We're pleased to share that our residency program has been ranked second in the nation by Ophthalmology Times, up two spots from our fourth place position in 2019. The program, led by Alice Lorch, was recognized for its supportive, caring teaching culture, and offering residents a breadth of clinical and surgical pathology.
In the same survey, the department was ranked second in research and third overall, up one spot from the previous year in both categories
"We are constantly striving for excellence across our mission areas in clinical care, research, and education. We strive to be an institution where the future of ophthalmology is made," said Department Chair Joan W. Miller, MD. "The strength of our department is founded in our large and growing faculty, all of whom have diverse skills and interests."