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Scheie Vision Summer 2019: As this year's Honored Alumni Lecturer, Dr. Thorne returned to Philadelphia to celebrate the Department's Anniversary.
As Chairman of the Ophthalmology Department at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Dr. Brenner hopes to continue to strengthen the mentoring program for students interested in ophthalmology.
As a leading researcher, Dr. Douglas continues to consider how his work can have a broad impact on patient lives.
Dr. Rousta feels that pediatric ophthalmology grants her the opportunity to make a significant impact on children's futures by treating issues during the early stages.
Dr. Rubin, a Pediatric Ophthalmologist at the North Shore-LIJ Health System, also serves as a mentor for residents involved in Pediatric Ophthalmology or strabismus research.
As a successful educator, clinician, and surgeon, Dr. Trattler highly values teamwork and collaboration.
As a Professor and Chief of Ophthalmology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Dr. Gombos built the uveal melanoma program at MD Anderson and introduced new treatment technologies.
Dr. Budenz, Chairman of the UNC Chapel Hill Department of Ophthalmology, was awarded the 2014 Outstanding Humanitarian Service Award.
Specializing in cornea and external disease, Dr. Weisenthal has a combined private and academic practice at Central New York (CNY) Eye Care.
In 1983, Dr. Greenbaum began a private practice in Bala Cynwyd, providing comprehensive ophthalmology.
Dr. Prince, the senior managing partner at Tri-County Eye, remains on the attending staff and continues to mentor residents at the VA Medical Center.