Charles D. Kelman Innovator's Lecture

The Charles D. Kelman Innovator's Lecture honors the work of individuals whose creativity has benefited ophthalmologists and their patients. The lecture is presented during a special session at the annual ASCRS Program at the ASCRS•ASOA Annual Meeting.

Charles D. Kelman, MD (1930-2004), presented the first lecture in 1985. In recognition of the ongoing contribution of Dr. Kelman to anterior segment surgery, the lecture was renamed for him in 2003.

Reay H. Brown, MD


Overcoming Resistance: Making a Glaucoma a Surgical Disease

May 8, 2017

Graham D. Barrett, FRANZCO


Search for Symmetry: Reducing Astigmatism at the Time of Cataract Surgery

May 9, 2016

Shigeru Kinoshita, MD, PhD


Novel Treatment Dimensions for Corneal Endothelial Dysfunction

Apr 20, 2015

Warren E. Hill, MD


Something Borrowed, Something New: Improved Accuracy for IOL Power Selection

Apr 26, 2014

Boston, MA

Richard J. Mackool Sr., MD


Humans, Happiness, and the Wonder of New

Apr 22, 2013

San Francisco, CA

Douglas D. Koch, MD


Corneal Optics for IOL Selection: Cracking the Code

Apr 23, 2012

Chicago, IL

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD


Thoughts on the Ophthalmologist’s Role in Education and Innovation

Mar 28, 2011

San Diego, CA

Henry F. Edelhauser, PhD

(Deceased)
Evolution of Surgical Pharmacology: Reviewing the Past and Looking to the Future

Apr 12, 2010

Boston, MA

Robert H. Osher, MD


So I Decided Not to Call!

Apr 6, 2009

San Francisco, CA

Theo Seiler, MD, PhD


The Stony Way of Development of a Clinical Procedure: Collagen Crosslinking

Apr 7, 2008

Chicago, IL

Okihiro Nishi, MD


Approaches to Future Cataract Surgery

Apr 30, 2007

San Diego, CA

Kensaku Miyake, MD


Innovative TV Technologies for Ophthalmic Surgery

May 20, 2006

San Francisco, CA

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