Nine out of 22 Heed Fellowships for AY2020-21 were awarded to current and incoming Harvard Ophthalmology trainees. This postgraduate fellowship is one of the most prestigious honors for ophthalmology trainees who are pursuing academic careers in ophthalmic patient care, education, and research.... Read more about Trainees Receive Heed Fellowships
Cataract Master, the cataract surgical training tool created at Mass. Eye and Ear in 2012 by John I. Loewenstein, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Associate Clinical Chief of Ophthalmology at Mass. Eye and Ear, and former Harvard Ophthalmology faculty member Bonnie An Henderson, MD, is now available to all American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) members to use at no cost.... Read more about Cataract Master Tool Now Available to AAO Members
Thirty-two Harvard Ophthalmology/Mass. Eye and Ear clinical trainees graduated on Thursday, June 20th. The ceremony celebrated eight Harvard Ophthalmology residents, the AY 2018–2019 Chief Resident and one optometry resident, as well as 22 clinical fellows from Mass. Eye and Ear, Joslin Diabetes Center and Boston Children’s Hospital.... Read more about 2019 Trainee Graduation
On September 2018, a Harvard Ophthalmology delegation traveled to China to meet with PriMed, Peking University Medical Hospital, and the Center of International Cooperation & Communication of Peking University Health Science Center.... Read more about Academic Partnerships with China Continue
The Harvard Ophthalmology Ocular Regenerative Medicine Institute expanded its educational offerings last summer when Michael Young, PhD, developed a STEM program to provide internships and learning opportunities in regenerative ophthalmology to interested students at Revere High School. Through this program, faculty from Schepens Eye Research Institute of Massachusetts Eye and Ear give lectures on current research at Schepens and Mass. Eye and Ear, and...
The New England Ophthalmological Society (NEOS)—the second-oldest American medical specialty society in continuous existence—offers its 700+ members thoughtful and stimulating educational programs five times each year. The educational mission of NEOS resonates at every meeting, and members can receive up to 35 CME credits per year. For the 2017-2018 academic year, AM/PM sessions include: