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The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute was founded in 1925, as the nation's first university eye clinic. Internationally recognized faculty, outstanding clinical and research facilities, the resources of two major teaching hospitals, a large and varied patient population, and a superb group of students make Wilmer one of the premier ophthalmology training programs in the country. 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.
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The advanced training programs at Wilmer facilitate the career of clinician—scientists for the vision research community through multidisciplinary training programs.
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We train the most highly-skilled and knowledgeable ophthalmic technicians who provide care for patients with a wide range of eye conditions.
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Fall 2019 Ophthalmological Educational Series Part 1
- Dry Eye Disease: Latest Treatments and Innovations by Dr. Tiffany S. Liu, M.D.
- Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS): Is This a Good Option for my Glaucoma Patient? by Dr. Jithin Yohannan, M.D., M.P.H.
Wilmer's 23rd Annual Technician Course
This course will take place on Sat., Oct., 26, 2019, from 7:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. In the Owens Auditorium of the Cancer Research Building at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Presentations and discussions are led by expert Wilmer faculty and guests from visiting institutions. Six (6) JCAHPO Group A credits are usually offered. For further information contact OphTech-Float at OphTech-Float@jhmi.edu.
Fall 2019 Ophthalmological Educational Series Part 2
- Sensory Physiology and Monofixation Syndrome by Dr. Edward Kuwera, M.D.
- Artificial Intelligence Application in Ophthalmology by Dr. T.Y. Alvin Liu, M.D.
"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 Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute and Medical Director, Wilmer Eye Institute - Odenton