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Welcome to the January/February issue of The Ophthalmologist! Our Upfront section features the latest industry and research, from neuroprosthetic implants to the life and legacy of Jack Kanski. In the monthly opinion column, In My View, Mary Elizabeth Hartnett and Jeff Pettey discuss reducing preventable vision loss and (not) achieving 2020 blindness targets. In our cover feature, “Refractive Surgery on the Side?” four young refractive specialists discuss how to make a career in the field that has become a subspecialty in its own right. The issue’s In Practice articles take on cornea and ocular surface, and revisit the ever-popular topic of monovision, while the Profession department articles explore the topic of managing finances during the pandemic, ways of dealing with patient-initiated harassment, and the importance of strengthening medical volunteer programs.
Finally, we sit down with Ashiyana Nariani, Cornea and Refractive Surgeon and Ocular Oncology in Mumbai, India.