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 The Ophthalmologist’s June issue! Upfront visits a range of topics, including eyedrops for keratoconus and ocular side effects of immune checkpoint cancer therapies. In My View sees Imane Tarib share a story of motivation, and ask why more women aren’t in ophthalmology leadership positions; and Medi Eslani and colleagues explore management of limbal stem cell deficiency with MSCs. In our Feature, Stuart Stoll tells the story of how a simple idea to practice his own surgical skills led to inventing model eyes for surgical training. In Practice sees Sanjay Asrani discuss assessing multiple modalities to improve glaucoma diagnosis and management, and Priyanka Sood shares her approach to intraoperative LASIK flap complications. In NextGen, Sean Ianchulev tells the story of miLOOP and how he hopes it will to tackle global blindness, and Pete Jones introduces a data-based VR/AR platform for simulating personalized visual experiences. In Profession, Jessica Griffith shares leading ophthalmologists’ opinions on the value of peer-to-peer education. Finally, we Sit Down With Alan Crandall, Director of the Moran Outreach Program.