A Brave New World of Retina Research
Cutting-edge translational retina research for patients in Philadelphia and around the world
Allen C. Ho, Carl D. Regillo | | Hot Topic
By Allen C. Ho
We live in an age where science and technology are advancing fast – but not nearly fast enough for those afflicted by blinding eye conditions. Since its inception in 1832, Wills Eye Hospital has been a leader in patient care, medical education, and translational clinical research (1). But this is no time to rest on our past achievements when there are still so many needs left unfulfilled in our clinics and surgical suites and when translational scientific advances offer potential opportunity for great benefit. These patient needs drive our team – and the whole institution – forward.
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