


      _Disease Control Strategies in the Developing World_

      *"Trends and Successes of the Global AIDS Epidemic"*, Peter R. Lamptey/,
      MD, DrPH, President, Family Health International Institute for HIV/AIDS/
      *"Insecticide-Treated Bednets in Mass Disease Control and Elimination
      Campaigns"*, Brian Blackburn/, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor,
      Infectious Diseases, Stanford School of Medicine/
      *"Global Progress in Preventing the Burden of Blindness and Other
      Diseases Caused by Measles and Rubella"*, Stephen L. Cochi/, MD, MPH,
      Senior Advisor, Global Immunization Division, National Immunization
      Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/
      *"Logistics of Mass Drug Administration, The Case of Azithromycin For
      Trachoma Control"*, Sam Abbenyi/, MD, MSc, Director, Program Planning
      and Analysis, International Trachoma Initiative/


      _Malaria Prevention and Treatment Strategies_

      *"Preventing Malaria During Pregnancy: Intermittent Preventative
      Treatment on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea"*, Josephine Czechowicz/,
      MD Candidate, Stanford University/
      *"Protecting Border Security and Health: Effective Strategies for
      Monitoring and Treating Malaria among Burma's IDPs"*, Emily Whichard/,
      Program Officer, Global Health Access Program, Berkeley School of Public
      Health/


      _Towards Disease Eradication_

      *"Is Global Elimination of a Bacterial Disease a Feasible Goal? Trachoma
      3000 Years Later"*, Bruce Gaynor/, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of
      Ophthalmology, FI Proctor Foundation and Department of Ophthalmology,
      University of California at San Francisco/
      *"The Polio Eradication Partnership: Some Lessons Learned"*, Carol
      Pandak/, Manager, Division of PolioPlus, The Rotary Foundation of Rotary
      International/


      _HIV/AIDS -- SESSIONS_


      _HIV/AIDS in Low Resource Settings_

      *"Advances and Ongoing Challenges in HIV Therapy"*, Paul Volberding/,
      MD, Professor and Vice Chair, UCSF Department of Medicine; Chief,
      Medical Service SF Veterans Affairs Medical Center; Co-Director,
      UCSF-GIVI Center for AIDS Research/
      *"Antiretroviral Drugs and Issues of Drug Access and Quality in the
      Developing World"*, Terry Blaschke/, MD, Professor of Medicine and
      Molecular Pharmacology, Stanford University/
      *"Global HIV Prevention From Mother To Child: Challenges for Low
      Resource Settings"*, Landry Tsague/, MD, William H. Foege Fellow,
      Department of Global Health at Emory Rollins School of Public Health/


      _HIV/AIDS Community Needs and Strategies_

      *"Kasensero: The Forgotten Village Coming Out of the Shadow"*, Kiran V.
      Patel/, MD, Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, Yale University
      School of Medicine/
      *"Acceptance of and Barriers to Voluntary HIV Counseling and Testing
      Among Adults in Guizhou Province, China"*, Wei Ma/, MS; PhD Candidate,
      UCLA/Fogarty AIDS International Training and Research Program, UCLA/


      _Important Perspectives on HIV/AIDS_

      *"The HIV Pandemic in the Developing World"*, John McGoldrick/,
      Executive Vice President, Bristol-Myers Squibb/
      *"The War on AIDS - Integration Equals Impact"*, George Guimaraes/,
      President and CEO, Project Concern International/
      *"Pediatric AIDS: Worlds Apart"*, Mark Kline/, MD, President, Baylor
      International Pediatric AIDS Initiative; Professor of Pediatrics; Head,
      Section of Retrovirology, Baylor College of Medicine/
      *"Healing through Laughter - An Innovative Psychosocial Response to the
      HIV/AIDS Crisis in Southern Africa"*, Jamie McLaren Lachman/, Project
      Njabulo Director, Clowns Without Borders/


