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    Honors celebrate research, future generation in retina


    Research Scholar Program

    Supported by unrestricted grants from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Carl Zeiss Meditec, these top five finalists will be featured in a supplement to Ophthalmology Retina, and each received the Crystal Award. All the presenters will have their research highlighted throughout the year in Ophthalmology Times and online at OphthalmologyTimes.com.

    The Research Scholar Honoree Program is dedicated to the education of retina fellows and residents by providing a unique opportunity for selected researchers to share their notable research and challenging cases with their peers and mentors.

    Dr. Wykoff noted the event was a success, and particularly liked the dynamic discussion portions. He added that next year the sponsors could consider augmenting the discussion sections even further.

    For those interested in submitting next year, Dr. Singh suggests researchers be passionate about their submission.

    “Take on research that you find appealing, and then working on it and speaking about it will become easy,” he said. “Mentors can be key in pointing you in the right direction.”


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