With next year’s list, we will showcase the achievements of ophthalmology’s top 50 most influential women
The good, the bad, and the new normal – how the pandemic has changed things for young ophthalmologists
With 75 million children to serve, America’s pediatric ophthalmologists face a tough task – and they are struggling to cope in the wake of COVID-19
For those living in Zaatari, the world's largest Syrian refugee camp, the privilege of eye care is far from guaranteed
Tackling rapid acceleration of progressive childhood myopia following a period of increased screen use and reduced outdoor activity
Sitting Down With… Antonia Joussen, Professor and Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
A new literature analysis evaluates myopia management strategies
With pediatric visual acuity visits postponed, can home-based testing options fill the gap?
CHLA researchers uncover a breakthrough biopsy method for retinoblastoma
Sitting Down With… Lucy Mathen, BBC journalist-turned-ophthalmologist – and founder of the charity Second Sight
Raising awareness and understanding of a largely misunderstood condition: the Charles Bonnet Syndrome
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