      _HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care_

      *"AIDS, Eyes, and Africa: A View of Zambia Health Care Through The Eyes
      of an American Ophthalmologist Working For CBMI at the Lusaka Eye
      Hospital, Zambia"*, Tom Beggins/, MD, Former Medical Director and
      Surgeon, Lusaka Eye Hospital, Zambia/
      *"Delivering HIV Prevention and Care Services to Rural African Villages
      Through Christian and Muslim Religious Groups"*, William W. Rankin/,
      PhD, President, Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance/
      *"With Women Worldwide: Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Health to End
      HIV/AIDS"*, Adrienne Germain/, President, International Women's Health
      Coalition/
      *"HIV/AIDS in China"*, Jessica Haberer/, MD, Research Advisor, Clinton
      Foundation/


      _Community HIV Prevention Programs_

      *"Arm's Reach Care: A Community Network Model for Pediatric HIV Care and
      Treatment"*, Joy Amulya/, EdD, AM, EdM, Research Associate and Lecturer,
      University of Colorado Health Sciences Center/
      *"Optimizing Prevention: A Comprehensive PMTCT Program in Mombasa,
      Kenya"*, Lara Christine Bishay and Nicholas Gavin/, MD Candidate, New
      York University School of Medicine/


      _Community Strategies for HIV/AIDS_

      *"Rapid Skill Transfer Through Clinical Mentoring: A Universal, Fast
      Approach To Scaling Up HIV Practical Expertise in Developing
      Countries"*, Marie Charles/, MD, MIA, Founder and President,
      International Center for Equal Healthcare Access; Adjunct Professor,
      Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs; Henry
      Crown Fellow, The Aspen Institute/
      *"Building Foundations for Sustainable Local Response to HIV/AIDS"*,
      Debra Miller/, MSN, Country Director - Kenya, CHF International/


      _WOMEN'S HEALTH -- SESSIONS_


      _Examining Women's Health_

      *"Women and Health"*, Ana Langer/, MD, President and CEO, EngenderHealth/
      *"The Challenge of Treating Complex Obstetric Fistula in Eritrea"*,
      Amreen Husain/, MD, Assistant Professor of Gynecologic Oncology,
      Stanford University/
      *"Women and Eye Disease"*, Ilene Gipson/, PhD, Professor of
      Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School; Chair, Women's Eye Health Task
      Force Executive Committee/
      *"A Comparative Study of Sociocultural Factors Contributing to Maternal
      Mortality in Urban and Rural Areas of Southern Part of Edo State,
      Nigeria"*, Chinwe Lucy Marchie/, PhD, MEd, MHPM, School of Nursing,
      University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Nigeria/


      _Perspectives on Reproductive Health_

      *"Cross-Cultural Partnerships for Reproductive Health"*, Dian Harrison/,
      President and CEO, Planned Parenthood Golden Gate/
      *"Quality of Care Gives Bolivian Indigenous Women Opportunities for a
      New Future"*, Lynn Johnson/, Bolivia// Country Director, EngenderHealth/


      _Growing Big, Healthy Babies_

      *"Ensuring Equitable Access to Skilled Maternity Care"*, Jill
      Sheffield/, President, Family Care International/
      *"Growing Big Babies: A Positive Deviance Approach to Nutritional
      Support for Pregnant Women in the Republic of Guinea"*, Jennifer
      Peterson/, Country Director, Guinea and Sierra Leone, Helen Keller
      International/


      _Preventing Obstetric Emergencies_

      *"Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO)"*, Lee T. Dresang/, MD,
      Associate Professor, Department Maternity Care Clinical Coordinator,
      University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health/
      *"Training Nigerian Health Workers on the Use of Non-Pneumatic
      Anti-Schock Garment For Obstetric Hemorrhage"*, Shola Olorunnipa/, MD
      Candidate, Stanford University/
      *"Preventing Postpartum Hemorrhage: Training Indigenous Health Workers
      To Use Misoprostol in IDP Settings"*, Susan Tuddenham, MSc IR; MD
      Candidate, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA and Catherine Lee, MPH


      _Obstetric Fistula Film Campaign_

      *"Love, Labor, Loss Film Campaign on Obstetric Fistula"*, Lisa Russell/,
      MPH, Filmmaker/


