Summer Meeting | ASCRS
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Aug 11-13, 2023
Nashville, TN

The ASCRS Summer Meeting—A Taste of ASCRS is back!

Give yourself a long weekend of packed, actionable learning opportunities in Nashville, August 11–13.

Be sure to book your hotel stay by July 14 to ensure you receive the discounted meeting rate!

The Most Important Things You’ll Gain at the ASCRS Summer Meeting

Valuable connections • Clinical and hands-on education focused on anterior segment surgery • Small group opportunities with faculty, colleagues, and industry in one location! 

All this and more can be found at the ASCRS Summer Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, August 11–13, 2023. The meeting features:

  • Clinical pearls you’ll be able put into practice on day one
  • Skills transfer labs (included with registration)
  • A practice management track for staff and MDs alike
  • Networking and connections that only a specialized, in-person meeting can facilitate
  • Engagement opportunities in the Exhibit Hall (with breakfast and lunch provided) and at the Denim & Diamonds Welcome Reception 
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Attendees will get loads of practical pearls that they can immediately apply in their practices. Key features are practically oriented talks, great surgical videos, and lots of time to talk one-on-one with our amazing faculty.
Douglas Koch, MD – Program Co-Chair

The ASCRS Summer Meeting will give all attendees hands-on educational opportunities with several wet lab offerings, including Phaco, Anterior Segment Labs, and DMEK/DSAEK. These labs will encompass the skills that are essential for YES and in-practice surgeons—and they’re included with registration!
Zaina Al-Mohtaseb, MD, YES Program Chair

If you couldn’t attend the Annual Meeting—or if you’ve never attended—the ASCRS Summer Meeting is the perfect opportunity to get a ‘taste’ of ASCRS education in a short amount of time at a great value and in a destination city!
Sumitra Khandelwal, MD, ASCRS Summer Meeting Program Co-Chair

As a resident, intern, and fellow, I took advantage of the educational offerings ASCRS had to offer. I know first-hand the difference ASCRS education can make while in training. Now, as the YES Clinical Committee Chair, I’m honored to give back and bring advanced clinical education to the next generation of ophthalmologists.
Zaina Al-Mohtaseb, MD, YES Program Chair

"If the Annual Meeting feels like drinking from a fire hydrant, the ASCRS Summer Meeting will be like enjoying a nice drink with friends. We’re delivering many of the “bests” from the Annual Meeting in a format that will allow everybody to learn, to meet, and to engage."
Daniel Chang, MD – Program Co-Chair