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For 200 years, Moria has been one of the most respected ophthalmic instrument companies, offering the finest range of medical devices such as hand-held instrumentation and equipment for refractive and corneal transplant surgeries. Our medical devices have been always designed and improved with the support of leading experts around the world to deliver ophthalmic solutions enhancing your surgical performance.

We want to make you benefit from the expertise of the surgeons we met across the world, key opinion leaders in their specialty. As a human size company, we want to build a community of ophthalmic surgeons who want to share their best practices and those who are still eager to learn to keep educating and challenging themselves.

Moria deploys a diversity of education initiatives either online or onsite and by partnering locally to sustain education as products and techniques always evolve.

Antony, Île-de-France, France
17 Faculty
4 Courses available
172 Reviews


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Alaa El-Danasoury, MD, PhD (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)

Professional Experience:

·      Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Board Member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)

·      Member of American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)

·      Former President, International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS)

·      Chief Medical Officer.

·      Fellowship in Cornea & External Eye Disease from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

·      Consultant & Chief of Refractive Surgery Department, Magrabi Hospitals & Centers

Certificates & Awards:

·      Lifetime Achievement Award: ISRS – 2016

·      Barraquer Award and Lecture: ISRS - 2016

PROFESSEUR DES UNIVERSITÉS - PRATICIEN HOSPITALIER (PUPH) CHU BORDEAUX Domaines d'excellence : - Chirurgie réfractive de la myopie, hypermétropie, astigmatisme - Chirurgie de la cataracte et de la presbytie - Pathologies cornéennes, Kératocône et maladies de la surface oculaire - Greffes de la cornée

Jodhbir Singh Mehta, MD, PhD (Singapore)

  • Distinguished Professor, Duke-NUS, SNEC
  • Head of the Corneal Service Singapore National Eye Center (SNEC).
  • Head of the Tissue Engineering and Cell therapy group at the Singapore Eye Research Institute and Professor with DUKE-NUS GMS.
  • Named Professor of Clinical Innovation at SNEC/SERI. Director of Education, Singhealth Transplant and Deputy Executive Director at SERI, Deputy Head SD Cell Therapy centre.
  • He has published >400 peer-reviewed papers and 20 book chapters. Current H-index 53, citations >10,000.
  • He has given >250 invited plenary, symposium and named lectures globally with over 52 national and international awards.
  • His research work as generated 15 patents, 5 of which have been licensed to companies.
  • Has trained 26 international fellows, 5 masters students and 8 PhD students.
  • He leads a clinical service and runs a research program comprising of clinical and translational study. His work is focused on corneal transplantation, femtosecond laser technology, corneal imaging, corneal infections, corneal refractive surgery, keratoprosthesis surgery and corneal genetics. 

Luigi Fontana, MD, PhD (Reggio-Emilia, Italy)

·      Ospedale Santa Maria Nuova (Reggio-Emilia, Italy)

·      Extensive research in innovative techniques of corneal transplantation

·      Development of eye bank of Emilia-Romagna


·      Society Ophthalmology Italian: 2005-2008

·      Italian Corneal Transplant Society: since 2008


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Jun 3, 2021
Shahidullah K. It was a very good online training. Very helpful & having needed informations.
Jun 1, 2021
Ahmed T. Technical problem and delay in the morning session that I have attended was not fine and caused a delay in the closing of the session.