Congratulations to Duke vitreoretinal fellow Frank Brodie, MD, MBA on receiving the Ronald G. Michels Fellowship Foundation Award!
Brodie received his medical degree at The University of Pennsylvania and a concurrent MBA at The Wharton School. After Ophthalmology residency at UCSF, he completed a one-year Ophthalmic Innovation fellowship at Stanford. He is currently a Vitreoretinal fellow at Duke with a keen interest in translational research and innovation.
Ronald G. Michels Fellowship Foundation Awards are granted annually to outstanding second-year vitreoretinal fellows in training. To become eligible, candidates submit a formal application that includes thorough generic information and letters of reference. A panel of noted physicians, educators and scientists reviews and ranks the applications. These rankings are submitted to the foundation’s board of directors to determine the award recipients.