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Business & Profession Professional Development

Change the Things You Can

| Lauren Hock

Everything you need to know about responding to patient-initiated verbal harassment


Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

Protecting Nonprofits

| Noelle Whitestone, Hunter Cherwek

With the challenge of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever that NGOs strengthen their medical volunteer programs

Subspecialties Comprehensive

Blood Ties

| Amy Shapiro

Hematology researchers are embarking on the world’s first collaborative natural history study on congenital plasminogen deficiency

Subspecialties Retina

What's on Our (DR) Radar?

| Andrzej Grzybowski, Piotr Brona

Exploring the real-world impact of artificial intelligence in diabetic retinopathy screening

Subspecialties Retina

Realizing Retinal Regeneration

| Evdokia Paza, Alice Lightowlers, Tim Landy, Geraint Parfitt

How can data-driven in vivo reprogramming be used to treat retinal and optic nerve degeneration?

Subspecialties Glaucoma

The Long Haul

| Felipe Medeiros, E. Randy Craven, I. Paul Singh

Three glaucoma specialists assess the potential of the FDA-approved bimatoprost implant

Subspecialties Cornea / Ocular Surface

To (Pre)Serve and Protect

| Marjan Farid

How can cryopreserved amniotic membrane (CAM) help herpetic keratitis patients?

Subspecialties Retina

The Knife and the Retina

| Aleksandra Jones

Two leading vitreoretinal surgeons explore their work and methods, discuss techniques, their careers, and hopes and dreams for the field

Subspecialties COVID-19

Safety First

| Jason Bacharach

The pandemic has forced physicians to rethink glaucoma treatment – starting with updated tools and protocols for safety-conscious encounters

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Ever Evolving, Always Improving

| Daniel Lee

MIGS has revolutionized glaucoma surgery, but there’s still room for improvement. Let’s talk XEN…

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