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Welcome to the last issue of The Ophthalmologist in 2020! Our Upfront section features the latest industry and research, as well as a timeline of some of ophthalmology’s most important Black figures. In the monthly opinion column, In My View, Jim Davison shares his fond memories of Alan Crandall, and residents Atanas Yuliyanov Bogoev and Valentina Gracia Rey discuss their lockdown experiences. In our cover feature, Realizing Retinal Regeneration, you can find out about a novel therapeutic approach to treating retinal and optic nerve diseases: data-driven in vivo reprogramming. November In Practice articles discuss the first collaborative study on congenital plasminogen deficiency and dexamethasone implants administered by nurse practitioners. In NextGen, two Polish retina specialists describe a project using AI in DR screening, and Profession features Charles Holmes and Ignacio Tuduri discussing the recent Allergan-AbbVie merger.
Finally, we sit down with Ningli Wang, Director of the Beijing Tongren Eye Center in China, and a keen cyclist.
I hope you enjoy reading this issue. Have a great winter break and come back to us in 2021!