About the Program
Lejla Vajzovic, MD
Associate Professor of
VR Surgery Fellowship
Program Director, CME
The mission of the two year Duke Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship program is to foster and support your professional development into a highly skilled, cutting-edge vitreoretinal surgeon with an insatiable intellectual curiosity in a collaborative, collegial, and supportive tertiary care environment with high quality and experienced mentoring.
For more than 40 years the Duke Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship has trained over 90 vitreoretinal surgeons who have a strong presence in academic retina. Former Duke fellows have become department chairs, endowed professors, innovators, and leaders in clinical care and research around the world. The breadth and depth of mentorship, clinical and research experience available in the Duke Vitreoretinal Fellowship is unparalleled and provides the experience, tools, and confidence to succeed.
The Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship Program is registered with the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology (AUPO) fellowship compliance program and meets guidelines set forth by the AUPO fellowship compliance committee.