The annual Power List is an international celebration and recognition of the most influential people in ophthalmology, defining its thought leaders and inspirational talents. In 2017, The Ophthalmologist wanted to honor ophthalmology by shining a light on those clinicians in the early stages of their careers who look like they’re going to shape the field of eyecare in the next decade or more. In essence, we wanted to know: who are ophthalmology’s “rising stars?” An impressive contemporary accolade, Lejla and Anthony are members of The Power List 2017. Voted for by their peers, being ranked in The Power List is a true acknowledgment of their achievements and prowess in the field of ophthalmology. The Power List is the cover feature of the April issue of The Ophthalmologist – which is available both in print and online versions.
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The Ophthalmologist integrates topical news coverage, with practical, pragmatic articles that are meaningful to a practicing ophthalmologist’s daily working life. The magazine publishes feature articles that tell the stories behind the biggest concepts, issues and advances in the field, including the latest in the clinical research, professional, practice and pharmaceutical areas as well as highlights from where clinical practice will be in the next decade, with interviews and articles from the ophthalmologists leading this bleeding-edge research. www.theophthalmologist.com<http://www.theophthalmologist.com>
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