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March 2020 Issue of The Ophthalmologist

The Ophthalmologist’s March cover feature is all about an organ-to-cloud glaucoma project, the potential answer to ophthalmology’s glaucoma management problem.
Our new, redesigned Upfront section features the latest research, innovations and trends in ophthalmology, from brain mapping diversity in eye dominance to tracing cataract surgery through the ages.
In the In My View opinion columns, Jennifer Loh discusses her involvement in CEDARS/ASPENS and the importance of industry relationships to moving the field forward, and Kaweh Mansouri argues that glaucoma sub-specialty finds itself at a turning point.
Our three In Practice articles discuss how mitomycin C shortages might affect glaucoma surgery, how surgical adjuncts can make cataract surgery safer and minimize costs, and how the joint-up approach improves quality of care for patients with diabetic eye diseases.
Michael Stumpp presents the The DARPin platform for AMD and DME treatments in our NextGen section, while in the Profession department we talk to Scheffer C.G. Tseng about the key to boosting diversity in ophthalmology – Minority Mentoring Programs – and we kick off a new series, presenting ophthalmology’s most inspiring figures – beginning with the unsurpassable Fred Hollows.
Finally, we sit down with Melissa Hunfalvay, former athlete and co-founder of RightEye.

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Articles featured in this issue

Subspecialties Cataract

Sometimes, Simple Is Best

| Lauren Robertson

Progress in ophthalmology doesn’t always come from increased complexity

Subspecialties Retina

Monkey See?

| Lauren Robertson

A newly-identified mutation in monkeys could spur development of cell and gene therapies for BBS

Subspecialties Cataract

Timeline: The Evolution of Cataract Surgery

One of the oldest, most common – and most successful – procedures in ophthalmology

Subspecialties Comprehensive

Bitesize Breakthroughs

| Lauren Robertson

The latest ophthalmology research – in brief

Subspecialties Retina

RPE Patch: What's New?

| Lauren Robertson

The retinal pigment epithelial patch edges closer to becoming a reality for dry AMD patients

Subspecialties Neuro-ophthalmology

Wild Thing

| Phoebe Harkin

When it comes to brain mapping diversity, size – or rather, pattern – matters

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

A Golden Age

| Aleksandra Jones

Could the ELOVL2 gene be the key to new therapeutics for age-related eye diseases?

Subspecialties Cornea / Ocular Surface

Image of the Month: {kornea:}

| Aleksandra Jones

Part of the winning project of the European Eye Bank Association’s 2020 Photo & Art Contest

Business & Profession Cataract

Top of the Tree

| Jennifer Loh

CEDARS/ASPENS is an active network with clear mission in the anterior segment sphere: building knowledge and providing education

Subspecialties Glaucoma

The Burden of Proof

| Kaweh Mansouri

The glaucoma subspecialty is now at a turning point, but new approaches, including MIGS, must be based on high-quality evidence

Business & Profession Retina

Luminous Leadership

| Sponsored by LumiThera

Clark E. Tedford tells us about his part in creating LumiThera, its flagship product and technology, and the company’s plans for the future

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Head in the Clouds

| Ariel Cao

Organ-to-cloud technology is here – and it has its sights set on glaucoma

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Enhanced Features, Enhanced Diagnostics

| Sponsored by Heidelberg Engineering

Heidelberg Engineering’s glaucoma toolkit now includes two new features. Reintroducing… the SPECTRALIS® Glaucoma Module Premium Edition

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Drug Drought

| Obeda Kailani, Claudia Quijano, Dan Lindfield

How will mitomycin C shortages affect glaucoma surgery?

Subspecialties Cataract

If You Think of It, Use It!

| David Lockington

How surgical adjuncts can make cataract surgery safer – and minimize costs in the long run

Business & Profession Education and Training

An End to Disparity

| Aleksandra Jones, Lauren Robertson

Ophthalmology needs a diversity boost – and minority mentoring programs could be the key

Subspecialties Diabetes

Connecting the Diabetes Dots

| Ralph Abraham

How important is a joint-up approach to caring for patients with diabetes and diabetic eye disease?

Subspecialties Retina

Inspiration from Nature

| Michael Stumpp

The DARPin platform has the AMD and DME treatment burden firmly in its sights – but that’s only the beginning

Business & Profession Education and Training

An Australian Icon

| Ian Wishart

In a new series, we present ophthalmology’s most inspiring figures, as told by those closest to them – beginning with the unsurpassable Fred Hollows

Business & Profession Comprehensive

Holding Court

| Phoebe Harkin

Sitting Down With… Melissa Hunfalvay, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at RightEye, USA

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