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Subspecialties Business and Innovation, Imaging & Diagnostics, Imaging & Diagnostics, Refractive, Cataract, Cornea/Ocular Surface

The 2014 Innovation Awards Are here

Ophthalmology is one of the most intense incubators of medical innovation. Competition is truly driving innovation, and this is resulting in not just the incremental improvements in products that you might expect, but also some big, game-changing leaps too.

Here we recognize a year’s worth of innovation. Apps, IOLs, vitreous cutters, imagers and lasers – the latest and greatest of these are all there.

But which one came out on top?

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Mark Hillen

I spent seven years as a medical writer, writing primary and review manuscripts, congress presentations and marketing materials for numerous – and mostly German – pharmaceutical companies. Prior to my adventures in medical communications, I was a Wellcome Trust PhD student at the University of Edinburgh.

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