One hundred reasons to celebrate women in ophthalmology
M. Edward Wilson
The first approved drop for the prevention of intraoperative miosis and reduction of postoperative pain in pediatric cataract surgery patients
M. Scott Hickman,
Building long-term and long-distance ophthalmic partnerships to share knowledge, enhance education, and improve patient care worldwide
Regrowing healthy photoreceptor cells with gene therapy may be the future for Leber congenital amaurosis sufferers
Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI) causing vision problems may be a lot more common than previously thought
Leading epidemiologists give an overview of the status of vision loss in the seven super-regions of the world
VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – what’s next in the global challenge to reduce vision impairment and blindness?
Zika infection in early pregnancy can impact retinal development in utero, but not postnatally
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
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