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A quest to cure the world’s blind

...did Tabin end up in Nepal? His journey to global ophthalmology was hardly a straight path. After graduating from college, he received a scholarship to study at Oxford University as...

...did Tabin end up in Nepal? His journey to global ophthalmology was hardly a straight path. After graduating from college, he received a scholarship to study at Oxford University as...

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...selecting candidates to interview... In general, the more competitive the residency discipline (e.g. orthopedic surgery, radiation oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, and otolaryngology,) the higher the Step 1 score needed to pass...

...selecting candidates to interview... In general, the more competitive the residency discipline (e.g. orthopedic surgery, radiation oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, and otolaryngology,) the higher the Step 1 score needed to pass...

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How can we better study frostbite? Why do so many patients skip their ophthalmology appointments? Does it make a difference where on the spine neural stem cells are injected when...

How can we better study frostbite? Why do so many patients skip their ophthalmology appointments? Does it make a difference where on the spine neural stem cells are injected when...

Watching brain cells fire, with a twist of gravitational waves

...his own, slightly unusual background. Although he is now is a professor of ophthalmology and spends a fair amount of time thinking about neurons, he was trained as an applied...

...his own, slightly unusual background. Although he is now is a professor of ophthalmology and spends a fair amount of time thinking about neurons, he was trained as an applied...

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OR or OB? A medical student considers specialties

...answer that with absolute confidence. I'll never see every specialty -- I have no rotations in ophthalmology, cardiothoracic surgery, or urology lined up -- and even with those that I...

...answer that with absolute confidence. I'll never see every specialty -- I have no rotations in ophthalmology, cardiothoracic surgery, or urology lined up -- and even with those that I...

...practicing general surgeons is expected to fall to 30,800 by 2020 from 39,100 in 2000. Ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery are each expected to need more than 6,000 additional physicians over...

...practicing general surgeons is expected to fall to 30,800 by 2020 from 39,100 in 2000. Ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery are each expected to need more than 6,000 additional physicians over...

...a great one to start with as a proof of concept, because it is so visually based. But we believe similar concepts can be spread to other specialties. In ophthalmology,...

...a great one to start with as a proof of concept, because it is so visually based. But we believe similar concepts can be spread to other specialties. In ophthalmology,...

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...and visits with specialists in cardiology, neurology, ophthalmology, pulmonology, otolaryngology, and immunology, no one has been able to figure out what that something is. At one of his last appointments...

...and visits with specialists in cardiology, neurology, ophthalmology, pulmonology, otolaryngology, and immunology, no one has been able to figure out what that something is. At one of his last appointments...

At Match Day, 70 doctors-to-be embark upon “a tremendously exciting period”

...About 47 percent were matching into general disciplines, such as family medicine and pediatrics, while the remaining 53 percent were matching into sub-specialties, such as neurology, plastic surgery and ophthalmology....

...About 47 percent were matching into general disciplines, such as family medicine and pediatrics, while the remaining 53 percent were matching into sub-specialties, such as neurology, plastic surgery and ophthalmology....

Thousands of queries, added funds fuel pushoff from successful Stanford vision-restoration study

...National Eye Institute has awarded Huberman, in conjunction with principal investigator Stanford ophthalmology chair and optic-nerve-regeneration researcher Jeff Goldberg, MD, PhD, and colleagues at Harvard and La Jolla, Calif.-based Scripps...

...National Eye Institute has awarded Huberman, in conjunction with principal investigator Stanford ophthalmology chair and optic-nerve-regeneration researcher Jeff Goldberg, MD, PhD, and colleagues at Harvard and La Jolla, Calif.-based Scripps...

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Successful replacement of eye cells hints at future glaucoma treatment

...which was co-led by Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD, professor and chair of ophthalmology at Stanford, is an effort to improve therapies for retinal and optic nerve diseases including glaucoma, which...

...which was co-led by Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD, professor and chair of ophthalmology at Stanford, is an effort to improve therapies for retinal and optic nerve diseases including glaucoma, which...

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New Stanford center will advance vision research

...suffers from macular degeneration, said she was inspired, in part, by Jeffrey Goldberg's work using nanoparticles to help restore eye function. Goldberg, MD, PhD, has led the Department of Ophthalmology...

...suffers from macular degeneration, said she was inspired, in part, by Jeffrey Goldberg's work using nanoparticles to help restore eye function. Goldberg, MD, PhD, has led the Department of Ophthalmology...

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The quest to restore sight at Stanford

...for people in lesser stages of disease, can be quite dramatic,” said Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD, professor and chair of ophthalmology at Stanford. “So anything we can do to stabilize,...

...for people in lesser stages of disease, can be quite dramatic,” said Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD, professor and chair of ophthalmology at Stanford. “So anything we can do to stabilize,...

Looking deep into the human eye, Stanford scientist uncovers secrets of retinal disease

...crossed eyes, when he was an infant. From my article: In the years since, Dubra, now an associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford, has become a leader in the field...

...crossed eyes, when he was an infant. From my article: In the years since, Dubra, now an associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford, has become a leader in the field...

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Molecular movie observes key biological process — in a trillionth of a second

Researchers have just made the first molecular movie of one of nature’s fastest and most important biological processes — observing how retinal changes shape when hit by light. Retinal is...

Researchers have just made the first molecular movie of one of nature’s fastest and most important biological processes — observing how retinal changes shape when hit by light. Retinal is...