      _Cervical Cancer_

      *"Cervical Cancer"*, Harshad Sanghvi/, MD, Medical Director, Maternal
      and Neonatal Health Program, JHPIEGO Corporation/
      *"Partnering For Prevention: The "State" of Cervical Cancer in the US"*,
      Sarah Wells/, Senior Director of Public Policy, Women in Government/


      _INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT BY REGION - SESSIONS_


      _Community-Based Medical Care in Africa_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Jessie Stone/, MD, Director, Soft Power
      Heath, Uganda/
      *"Emergency Medical Care Systems in Low and Middle Income Countries"*,
      Scott Sasser/, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency
      Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine/
      *"Developing A Regional School of Nursing in South Africa"*, Tanya
      Whitehead/, PhD, University of Missouri - Kansas City/
      *"Healthcare in the Horn of Africa: Reaching Somalis through Interactive
      Radio Instruction"*, Kit Yasin/, EdD, MS, Center Director, Center for
      Latin America, the Caribbean and the Horn of Africa, Education
      Development Center/


      _Public Health in Latin America_

      *"Honduran Health Alliance: Blending Community-Oriented Primary Care
      with Public Health in Rural Honduras"*, Bonzo Reddick/, MD, Clinical
      Instructor, Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina
      - Chapel Hill/
      *"Stemming the Rise of Type 2 Diabetes in Rural Amazon"*, Betsy Fuller
      Matambanadzo./, Program Director, Child Family Health International/
      *"Making Mental Health a Priority in Belize"*, Cheryl Killion/, PhD, RN,
      Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University/
      *"Emphasis on Empowerment: The Evolution of a Flexible Approach for
      Improving Maternal and Child Health"*, Kristen Kanerva Richards, RN, and
      Mary Fifield/, Executive Director, Global Pediatric Alliance/


      _Health Care in the Caribbean_

      *"Addressing the Root Causes of Disease in Haiti"*, Ian Rawson/, Hopital
      Albert Schweitzer Haiti/
      *"The Dominican Bateyes: Humanitarian Crisis on the Sugar Cane
      Plantations"*, Ulrick Gaillard/, JD, CEO, Batey Relief Alliance/
      *"Project SCENE (Sister Congregations Enjoying New Eyesight)--Building
      on a Sister Diocese Relationship To Foster Eye Care Collaboration in the
      Caribbean"*, Kevin Treacy/, MD, Chief of Ophthalmology, St. Luke's
      Hospital; Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Medical
      School-Duluth/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Ken Onu/, MD/


      _Health Care in Uganda_

      *"The Impact of Health Care Costs on Household Spending in Uganda"*,
      William Herrin/, MA, PhD, Senior Economist, Federal Housing Finance
      Board; Professor of Economics, University of the Pacific/
      *"A South-South Strategy to Achieve 'Health for All' in Uganda: Building
      human resource capacity to implement the Ugandan National Minimum Health
      Care Package (UNMCHP)"*, Marion Billings/, MSc, Executive Director,
      Global Health Through Education, Training and Service/


      _Healthcare in Thailand_

      *"Reproductive Health Knowledge and Gender Equality in a Thai Ethnic
      Minority: Revelations and Reflections"*, Romeo Arca Jr/, MA, Senior
      Program Officer, Asia Regional Office, Planned Parenthood Federation of
      America-International/
      *"HIV Knowledge, Attitude, Practice, and Behavior Among Migrant Workers
      Living on the Thai-Burma Border"*, Meghan Gallagher/, MPH/
      *"Cultural and Behavioral Precursors to "Severe" Malaria on the Thai -
      Myanmar Border"*, Peter Kundstadter/, PhD, University of California, San
      Francisco (retired)/
      *"Prevalence of Refractive Error in a Refugee Population in Thailand"*,
      Alex Ilechie/, OD, Department of Optometry, Faculty of Science,
      University of Cape Coast/


