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Program Faculty

Drs. Thomas Johnson and Harry Quigley accept the Epstein AwardDrs. Harry Quigley (left center) and Thomas Johnson (right center) accept the Dr. David L. Epstein Award at the ARVO annual meeting.

The Wilmer Eye Institute's ophthalmology residency program provides trainees with access to some of the most innovative and accomplished ophthalmologists in the world.

Wilmer faculty members are committed to the continued development of research related to medical education and learner development.

Recent Publications on Medical Education

The faculty of the Wilmer Eye Institute's residency program is fully committed to the development of our trainees - current and future. This extends to the continued research our experts participate in, which enables us to stay at the forefront of ophthalmology education programs in the world.

See the latest publications from our experts on medical education and development.

 
 

Meet the Residency Faculty

 
 

Wilmer Division Chiefs

 

Program Administrator

Cathy Taylor

Residency Program Coordinator

Cathy Taylor
 

Division Education Champions

Each division at Wilmer has dedicated a faculty member to resident education in their subspeciality. This faculty member directs the educational experiences of the residents on that rotation as well as the didactic sessions and relevant surgical practice labs.

Microsurgical Training
Shameema Sikder, M.D.

Neuro-ophthalmology
Amanda Henderson, M.D.

Ophthalmic Optics
David Guyton, M.D.
Edward Kuwera, M.D.

Oculoplastics
Nick Mahoney, M.D.

Pediatric Oph. & Adult Strabismus
Courtney Kraus, M.D.

Refrative Surgery
Kraig Scot Bower, M.D.

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