Nakul Singh, MD, MS, Recognized with Gragoudas-Folkman Prize

January 4, 2021

Nakul Singh, MD, MS, a PGY-3 ophthalmology resident, received the 2020 Gragoudas-Folkman Award, which will provide up to $20,000 to help fund his research to “characterize the biomechanics of how ERMs and test the effect of netarsudil on inhibiting contraction.” He will complete the project under the guidance of his mentor Leo Kim, MD, PhD. 

Anthony Adamis, MD, an alumnus, and part-time member of the Harvard Ophthalmology faculty and Global Head of Ophthalmology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases at Genentech/Roche, established the award in 2016, using his portion of the proceeds from the 2014 António Champalimaud Vision Award. The gift is a tribute to the expert teaching and mentorship he received from Evangelos Gragoudas, MD, and the late Judah Folkman, MD,—two world-renowned pioneers in their fields.
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