Congratulations! You now have unlimited access to all articles from The Ophthalmologist.
Complete your profile at your earliest convenience to unlock the rest of your benefits:
relevant and personalised updates about your field
access to Case Studies/product profiles
digital magazine subscription
Welcome to the September edition of The Ophthalmologist. Upfront’s topics include why scientists are radiocarbon dating the lenses of Greenland sharks, and the reason why gender mismatches in corneal grafts can lead to graft failure and rejection. In My View’s contributions include a “How to succeed in political advocacy” primer from Paul Sternberg, Jr and Janice C. Law, and a discussion of the benefits of heads-up surgery from Claus Eckardt. Our cover feature tells Amar Agarwal’s story of the Ophthalmic Premier League (OPL) – and all of the shenanigans. In Practice sees Mauricio Pérez describe the use of scleral spurectomy during DMEK donor tissue preparation. NextGen features John Berdahl on goggles, redefining glaucoma and its treatment, and how this may help astronauts to Mars one day. In Profession, we hear from Patricia Bath about her career and the lessons she’s learned, and we Sit Down With Philip J. Rosenfeld, Professor of Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami, Florida.