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Improving your ergonomic set up to ensure a long and healthy career in ophthalmology
Following the success of the 2021 Power List, five influential women discuss the career and life milestones on their way to positions of power
Simon J. Clark
Using protein-based mass spectrometry, researchers have identified a family of proteins responsible for dry AMD pathology that can be therapeutically
Efforts should be made to diagnose OSD conditions correctly, so that when a new treatment arrives – we are ready to put it to work for our patients
I. Paul Singh
You can prescribe a patient a drug, but you can’t make them compliant
How do you make a name for yourself in ophthalmology, when you’re carrying a name that’s already big in the field?
A review of gene and genetic therapies for ophthalmic conditions – and what promises they hold
Andreas F. Borkenstein
These collaborators are looking to ask the right questions through their AMD-specific visual functional assessment
Combining the roles of clinician and researcher was not easy. But we can – and should – smooth the path for the next generation.
Simon Prosser aims to improve AMD patients’ quality of life by climbing the world’s highest peaks
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Lifting the Lid on Eye Pressure
Saving Axons and Somas
Protecting Eyes From the Friday Night Lights