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Welcome to the January issue of The Ophthalmologist. Upfront’s topics include IOP-sensing implants, subliminal imaging and the latest trial results for AMD therapies. In My View sees Hiroshi Ishikawa make the case for using anterior segment imaging in angle-closure glaucoma, and Brian Joondeph considers what a Trump presidency might mean for ophthalmologists. In our Feature, we hear from Michael Chiang about his work on EHRs and how the data they collect might be put to good use. In Practice sees Anat Loewenstein overview intraocular steroids in retinal diseases and Paul Beer presents his accommodating-disaccommodating (AD)-IOL concept in Next Gen. In Profession, Rod Solar discusses why more ophthalmologists should be making and posting video content, and shares his top tips. Finally, we Sit Down With George Waring IV, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of Refractive Surgery, Medical University of South Carolina Storm Eye Institute, USA.