SECO 2020: A Time to Learn, Shop, and Socialize
SECO 2020: A Time to Learn, Shop and Socialize
Alan Kabat, OD ‘90, FAAO, professor at Salus PCO, presented a number of lectures on topics such as dry eye; biological medications in eye care; uveitis (a form of eye inflammation); and two workshops, one on amniotic membranes and the second on Meibomian Gland Dysfunction at the Southeastern Educational Congress of Optometry’s (SECO) annual conference.
Dr. Kabat, who attended his first SECO conference in 1996 and conducted his first lecture at the conference in 1999, was part of a group from Salus PCO that attended this year’s SECO conference March 4-8 in Atlanta, Ga.
Among those attending from Salus PCO were dean Melissa Trego, OD ’04, PhD; Alissa Coyne, OD ’10, FAAO, Resident ’11, PCO assistant professor; Andrew Gurwood, OD ’89, FAAO, Resident ’90, co-chief of Suite 3 and PCO professor; Laine Higa, OD, Resident ’15, PCO assistant professor; Holly Myers, OD ’86, Resident ’87, chief of Primary Care, Suite 1, and PCO associate professor; as well as residents Candace Evernden, OD, ’20 Resident; Justine Adriaansen, OD, ’20 Resident; Lucinda Kauffman, OD ’19, ’20 Resident; and Megan Rother, OD, ’20 Resident.