This year we’re looking for 50 of the best inventors, mentors, emerging leaders, surgical pioneers and champions of change. With our “Five Top Tens,” we hope to showcase the best, the brightest, and the most forward-thinking that ophthalmology has to offer.
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Welcome to first 2018 issue of The Ophthalmologist! In Upfront, topics including surprising benefits of drinking hot tea and a silent approach to treating AMD are featured. In My View sees Theo Seiler, Farhad Hafezi, J. Bradley Randleman and Paolo Vinciguerra challenge CXLUSA’s approach for corneal crosslinking. Our feature focuses on what eye surgeons get up to outside the clinic, and Howard Fine and Günther Grabner share their stories and the benefits they have found. In Practice sees Virender Sangwan discuss the benefits of SLET for limbal stem cell deficiency, and in NextGen, Sean McCafferty introduces CATS, a tonometer prism which can account for corneal variability. In Profession, the challenges facing eyecare in Cambodia are discussed, and one team share their mission to serve this vastly underserved population. Finally, we Sit Down With Tom Frinzi, Worldwide President of Johnson & Johnson Vision, Surgical.