15 AprThese award recipients will be acknowledged at the ARVO 2011 Annual Meeting.

Anderson’s Proctor Award Lecture provides been postponed before 2012 ARVO Annual Meeting. Weisenfeld Lecture and Award ARVO is certainly presenting the 2011 Weisenfeld Award to Paulus TVM de Jong, MD, PhD, FEBOpht, FARVO, of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience for his global leadership in retinal diseases during the last 25 years, focusing on the genetic and epidemiologic areas of retinal glaucoma and illnesses. De Jong combined his medical excellence with appropriate genetics tests that led him to the identification of several new genes. He’ll present the Weisenfeld Award Lecture, Blind areas: Lessons from research in ageing macula disorder and glaucoma,on Mon at the Annual Interacting with, May 2.For example, there are scant data on whether these measurements have an effect on the subsequent threat of interval cancer , that is considered to arise from lesions that were overlooked at screening mainly.5,6 To handle this relevant question, we identified independent risk factors for interval cancer in colonoscopy-screened subjects by analyzing rates of adenoma recognition and cecal intubation for individual endoscopists involved in a large colonoscopy-based program of colorectal-cancer screening. Methods Study Design We analyzed the database records for 50,148 subjects from the National Colorectal Malignancy Screening Program in Poland for the period from October 2000 through December 2004.