Laura Periman, MD: Chronic Dry Eye Disease: 80s Dance Party Style

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Laura Periman, MD: Chronic Dry Eye Disease: 80s Dance Party Style (56338-AS)




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Post-show interview with Dr. Periman:

 
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OK, we look like we're having more fun here. LOL
 
A great presentation only topped by an outstanding interview!

I apologize for being so quiet but I'm clueless when it comes to 1980s music.

Laura's creativity brought back a memory...

I was a speaker at the Idaho Optometric Association meeting in Sun Valley. The lectures were being presented in a venue called the Opera House...
http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/4068

As a frustrated opera singer I thought "The Opera House is my shot!" When I went out on the stage I began my talk with La Donna E Mobile from Verdi's Rigoletto...


Needless to say the audience was dumbstruck.:eek: I never received another invitation to return to Idaho.:oops:
 
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Laura Periman is a wonderful speaker on Dry Eye, oops, I mean Ocular Surface Disease. She has the DEWS report down cold, and she is enjoyable to listen to. She is passionate about her subject. Not a dry eye in the house. As a matter of fact, it will be tears of joy.

I recently joked with Dr. Periman that if she ever gets tired of her day job, she can always pick up a gig as a DJ.
 
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Adam, how big a file are these CE Wire lectures? I'd like to know how much data it will use of I watch it on mobile. Anyway to download it on Wi-Fi to watch later?
My 1-hour lectures average about 150 Mb. The real eater is the audeo file
 
Laura Periman is a wonderful speaker on Dry Eye, oops, I mean Ocular Surface Disease. She has the DEWS report down cold, and she is enjoyable to listen to. She is passionate about her subject. Not a dry eye in the house. As a matter of fact, it will be tears of joy.

I recently joked with Dr. Periman that if she ever gets tired of her day job, she can always pick up a gig as a DJ.

We were incredibly fortunate at this last CEwire to have some great dry eye folks -- Laura Periman, Whitney Hauser, Art (just a first name, like Madonna), Crystal Brimer ...
 
We were incredibly fortunate at this last CEwire to have some great dry eye folks -- Laura Periman, Whitney Hauser, Art (just a first name, like Madonna), Crystal Brimer ...

I did not have a chance to see Madonna. Hopefully she still has some of the moves. ;)
 
We were incredibly fortunate at this last CEwire to have some great dry eye folks -- Laura Periman, Whitney Hauser, Art (just a first name, like Madonna), Crystal Brimer ...
And Art was by far the prettiest (NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!)...But you're right Adam. The idea is to keep it fresh and keep it with the best speakers possible. If anyone has a favorite speaker or topic you want now's the time to let us know.
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At the end of the Live portion, there wasn't a Dry Eye in the house
 
It's just a PPT slide series however if you have your face up in video yes more