      _Healthcare In Vietnam_

      *"Medicine in Vietnam: Past, Present, and Future"*, Peter A. Singer/,
      MD, Chairman, East Meets West Foundation; Professor of Clinical
      Medicine, Chief, Clinical Endocrinology, Keck School of Medicine,
      University of Southern California/
      *"To Save Newborn Lives"*, Quynh Kieu/, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor
      of Pediatrics, University of California at Irvine/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Daniel Schainholz/, MD/


      _Public Health in Eastern Europe_

      *"The Ukrainian Eye Project: A 14-Year Effort To Rehabilitate Vision
      Care Capabilities in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine"*, William Selezinka/, MD,
      Retired Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, UCSD/


      _GLOBAL EYE CARE - SESSIONS_


      _Vision2020: Needs, Challenges, and Solutions_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Gullapalli N. Rao/, MD, President,
      International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness; Distinguished
      Chair of Eye Health, L.V. Prasad Eye Institute/
      *"Once I Was Blind....The Challenges of Eye Care in Ghana"*, James Afful
      Clarke/, MD, Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Crystal Eye Clinic,
      Ghana/
      *"Eye Care Services in Northern Region, Ghana: The Role of NGOs"*, Seth
      Wanye/, MD, The Eye Clinic of Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana/
      *"Forty Years of Community Ophthalmology in India"*, Ajit Sinha/, MBBS,
      Founder and Director, AB Eye Institute; Former President, All India
      Ophthalmological Society/


      _Leprosy: The Disease, Ocular Effects, and Rehabilitation_

      *"Basic Pathology and Immunology of Leprosy"*, David M. Scollard/, MD,
      PhD, Chief, Research Pathology, National Hansen's Disease Programs,
      Louisiana State University/
      *"Ocular Leprosy: Results From A Seven Year Longitudinal Study"*,
      Ebenezer Daniel/, M.B.B.S.M.S.D.O.M.P.H.M.A.M.S, Division of Ocular
      Immunology, Department of Ophthalmology, The Johns Hopkins University
      School of Medicine/
      *"Leprosy Rehabilitation in India"*, Robert A. Chase/, MD, Emile Holman
      Professor of Surgery, Emeritus, Stanford University School of Medicine/
      *"Leprosy & HIV/AIDS: History Repeats"*, Betsy Fuller Matambanadzo/,
      Program Director, Child Family Health International/


      _Eye Care in the Developing World_

      *"Optometric and Ophthalmological Cooperation in Education in the
      Developing World"*, Jay Enoch/, OD, PhD, Professor of the Graduate
      School; Dean Emeritus, School of Optometry, Berkeley School of Optometry/
      *"Improving Surgical Eye Care in Ecuador: Corneal Transplantation,
      Cataract and Pterygium Surgery"*, Ronald N. Gaster/, MD, Adjunct
      Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, University of California, Irvine/


      Unite For Sight Worldwide: A Film and Discussion With Eye
      Clinics Worldwide


      _Examining Needs and Solutions in International Eye Care_

      *"International Ophthalmology: Structure and Function"*, Bruce Spivey/,
      MD, President, International Council of Ophthalmology/
      *"Education of Ophthalmologists and Allied Eye Care Providers: A
      Cornerstone of Preservation and Restoration of Vision Worldwide"*,
      Bradley R. Straatsma/, MD, JD, President International Council of
      Ophthalmology Foundation; Professor Emeritus, Jules Stein Eye Institute,
      David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA/
      *"Eye Care in Ghana, the Challenges and the Way Forward"*, Thomas Tontie
      Baah/, MD, Our Lady of Grace Catholic Hospital, Ghana/
      *"Achieving Vision2020 Targets In The Midst of Poverty - Experience
      >From The Bawku Eyecare Program in Ghana"*, Michael Ekuoba Gyasi/, MD,
      Ophthalmologist and Director of the Bawku Eye Care Program, Ghana/


      _Globalization of Community Ophthalmology_

      *"Continental Diversities in Community Ophthalmology"*, Satyajit Sinha/,
      MBBS, Ophthalmologist, AB Eye Institute, Patna, India/
      *"Cataracts in Developing Countries: A Humanitarian Emergency"*, Harry
      S. Brown/, MD, Founder and President, SEE International/
      *"The Globalization of Ophthalmology"*, Dunbar Hoskins/, MD, Executive
      Director, American Academy of Ophthalmology/


