I cant talk about [Longtime Companion] without getting a lump in my throat. Dermot Mulroney co-starred in 1990s Longtime Companion.Photo: Everett Collection In Pure Genius, Wallace is not only on the other side of the hospital bed, but is also on the cutting-edge of modern medicine, leading the technological revolution as chief of staff at Bunker Hill, a hospital in Silicon Valley founded by James Bell (Augustus Prew), a Mark Zuckerberg-type billionaire. Mulroney, 53, describes an upcoming episode where an Afghan war veteran has his sight restored through technology. We are reconnecting the optic nerve and circumventing the damaged eye, he says. Get More InfoIt would have been impossible to make this show even last year. Its only now that the things were putting into the show are less than a year old. Thats whats cool about it. Pure Genius is the brainchild of Emmy-winning executive producer Jason Katims, better known for gritty emotional dramas such as Parenthood and Friday Night Lights than ventures into speculative medicine. Katims met with doctors from the Cedars-Sinai digital health department in Beverly Hills to develop the shows technology. In Pure Genius, Bell endows the hospital with gadgets, gizmos and other technological wonders including an ingestible fetal monitor that can diagnose medical emergencies from afar and even help families communicate with patients in a coma. There are people who are developing that brain-to-brain communication. Its not gotten to the point of sophistication that you see on the show, says Katims who allows that Pure Genius does have elements of fantasy.What You Should Know About Finding Fundamental Elements Of Ophthalmology In East London
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HS-UK Retina Symposium 2017 Faculty Harlow, Essex (PRWEB UK) 27 October 2016 Haag-Streit UK (HS-UK), the leading manufacturer and distributor of gold-standard optometry and ophthalmic equipment, is delighted to confirm that online booking is now live for the upcoming HS-UK Retina Symposium 2017. Delegates can now secure their place at http://www.haagstreituk.com/retinasymposium . Dr Pearse A. Keane, Moorfields Eye Hospital, will be chairing the Symposium. The Keynote Lecture Why 2RT? 50 Years of Science will be delivered by Prof John Marshall MBE, Professor of Ophthalmology, Institute of Ophthalmology. Other confirmed members of the Faculty include; Prof Giovanni Staurenghi, University of Milan Dr Michel Puech, Ophthalmologist, VuExpolora Institute of Paris Ms Rehna Khan, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Calderdale Hospitals NHS Trust Mr Nishal Patel, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Kent & Canterbury Hospital Mr Marco Morales, Ophthalmology & Visual Science Nottingham University Mr Serge Pierrache, International Sales Director, EMEA Optovue. The Symposium will cover a variety of topics, including; OCT angiography (OCT-A), including its use in diabetic retinopathy DMO and AMD SLO microperimetry Wide-field, true colour and auto-fluorescence imaging. It will be held at the historic Midland Hotel in Manchester on 30th January 2017. The one-day program will consist of short lectures, followed by workshops and Q&A sessions with the audience. The delegate price for the Symposium will be 100, which includes lunch and refreshments.
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