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Subspecialties COVID-19, Education and Training

The Student Becomes the Teacher

In the months leading up to 2020, many ophthalmologists found themselves reflecting on the significance of the year ahead – and we at Wills were no exception. As we thought about our history – and our future – there seemed no better way to celebrate our legacy as the oldest and largest ophthalmology training program in the US than to reinvest in our mission: to care for patients and train ophthalmologists with skill and compassion.

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Douglas M. Wisner

Director of the William Maul Measey Ophthalmic Surgical Training Lab at Wills Eye Hospital and Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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