Webinars and Podcasts

Ophthalmology Careers Podcast Series

Research Opportunties in Ophthalmology
Join Alice Lorch, MD, MPH, Director of the Harvard Ophthalmology Residency Training Program, and Eric Gaier, MD, PhD, a clinician scientist and faculty member, for a conversation about the research opportunities available to Harvard Ophthalmology residents.

A Day in the Life of an Ophthalmologist: The Residency Training Program
Learn more about the Harvard Ophthalmology Resident Training Program from Chief Resident Marisa Tieger, MD, resident Margot Weinert, MD, and faculty member Grayson Armstrong, MD, MPH.

A Day in the Life of an Ophthalmologist: What is it Like to Be an Ophthalmologist?
Faculty members Grayson Armstrong, MD, MPH and David Sola-Del Valle, MD, discuss the many subspecialties availabile in ophthalmology and the differences between working in a private practice and an academic institution. 

A Day in the Life of an Ophthalmologist: What is day-to-day life like at Mass Eye and Ear?
Learn about the daily routines and roles of faculty member David Sola-Del Valle, MD, Chief Resident Marisa Tieger, MD, and resident Margot Weinert, MD.

A Day in the Life of an Ophthalmologist: Why Ophthalmology?
Resident Margot Weinert, MD, and faculty members Joseph Rizzo, MD, and David Sola-Del Valle, MD, share how they became interested in ophthalmology and the types of people that are best suited for an ophthalmology career.

A Day in the Life of an Ophthalmologist: Finding a Work-Life Balance
Hear from faculty member Joseph Rizzo, MD, and chief resident Marisa Tieger, MD, about finding a work-life balance when growing your career and supporting residents who have started families during training.

Watch Past Webinars

2020 Annual and Alumni Meeting
On June 13, Harvard Ophthalmology hosted a reimagined Annual and Alumni Virtual Meeting with nearly 300 faculty and alumni attendees. With a central theme of Innovation and Adaptation During COVID-19 and Beyond, the event focused on the department's creative response to the pandemic and how our mission will be met going forward. 

As part of the event, Harvard Ophthalmology Residency Program Director Alice Lorch, MD, MPH, highlighted the innovative and collaborative initiatives the department has led in ophthalmology education, including virtual surgical training curriculum that has been shared with academic programs across the nation.  View recordings of the talks