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Welcome to the September issue of The Ophthalmologist! Our Upfront section features the latest industry and research, from the phone app that is improving eye health, to the magnetic protein in birds’ eyes that enables remarkable feats of migration.
In our opinion column, In My View, Tina Felfeli and Yvonne Buys lay out the facts on pay and practice disparity between male and female ophthalmologists.
The cover feature, “Within Reach”, features Terry Cooper’s amazing images from the outreach program of ROP screening in Madurai, India.
In this issue’s NextGen section, Jayakrishna Ambati talks about recycling in the pharmaceutical pipeline – the discovery that a class of HIV drugs can be utilized to treat dry AMD, and Parsin Haji Reza explain his novel photoacoustic imaging technique – PARS.
In Profession, we catch up with Simon Prosser, who is climbing the world’s highest peaks, fundraising for AMD patients’ improvements to quality of life, while Lucia Nadaf talks about the efforts of ORBIS International in Zambia.
Finally, we sit down with Judy E. Kim, Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Director of Teleophthalmology and Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin, USA.