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Educational Opportunities Dr. Peter McDonnell leads a grand rounds session.


The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute was founded in 1925 as the nation's first university eye clinic. More than 100 Wilmer-trained ophthalmologists have gone on to become department chairs across the country and around the world.

Whether they become clinician-educators, research scientists, business leaders in ophthalmology, or private practitioners, Wilmer provides a pathway for top minds in the field to succeed, thereby advancing the study, practice and teaching of ophthalmology.

  • Clinical Training

    Producing worldwide leaders in the field of ophthalmology through residency, fellowship and tech training.

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  • Research Training

    facilitating the career of clinician—scientists through multidisciplinary training programs.

    Mira Sachdeva teaches in the research lab
  • Continuing Medical Education

    Access the calendar for the Office of the Johns Hopkins Continuing Medical Education.

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  • Ophthalmic Technician Training

    Training the most highly-skilled ophthalmic technicians caring for patients with a wide range of eye conditions.

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  • Grand Rounds

    See the upcoming scheduled Grand Rounds sessions held by the Wilmer Eye Institute

    Grand rounds session held by Peter McDonnell
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Divya Srikumaran

Wilmer has a long tradition of training leaders in ophthalmology and we are fortunate to mentor and work with the best and brightest young minds in our field.

-Divya Srikumaran, M.D., Vice Chair of Education at the Wilmer Eye Institute

 
 
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