One hundred reasons to celebrate women in ophthalmology
Rebecca Adams, self-proclaimed ‘ordinary ophthalmologist,’ reflects on a life spent between two great loves
Selwa Al-Hazzaa, one of the most influential women in the Arab world, who has achieved international success, professionally, medically, academically and politically, is now empowering other women to reach similar heights.
From motherhood to #MeToo – six ophthalmologists give their take on the issues facing women today.
Phoebe Harkin speaks to several high-profile ophthalmologists to get a picture of a woman’s place in today’s ophthalmology
Alicia Nunez Abreau
The image shows hematoxylin and eosin-stained sections of enucleated eyes from a four-year-old patient with retinoblastoma.
The latest ophthalmology news – in brief
As a Nobel Prize in Physics goes to a woman for the first time in 55 years, we shine a stark light on the issues faced by women in ophthalmology.
Kelly Aileen Oldstein
This ultra-widefield image of a choroid was submitted by Kelly Aileen Oldstein, an Ophthalmic Photographer at Chester County Eye Care, PA, USA.
Change – it’s what drives the world forwards. But do we always recognize when it’s needed?
The gift of sight – and the different ways that those in eye care strive to deliver it
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