"Visual Outcome, Microbiological Profile and Antibiotic Sensitivity of Infectious Keratitis in a Tertiary Referral Center"Kristina Stanfield, MDBo Huang, MD, PhD, preceptor
"Prevalence of Deer Consumption Habits in Patients with Toxoplasmosis Chorioretinitis"Kevin Mays, MDAlbert Lin, MD, preceptor
"Understanding the Clinical Variability of Ocular Zika Infection Using a Disease Model"Sean Carter, MDFederico Gonzalez-Fernandez, MD, PhD, preceptor
"Hydrus Stent vs Xen Gel: Outcomes"Taylor Coleman, MDJay Craddock, MD, preceptorTroy Newman, MD, preceptor
"Short Term Outcomes of a Novel Sutured-in Intraocular Lens Technique Using an Envista Intraocular Lens"Erin Petersen, MDAlbert Lin, MD, preceptor
"Finding Fungus: Exploring the Utility of Ophthalmology Consults for Fungemia at UMMC"Clayton Patrick, MDAlbert Lin, MD, preceptor
"Fracture and Dislocation of Sceral-Sutured Posterior Chamber Intraocular Lens and Assessment of Lens Tensile Strength and Fracture Characteristics"John Lippincott, MDBrian Tieu, MD, PhD, preceptor
"An Analysis of Adult Emergency Medicine Residents in Diagnosing and Triaging Ophthalmic Emergencies"Blake Matherne, MDWilliam Watkins, MD, preceptor
Professor Samuel B. Johnson Memorial Lecture:"Gene Therapy for Ocular Diseases"Hossein Ameri, MD, PhDAssistant Professor and Director of the University of Southern California Retinal Degeneration Center; University of Southern California Roski Eye Institute, Department of Ophthalmology, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
"Efficacy of 0.1% Aqueous Chlorhexidine Versus 5% Betadine to Sterilize the Ocular Surface of an Ex Vivo Model"Sneh Dhannawat, MDBrian Tieu, MD, PhD, preceptor
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