Resumé

Resumé for Dr. David Lane, BA, BSc(M), MD, FRCS(C) from the Lasik Cataract Centre at 39 Commerce Road, Lindsay, ON, K9V 5Y3.

Tel: (705) 320-8080

Education:

July 1995 - June 2000

  • Ophthalmology Residency
    UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Toronto, Ontario

Aug. 1991 - May 1995

  • Medicine
    UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, Saskatoon, SK

June 1992 - Sept. 1993

  • B.Sc. Medicine
    UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, Saskatoon, SK
  • Thesis presentation, Clonidine and Perioperative Renal Function

Oct. 1990 - June 1991

  • Diplôme d'Etudes Supérieures
    UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTPELLIER (III), Montpellier, France
  • French literature and philosophy

Sept 1987 - Apr. 1990

  • B.A., French
    UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, Saskatoon, SK
  • Graduated with Great Distinction

Awards and Scholarships:

2000 - 2001

  • 99th percentile American Board of Ophthalmology Written Examination

1999 - 2000

  • Duncan Jamieson Memorial Prize for Best overall Ophthalmology Resident

1998 - 1999

  • 99th percentile Ophthalmology Knowledge Assessment Program examination (OKAP)

1997 - 1998

  • 99th percentile Ophthalmology Knowledge Assessment Program examination (OKAP)
  • University of Toronto Alumni Prize for Best Resident Research Project
  • PSI Resident Research Award, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • Wing Chan Book Prize for Exceptional Performance as a second year ophthalmology resident

1994 - 1995

  • W.S. Lindsay Gold Medal for first place in College of Medicine
  • Hilliard Medal for first place in Surgery
  • Maclean Medal for first place in Internal Medicine
  • First place medals in Anaesthesia, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry

1993 - 1994

  • Alumni Association Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement

1992 - 1993

  • W.G. Cates Prize for first place in Pathology
  • Gregory Stillwell Scholarship for first place in Microbiology
  • Fisions Award for first place in Immunology

1991 - 1992

  • C.J Huston Award for first place in History of Medicine Essay Competition

1990 - 1991

  • Rotary Fellowship, $20,000 to study French Literature at University of Montpellier, France

Hospital Privileges:

2000 - present

  • Ross Memorial Hospital
    Lindsay, Ontario

2000 - 2012

  • Sunnybrook Health Science Centre
    Toronto, Ontario

Academic Appointments:

2000 - present

  • Lecturer
    University of Toronto
    Toronto, Ontario

Committees and Appointments:

2016 - 2018

  • Toronto Cataract Course Planning Committee

2009 - 2010

  • Toronto Cataract Course Planning Committee

2008 - 2010

  • Clinical Director, Surgical Program, Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay, ON

2007 - 2010

  • Chief of Surgery, Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay, ON

2003 - 2007

  • Secretary/Treasurer, Victoria County Medical Society

2004 - 2006

  • Vice President of Medical Staff, Ross Memorial Hospital

1999 - 2000

  • Chief Resident, Ophthalmology, University of Toronto
  • Postgraduate Committee, Dept. of Ophthalmology, University of Toronto
  • Admissions Committee, Dept. of Ophthalmology, University of Toronto

1994 - 1995

  • Valedictorian, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
  • Admissions Committee, College of Medicine

Presentations:

2020

  • "Novel Way to Manage Shortness of Breath", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto

2019

  • "Diabetes and the Eye", World Diabetes Day, Lindsay, Ontario
  • “Premium IOLs in a Private Centre” , Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto
  • “Office Efficiency”, VisioNext Symposium, Quebec City
  • “Clear Lens Exchange and Symfony”, Kawartha Lakes Optometry, Lindsay

2018

  • "New Inexpensive Tools", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto

2016

  • "Current State of Affairs", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto
  • "Iris hooks vs rings", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto

2014

  • "OR Efficiency - Small Changes = Large Gains", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto
  • "Small Pupil Tricks", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto

2012

  • "Switching to EMR", Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto

2011

  • "Intra-vitreal Injections.....How to Get Started" Walter Wright Conference, Toronto
  • "Update on Cataract Surgery", Primary Day in Eye Care, OMA, Toronto
  • "Managing Iris Prolapse" Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto
  • "Update on the Malyugin Ring" Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto
  • "Group Purchasing; Physician's Perspective" Toronto Cataract Course, Toronto
  • "Macro Software to Improve Office Efficiency" General Ophthalmology Review Course, Toronto

2010

  • "My Experience with Stellaris", OR Nurses Dialogues in Ophthalmology, Eastern Canada, King Edward Hotel, Toronto
  • Chair, Eastern Canadian Dialogues in Ophthalmology, Le Germain Hotel, Toronto
  • "The Future of Group Purchasing in Ontario" , Dialogues in Ophthalmology Eastern Canada, Le Germain Hotel, Toronto
  • "My Transition to EMR", Walter Wright Day, CNIB, Toronto
  • "My experience with the Malyugin Ring", Ophthalmology Grand Rounds, Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto

2009

  • "Update in Cataract Surgery", Primary Day Eye Care, Prince Hotel, OMA
  • "Anesthesia and Cataract Surgery", Toronto Cataract Course,
  • Old Mill Hotel, Toronto
  • "Malyugin Ring", Toronto Cataract Course, Old Mill Hotel, Toronto

2008

  • “Cataract Surgery”, Primary Day Eye Care, Prince Hotel, OMA
  • “Unknown Cases”, University of Saskatchewan
  • “Stellaris” New Cataract Surgery Technology, Mt. Sinai Hospital

2007

  • “Unknown Case Presentations”, Ophthalmology residents, University of Saskatchewan

2007

  • “Geriatric eye disease”, Primary Day in Eye Care, University of Toronto

2006

  • "Ophthalmology and Systemic Disease", Walter Wright Day, University of  Toronto

2004

  • "The Red Eye" Primary Eye Care Day, University of Toronto

Publications:

2013

2010

  • Lane et al. A Case Study from Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, Ontario.
    Bausch & Lomb Eye Chronicles 2010; volume 2; issue 1; 20-21

2000

  • Lane et al. Effect of Healon and Viscoat on outflow facility in human cadaver eyes.  J Cataract Refract Surg 2000; 26:277-281

1998

  • Lane et al. A comparison of the effects of Healon and Viscoat on outflow facility in human cadaver eyes.
    Poster, American Academy of Ophthalmology, New Orleans, LA

Instrument Designs and Developments

Lane IOL Dialer SP7-67930

  • Special instrument designed by Dr. Lane, sold by Bausch & Lomb, used for intraocular surgery.

Lane Speculum SP7-66949

  • Instrument designed by Dr. Lane, sold by Bausch & Lomb, used to keep eyes open for temporal incision intraocular surgery.

Macro "auto-complete" Software

  • Developed by Dr. Lane to make office-based Electronic Medical Record system more efficient. Dr. Lane has donated this software to all ophthalmologists in Canada. It has been incorporated into McMaster University's Version 12.1 OSCAR Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software.