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Basic & Translational Research

Business & Profession

Bitesize Breakthroughs

| Phoebe Harkin

The latest ophthalmology news – in brief

Business & Profession

Too Old to Operate?

| Phoebe Harkin

A Canadian study asks: are older physicians an increased risk to patients during surgery?

Subspecialties

A Job for Life

| Carol Shields

Sitting Down With… Carol Shields, Chief of the Ocular Oncology Service at Wills Eye Hospital and Professor of Ophthalmology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, USA

Business & Profession

A Global Call to Action

| Erin Shriver

As ophthalmologists, we have a duty of care to our patients – and sometimes that means asking difficult questions.

Subspecialties

Mapping Mechanisms

| Ruth Steer

Using high-throughput screening to uncover novel genes for retinal regulation

Subspecialties

Retinal Imaging in Your Hand

Introducing HAOSLO – a breakthrough pocket-sized device able to image individual photoreceptors in infants

Subspecialties

Printed Vision

| Phoebe Harkin

US researchers are the first to fully 3D-print a ‘bionic eye’

Business & Profession

Navigating the Long Road

| Kathleen Gordon and Jonathan Zager

How lessons learned from a uveal melanoma cluster may present a roadmap for a team approach – and how ophthalmologists can ensure optimal care for patients

Subspecialties

A Life-Changing Gift

| Crystal Ellis and Christine Sindt

We share the story of one patient, one donor family and one physician to reveal the human side of restoring 20/20 vision

Business & Profession

Bitesize Breakthroughs

| Ruth Steer, Phoebe Harkin

Analyzing the tear film layer, screening for neural disease, and a curious contact lens case: a brief selection of the latest ophthalmology news

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