      _Himalayan Cataract Project; Repeats Every 1 Hour_

      *"Himalayan Cataract Project"*, National Geographic Film


      _Cornea Transplants in the Developed and Developing World_

      *"Advances in Cornea Transplantation"*, Shachar Tauber/, MD, Director of
      Ophthalmology Research, Cornea and Refractive Surgery, Department of
      Ophthalmology and Optometry, St. John's Hospital and Clinics/
      *"Cornea Transplant Needs and Barriers in Ghana"*, James Clarke/, MD,
      Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Crystal Eye Clinic, Ghana/
      *"Corneal Blindness in the Developing World: Impact and Therapeutic
      Challenges"*, Stephen McLeod/, MD, Theresa M. and Wayne M. Caygill MD
      Endowed Chair; Associate Professor and Interim Chairman, Department of
      Ophthalmology, University of California San Francisco/
      *"A Safe and Inexpensive Artificial Cornea for the Developing World? The
      Boston Initiative"*, Claes H. Dohlman/, MD, PhD, Professor of
      Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School - Massachusetts Eye and Ear Institute/


      _Eye Care in Post Conflict Settings_

      *"Mission Impossible: A Day in the Life of a West African Mission Eye
      Clinic"*, Cathy Schanzer/, MD, Medical Director and Chief Surgeon,
      Southern Eye Associates/
      *"From Enthusiasm to Effectiveness - Moving Forward in Liberia, West
      Africa"*, Glenn Strauss/, MD, Vice President of International Health
      Care and Programs, Mercy Ships International/
      *"Eye Health Promotion in Southern Rwanda"*, Egide Gisagara/, Medical
      Student, National University of Rwanda/


      _Eye Diseases of Artists_

      *"Eye Disease and Art"*, Michael Marmor/, MD, Professor of
      Ophthalmology, Stanford University/


      _Assistive Technology for Developing Countries_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Ralf Hotchkiss/, Co-Founder, Chief Engineer
      and Principal Instructor, Whirlwind Wheelchair International/
      *"Operation Catalyst: Action Research Concerning The Use of Assistive
      Technology To Increase Independence and Improve Attitudes Toward
      Disability in Developing Countries"*, Emily Moore/, PhD, Adjunct
      Professor, Sociology, San Diego State University/


      _The Interface Between Research and Communities_

      *"One Earth: The Interface Between Biomedical Research and
      Communities"*, Anna Cooper./, MPH Candidate, University of Rochester
      School of Public Health/
      *"RPE Transplantation in Macular Degeneration"*, Boris Stanzel/, MD,
      Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Ophthalmology, Stanford
      University School of Medicine/
      *"Patterned Scanning Laser Photocoagulation: a New Approach to Retinal
      Treatment"*, Yannis Paulus/, MD Candidate, Stanford University/


      _The Retina: Research For Developed and Developing Countries_

      *"Role of Retinal Evaluation in Cataract Surgery"*, Pooja Sinha/, MBBS,
      Ophthalmologist, AB Eye Institute, Patna, India/
      *"Statins and Diabetic Retinopathy: A Study in Patna, India"*, Rajen
      Desai/, MD Candidate, Stanford University School of Medicine/
      *"Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Retinopathy of
      Prematurity"*, William Good/, MD/
      *"Inheritance of Blinding Disease: Pathways to the Cause of Glaucoma and
      Macular Degeneration"*, R. Rand Allingham/, MD, Professor of
      Ophthalmology; Director, Glaucoma Service, Duke University Eye Center/


      _The Aravind Model of Eye Care in India_

      *"Infinite Vision - The Story of Dr. V(enkataswamy) and the Aravind Eye
      Care System"*, Pavithra Krishnan/, Filmmaker/
      *"Beyond Screening Camps in Southern India/Telemedicine-Assisted Vision
      Centers: Aravind's New Rural Community Eyecare Strategy"*, Christine
      Melton/, MD, MS, Friends of Aravind Association/


