Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast

Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast, hosted by Dr. Erick Bothun and Dr. Andrea Tooley, takes us through the latest and greatest in ophthalmology from the lens of an academic institution, Mayo Clinic. We look forward to bringing guests from across the globe to discuss ophthalmology and various subsets of medicine.

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Episodes

Wednesday Mar 06, 2024

We are joined by Dr. Lilly Wagner, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and specialist in oculofacial and orbital surgery.  Dr. Wagner shares her insights about eyelid lesions, the lumps and bumps that can stump you in clinic, how to deal with them and when to seek help from oculoplastics.  Listen in for her tips on evaluating eyelid lesions, including her GROSS pneumonic to catch the ones we should be most concerned about and simple to advanced techniques for surgical management.
 
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Wednesday Feb 21, 2024

Join Dr. Tooley and Dr. Bothun for a “from the vault” journal club we recorded back in the fall. The first article we discuss is Artificial Intelligence Chatbot Performance in Triage of Ophthalmic Conditions | medRxiv followed by JAMA publication, “Surgeon Sex and Long-Term Postoperative Outcomes Among Patients Undergoing Common Surgeries”. We hope you enjoy our discussion. Subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss future journal club episodes.
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.06.11.23291247v1 
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamasurgery/fullarticle/2808894 
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Wednesday Feb 07, 2024

We are joined by Dr. Aaron Lee, a Vitreoretinal surgeon and clinical scientist at the University of Washington.  Today we discuss Dr. Lee’s expertise in big data to study ophthalmology and answer health care questions.  Dr. Lee reflects on his “Bridge to AI” project, creating an accessible, large database of Type II Diabetes patients to look for relationships between systemic health and ocular findings.  Whether you need an “AI for dummies” intro for the difference between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Large Language models or are simply fascinated that we might diagnose renal function when imaging the retina, please tune in! 
 
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Wednesday Jan 24, 2024

We are joined by Dr. Mike Mahr, an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Mayo Clinic. Today we discuss his experience in and research of light adjusted intraocular lenses.  Dr. Mahr will share how this new technology has been pioneered at the Mayo Clinic.  Listen in to understand the opportunity, surgical steps, and clinical adjustments in implementing light adjusted IOLs as you improve the vision of your patients. 
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Wednesday Jan 10, 2024

Dr. Amir Khan is a comprehensive ophthalmologist and cataract surgeon, who has served in various administrative roles over his career at Mayo Clinic, including leading our institution’s involvement in the Kaleidoscope program at Epic.
In this episode, Dr. Khan shares his perspective about various aspects of health care leadership and education.  He highlights the value of being part of complex solutions for our practices, respecting the whole care team, mentoring residents and understanding and having access to data. As you consider administrative opportunities in your career, listen in to hear Dr. Khan’s advice to be a careful listener and understand change as a marathon and not a sprint a finish. 
 
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Wednesday Dec 13, 2023

We are joined by Dr. Elizabeth Bradley, an associate professor of ophthalmology at the Mayo Clinic she shares her expertise surrounding the care of patients with facial nerve injury and specifically the special care options involving surgical facial reanimation.  Tune in to hear how you might identify patients in your practice that would be eligible for this cutting edge care and learn something new about emerging surgical options.
 
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Wednesday Nov 29, 2023

Dr. Cheryl Khanna joins us today to discuss artificial intelligence in ophthalmology. She breaks down machine learning versus deep learning and applications for clinical research as a glaucoma specialist, Dr. Khanna talks about the uses for glaucoma screening and potential applications in patient care. We also touch on the development of large image databases and the future uses of AI and ophthalmology.
 
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Wednesday Nov 15, 2023

Dr. Anjali Bhagra serves as the Medical Director for the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity at Mayo Clinic. In our conversation today, we focus on her work in the space of resilience and well-being for both physicians and their patients. Dr. Bhagra talks about founding the GRIT (Growth, Resilience, Inspiration, Tenacity) conference, and how her career has evolved, always centered around a true passion for lessening human suffering.
 
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Wednesday Nov 01, 2023

Dr. Basel Sharaf and Dr. Tooley sit down to talk all about surgery. Dr. Sharaf, a facial plastic surgeon and practice chair of the Mayo Clinic Center for Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery shares his insights into complex surgical planning and his work with 3D modeling. Watch the YouTube version of this podcast to see examples of 3D surgical models. Dr. Sharaf also tells his story of transforming from someone who prefers to sleep in, to a fitness fanatic leading a 5am workout group. He shares the importance of physical fitness and wellness for surgeons, as well as the significance of friendship and community in our lives.
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Wednesday Oct 18, 2023

Dr. Bennie Jeng, Cornea expert, Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at Scheie Eye Institute, and Secretary for the Annual Meeting for the AAO joins us to chat all about the AAO annual meeting. He gives us a behind the curtain look at all that goes in to planning the event “where all of ophthalmology meets.” Dr. Jeng and Dr. Tooley chat about his efforts in clinical trials and passion for the ocular surface, eye banking technology, and the future of corneal transplants. This is a fast-paced episode and you don’t want to miss it!
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Mayo Ophthalmology Podcast

Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast, hosted by Dr. Erick Bothun and Dr. Andrea Tooley, takes us through the latest and greatest in ophthalmology from the lens of an academic institution, Mayo Clinic. We look forward to bringing guests from across the globe to discuss ophthalmology and various subsets of medicine.

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