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Steven J. Gedde

Professor of Ophthalmology, John G. Clarkson Chair, Vice Chair of Education, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USA

If you weren’t an ophthalmologist…

I would be a high school teacher. I had several great teachers who influenced my career pathway, especially during high school. I could envision myself serving in a similar mentoring role.

One practical tip for a fellow expert…

Remain committed to learning throughout your professional career.  It has been estimated that the body of medical knowledge is doubling every 73 days. Time and effort must be directed toward maintaining competence by integrating new information into the care of patients.

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