      _Corneas and Artificial Corneas_

      *"Histology of the Eye"*, Pat Cross/, PhD, Professor and Associate Dean
      for Medical Student Research and Scholarship, Stanford School of Medicine/
      *"Biominetic Artificial Cornea"*, Christopher Ta/, MD, Assistant
      Professor of Ophthalmology, Stanford University/


      _Visioning Tibet_

      *"Visioning Tibet"*, Mark Lieberman/, MD, Founder and Medical Director,
      Tibet Vision Project/


      _Providing Eye Care Where There Was None_

      *"Examining Glaucoma at Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana"*, Sally Ong/,
      BS Candidate, Duke University/
      *"Remote Eye Care in the Himalayas"*, Vinay Yagnik/, BS Candidate,
      University of California at Berkeley/


      _Ophthalmic Training in Developing Countries_

      *"To Visit or to Stay?" That is the question! Ophthalmic Education at
      King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital and aboard the Orbis DC-Flying Eye
      Hospital"*, Rosalind Stevens/, Professor of Surgery (Ophthalmology),
      Dartmouth Medical School/
      *"Principles in Training for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Care
      in Developing Countries"*, T. Otis Paul/, MD, Oakland's Children Hospital/


      _Lions Club and Eye Care_

      *"Special Olympics Lions Clubs International Opening Eyes - A Model For
      Increasing Access to Eye Care Through Education and Screening"*, Sandy
      Block/, OD, MEd, Illinois College of Optometry/
      *"Glaucoma and Volunteerism"*, Roger Martin/, Allergan/Lumigan Glaucoma
      Screening Activist/


      _Perspectives on Eye Care in India_

      *"Eye Care in Chennai, India"*, Pradeep Mettu/, MD Candidate, University
      of Kentucky College of Medicine/
      *"Unite For Sight in Patna, India"*, Kristin Ow


      _Cataracts in India_

      *"World Bank-Assisted Cataract Blindness Control Project in India"*,
      Eirini Iliaki/, MD, MPH, Harvard School of Public Health/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Muralidharan Krishnamurthy/, President,
      Sankara Eye Foundation/


      _Building Sustainable Eye Programs_

      *"Leadership Development For Blindness Prevention: Building Programs
      That Deliver Results"*, Jonathan D. Quick/, MD, MPH, President and Chief
      Executive Officer, Management Sciences for Health/
      *"Sustainability and Eye Care Programs: Development of a Global
      Resource"*, Kovin Naidoo/, BSc, BOptomOD, MPH, Director International
      Centre for Eyecare Education in Africa/


      _Technology For Eye Care_

      *"Progress Towards Affordable Vision Correction; New Appropriate
      Technology and Clinical Methodology"*, Ian Berger/, M.D., M.P.H. Dr.PH,
      Founding President, InFOCUS/
      *"Low Cost Lenses and Instruments For Eye Camps"*, Rizvi Rawoof/, Ed in
      B Mgmt, MBA, FBIM, Director, Optiquip Surgical, Sri Lanka/


      _A New Vision For The Future, Eye Health Integration: A Federal,
      State, and Organization Perspective_

      *"Eye Health Integration; "A New Vision For The Future""*, Michael R.
      Duenas/, OD, Health Scientist/Project Officer, Centers for Disease
      Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention
      and Health Promotion, Division of Diabetes Translation and National
      Vision Program; Christopher Maylahn, MPH, Epidemiologist, Chronic
      Disease Division of New York State Department of Health; Jeff Todd, JD,
      Vice President Programs and Public Health, Prevent Blindness America/


      _Nutrition and Eye Care_

      *"An Epidemic of Blindness in Cuba: Lessons on Nutrition and
      Mitochondria"*, Alfredo A. Sadun/, MD, PhD, Floral Thornton Chair of
      Vision Research, Professor of Ophthalmology and Neurological Surge/
      *"Nutritional Factors in the Development of Cataracts"*, Heskel Haddad/,
      MD, New York Medical College/


