A new Duke Health patient education video featuring glaucoma specialist, Jullia Rosdahl, MD, PhD provides an overview of glaucoma and what patients can do to lower the risk for vision loss and blin
Plasma Rich Growth Factors (PRGF) blood-derived eye drops have been used for some time to treat severe ocular surface disease. New research now shows PRGF to be a safe, effective, and well-tolerat
HCPLive in collaboration with expert retina specialists including moderator Eleonora Lad, MD, PhD, associate professor of ophthalmology, launched an educational video series, "Emerging Treatment Op
The 55th Annual Retina Scientific meeting was November 2nd-5th, 2022 in Pasadena, CA. Several Duke Eye Center faculty members and trainees were present.
The biology of corneal nerves are complex because they respond to a large number of different stimuli and then this information must be sent to the brain with precision.
Duke Ophthalmic Imagers, Kathleen Warren and Christiaan Lopez-Miro receive top 10 honors in the Haag-Streit 2022 Slit Lamp Imaging Competitio
As Cynthia Toth, MD, prepares to "dive" inside the eye, she practices a relaxed mind.
Duke is the lead site and Lejla Vajzovic, MD is the lead PI for the Duke site.
Congratulations to Matias Soifer, MD, Duke Ocular Immunology research fellow alum for receiving best case presentation at The American Uveitis Society in Chicago held on October 2, 2022.