With next year’s list, we will showcase the achievements of ophthalmology’s top 50 most influential women
With the challenge of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever that NGOs strengthen their medical volunteer programs
This month’s image is the winner of the Slit Lamp Imaging Competition
Implant gives monkeys artificial sight, bypassing prior stages of visual processing to interface directly with the brain
What do the Glaucoma Research Foundation survey results tell us about patients’ pandemic experiences?
Mary Elizabeth Hartnett
The goal of VISION 2020 was to reduce avoidable sight loss, but there is still work to be done to redress gender disparities
A failure to meet preventable blindness targets speaks to the need for change
A speedy way of measuring patients’ eye pressure when all visits are canceled
Significant numbers of cataract patients are also glaucomatous – increasingly, it makes medical and economic sense to address both conditions at once
The latest eye-related research – in 60 words or less
Live roundtable, featuring Elizabeth Yeu, Laura Periman, Stefano Barabino and William Trattler, explored ocular surface disease, including blepharitis
Valentina Gracia Rey
With conferences no longer bound by geography, the spotlight can shift from “the West” to the rest of the world
Atanas Yuliyanov Bogoev
The second wave is upon us and, as many countries go into lockdown, it is more important than ever to focus on the positives
This month’s image shows angioid streaks – fluorescein angiography irregular radiations deep to the retina.
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