This year we have 50 of the best inventors, mentors, emerging leaders, surgical pioneers and champions of change. With our “Five Top Tens,” we hope to showcase the best, the brightest, and the most forward-thinking that ophthalmology has to offer.
Five Things We Learned This Month
New neuroscience reveals that the synaptic connections between the retinal ganglion cells and the visual cortex are not as simple as first thought
Object motion detector cell function relies on a unique interneuron and a special ‘sidekick’ recognition protein
Photovoltaic pixels could help create a wireless retinal prosthesis with a much better spatial resolution than current offerings
One Tumblr post “broke the internet” and was a massive distraction during the 38th Annual Macula Society meeting – but what’s really going on in the visual pathway?
After a stroke, the brain swells... and for every millimeter that the optic nerve sheath diameter swells, the risk of death increases by 4–6 times.
Gene sequencing study identifies a gene mutation responsible for heritable cases of LCA and OMS for the first time
Are flexible, battery- and wire-less, light-sensitive nanotube films the future of retinal implants?
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