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April 2018 Issue of The Ophthalmologist

Welcome to the April issue of The Ophthalmologist, and welcome to the Power List 2018 where we celebrate the Top 100 leaders, educators, personalities and trailblazers in ophthalmology today, as voted for by you, our readers! Upfront features a range of topics, including probing the limits with robotic eye surgery, how children’s eyes may make their circadian rhythms sensitive to disruption, and a contact killer for Acanthamoeba keratitis. In NextGen, members of the Power List share their thoughts on the future of ophthalmology. Finally, we Sit Down With Napoleone Ferrara, Distinguished Professor of Pathology and Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology, University of California, San Diego, USA.

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Articles featured in this issue

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A Brief History of the Power List

| Mark Hillen

Plus a few answers to some frequently asked questions.

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PAW Patrol

| Ruth Steer

Combating Acanthamoeba keratitis with plasma-activated water.

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Night Light: Yes, Bright Light: No!

| Ruth Steer

Children's circadian clocks are extremely sensitive to disruption.

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Probing the Limits

| Mark Hillen

Intraocular distance sensor + surgical robot = better outcomes, safer procedures and speedier surgery.

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An ARIStocratic Endeavor

| Mark Hillen

Looking into why some patients with early-stage AMD progress to late-stage within five years

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The Best Treatment

| Ruth Steer

Is gene therapy the answer to an untreatable form of macular degeneration?

Business & Profession

Welcome to the Power List 2018

| Mark Hillen

Who are the influencers in eyecare today?

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Image of the Month

A curious cataract complication…

Business & Profession

Benchmarking the Power List

| Mark Hillen

The who, what, where and why of this year’s top 100.

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Great Minds Look Ahead

The 2018 Power List nominees share their thoughts on the future of ophthalmology.

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VEGF Veteran

| Napoleone Ferrara

Napoleone Ferrara, Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology, UC San Diego School of Medicine, California, USA.

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Management of Retinal Disease: Advances in Treatment and Clinical Practice

| Sponsored by Bayer

The 3rd Global Retinal Network Program Annual Meeting

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