      _Eye Care Services: Dilemmas and Successes_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Satya B. Verma/, OD, Pennsylvania College of
      Optometry/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Mohammed Kabir/, Optometrist, Kumasi School
      of Optometry, Ghana/
      *"Eye Care Services to Malnourished Tribal Children in Tribal Belt of
      Western Part of India: A Success Story of an NGO"*, Nagesh S. Tekale/,
      PhD, President, Navdrushti/
      *"Mobilizing a Profession Toward Philanthropic Giving: The Patient
      Giving Program To End Global Refractive Error"*, Pamela Capaldi/,
      Director of Operations and Development, Optometry Giving Sight/


      _Eyes and Infectious Disease: Combatting River Blindness_

      *"River Blindness Disease - Past, Present, and Future
      Control/Elimination Strategies"*, Moses Katabarwa/, BSc, MPH, MA, PhD,
      Program Epidemiologist, River Blindness, Lymphatic Filariasis, and
      Schistosomiasis Programs, Carter Center/
      *"River Blindness Control and Elimination Programs"*, Ken Gustavsen/,
      Manager, Global Product Donations, Merck & Co, Inc/
      *"The Strategic Reorganization of Community-Directed Treatment with
      Ivermectin (CDTI) in Post-Conflict Settings: The Case of Sierra Leone"*,
      Mustapha Sonnie/, Eye Care Technician, Sierra Leone, Helen Keller
      International/
      *"Using the Successful Onchocerciasis Control Program Model for Planning
      and Implementing Vision 2020 Initiatives"*, Jeffrey Watson/, , MS,
      Director of Overseas Operations, Christian Blind Mission International -
      USA/


      _Strategies For Community Eye Health_

      *"Eye Care in India: A Bird's Eye View"*, Vasudev Kanade/, MD, St.
      Raphael's Hospital/
      *"Unite For Sight in Chennai, India"*, T. Senthil/, MBBS, Consulting
      Ophthalmologist, Uma Eye Clinic, India/
      *"A UK Ophthalmologist's India Eye Care Experience"*, Jasvir Grewal/,
      MD, Ophthalmologist, UK/
      *"Sustainable Eye Care in the Developing World with ORBIS"*, Gordon
      Douglas/, MD, Medical Director, Orbis International/


      _GLAUCOMA SYMPOSIUM_


      _Glaucoma in Ghana_

      *"Glaucoma in Africa: What We Know and What We Need To Know"*, Donald
      Budenz/, MD, MPH, Professor of Ophthalmology, Epidemiology, and Public
      Health, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/
      *"What I Have Learned About Glaucoma Management in Ghana"*, Peter
      Egbert/, MD, Professor, Stanford Department of Ophthalmology/


      _Glaucoma Research_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Syril Dorairaj/, MD, Glaucoma Service at New
      York Eye & Ear Infirmary/
      *"Identification of Pathogenic Mechanisms of Glaucoma By Systems
      Analysis of Diverse Types of Genome-Wide Data"*, Val Shestopalov/, PhD,
      Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute/


      _Making A Difference in Glaucoma_

      *"Caring For Glaucoma Globally: Five Important Issues"*, M. Roy Wilson/,
      MD, MS, Chancellor, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences
      Center/
      *"Current Challenges in Glaucoma Management"*, Andrew Iwach/, MD,
      Glaucoma Research & Education Group, American Academy of Ophthalmology
      Secretary for Communications/
      *"Screening for Glaucoma Among a Predominantly Mexican American Urban
      Population"*, William Sponsel/, MD, Professor, UTHSCSA, San Antonio, Texas/
      *"The Glaucoma EyeCare Program: How Do You Make a Difference in
      Glaucoma?"*, Richard Wilson/, MD, Gaucoma Service, Wills Eye Hospital/


      _Glaucoma in the Developing World_

      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Alan Robin/, MD, Associate Professor of
      Ophthalmology, Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital/
      *"Does Screening for Glaucoma Make Sense in the Developing World?"*,
      Kuldev Singh/, MD, MPH, Professor of Ophthalmology, Director of Glaucoma
      Service, Stanford University/
      *"Title To Be Announced"*, Bradford Lee/, MSc, MD Candidate, Stanford
      University/



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