Ophthalmology

"In the News" Archive

2015

Stanford professor leads China Digital Health Boot Camp - Robert Chang, MD, Stanford assistant professor of ophthalmology leads course in Peking. More...

A real tear-jerker: Team creates device to alleviate dry eye - Mark Blumenkranz, M.D., professor and chair of ophthalmology comments. More...

2014

Stanford doctors look to stave off vision loss - Ted Leng, MD, and Daniel Rubin, MD, discuss their study. More...

iPhone attachment allows doctors to view the front and back of an eye - David Myung, MD, PhD, ophthalmology resident is quoted. More...

Smartphones become "eye phones" with low cost devices developed by ophthalmologists - Robert Chang, MD, assistant professor of ophthalmology comments. More...

2013

Doctors aim to give nearsighted kids a 20/20 future - Dr. Edward Manche, director of cornea and refractive surgery at Stanford comments. More...

Solar-Powered Bionic Eye Developed by Stanford Scientists (Video) - Stanford researchers developed a solar-powered retinal implant. More...

To maintain good eyesight, make healthy vision a priority - an article by retina specialist Theodore Leng, MD, clinical assistant professor of ophthalmology. More...

The Quest to Create a Bionic Eye Gets Clearer - The work of Daniel Palanker, M.D., associate professor of ophthalmology, is referenced. More...

2012

Where Eyecare is a Luxury, Technology Offers Access - Kuldev Singh, MD, MPH, Stanford professor of ophthalmology, provides comment. More...

2010

Study Reports More Precise Way to Remove Cataracts
Daniel Palanker, MD, Stanford associate professor of ophthalmology, is quoted in this article. More...

Screens and Eyestrain
Michael Marmor, MD, Stanford professor of ophthalmology, is mentioned in this article. . ...... More...

2009

Stanford researchers develop the next generation of retinal implants
Daniel Palanker, PhD, Stanford Associate Professor (Research) of ophthalmology, is a member of the team. ...... More...

2008

A Less-Invasive Glaucoma Procedure
Kuldev Singh, MD., MPH, Stanford professor of ophthalmology, is quoted on the minimally invasive surgery called canaloplasty...... More...

New treatments for traumatic eye injuries
Glenn Cockerham, MD, clinical associate professor of ophthalmology, is studying visual dysfunction related to traumatic brain injury..... More...

All eyes fixed on antioxidants
Michael Marmor, MD, professor of ophthalmology, on new studies on diet-eye health relationship.... More...

Vision of the future seen in bionic contact lens
Daniel Palanker, PhD, associate professor (Research) of ophthalmology, comments on new prototype.... More...

2007

Telemedicine Used As Alternative To Bedside Exam
Darius Moshfeghi, MD, assistant professor of ophthalmology and LPCH pediatric retina specialist speaks... More...

How to prevent blindness and graduate from med school at the same time
Jennifer Staple, 25, on Unite for Sight, and more... More...

Eye disease gave great painters a different vision of their work
Michael Marmor, MD., professor of ophthalmology at Stanford, reports on his study. More...

Glaucoma may not progress in certain people
Amish Doshi, MD, ophthalmology resident at Stanford, reports on a new study. More...

"...with Jennifer, anything is possible." - Kuldev Singh, MD, MPH, professor of ophthalmology on medical student Jennifer Staple's nonprofit, Unite for Sight. More...

Christopher Ta, MD, has been promoted to associate professor of Ophthalmology, as of January 1, 2007. More...

"The Imaginary Invalid"
Michael Marmor, MD, professor of ophthalmology, spearheaded a program that encourages future doctors to develop societal-as well as scientific-skills . More...

Secretariat Award
Kuldev Singh, MD, MPH , professor of ophthalmology, is the recipient of the 2006 American Academy of Ophthalmology Secretariat Award. More..

 

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