It’s a bittersweet week for me, as my dear friend and colleague, Phoebe Harkin, has left our company to follow her dream of living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands! Phoebe worked on The Ophthalmologist for three years, and met many of you either virtually or at various ophthalmic events – and I would bet that if you ever met her in real life, you remember her well! I’m taking this opportunity to share my personal selection of the best content Phoebe has produced during her time with The Ophthalmologist.

Until next time, Aleksandra Jones

Weekly Spotlight

For its 30-year anniversary, TOMEY GmbH is looking to solidify its strong position in the market and bring the company into a sharper focus amongst eyecare professionals, continuing to ensure that its specialist precision diagnostic instruments remain the most accurate, convenient, and comfortable devices for patients and clinicians.

Women in Vision
10/24/2018 | Phoebe Harkin
Phoebe Harkin speaks to several high-profile ophthalmologists to get a picture of a woman’s place in today’s ophthalmology
This Is America
The story of America’s first Black ophthalmologist, David K. McDonogh – enslaved person who became esteemed physician, despite being refused his medical diploma – in perspectives gathered by Phoebe Harkin, featuring Richard Koplin, Diane Windham Shaw, Daniel Laroche, and Jacqueline Busingye
Life's Rich Tapestry
04/18/2019 | Phoebe Harkin
Sitting Down With… Clare Davey, Director of Examinations at the International Council of Ophthalmology
Rethinking AMD
04/30/2019 | Gregory R. Jackson
An accidental discovery, an aging population, a new approach to healthcare – this is the story of MacuLogix
Webinars: On-Demand

Shining a Light on Dry AMD - How Photobiomodulation is Helping Dry AMD Patients
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Creating a new standard in ophthalmic surgery visualization
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Clinical applications of hand-held OCT: Bringing the OCT to the patient and not the patient to the OCT
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David Lunt on using tonometry data to create guidelines for managing glaucoma

David Lunt discusses using tonometry to create guidelines for managing lower-risk glaucoma patients and developing virtual pathways, so that more time can be devoted to the more acute glaucoma cases.
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