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  • 3d comes to UofL Ophthamology

  • Preclinical research shows promise in eliminating cataract surgery after vitrectomy… More

  • Dr. Rahul Bhola & Chris Thompson —The eight signs your child may need glasses on WDRB TV.

  • Dr. Maureen McCall to deliver talk at FSU as ACC Distinguished Lecturer – click to read more.

  • RPB Award – Douglas Dean, PhD

  • Dr. Kaplan presents at the 25th Iranian Congress of Ophthalmology – click here to see presentations presented

  • Thank You Poriferous – for your generous donation to the Orbital Anatomy Course!

  • Interested in a New Read?  Check out Dr. Scott’s new iBooks…..

  • Pediatric Glaucoma Research – as seen on Great Day Live – view now

  • Dr. Ramasubramanian receives Knight Templar Presentation – Click here

  • Squinting Just Won’t Do – Protecting Your Eyes – WHAS 11 – Patrick Scott, OD

  • A special thanks to WHAS Crusade for Children for awarding The Department of Ophthalmology – Pediatric Department a grant to assist in improving the lives of children with special needs – click here

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    Country's Preeminent
    Academic Eye Centers

    One of the Country’s Preeminent Academic Eye Centers

    For decades, University of Louisville Ophthalmology has been at the forefront of research, clinical care, and the education of the next generation of leaders in the field. We are one of the only multi-specialty ophthalmologic care centers in the region offering enrollment in clinical trials and the latest treatment options for diseases and conditions including age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, strabismus, low vision, dry eye syndrome and many others. Our LASIK and refractive surgery programs include certification of our residents using the femtosecond laser (Catalyst) is one of the most comprehensive in the region.

  • A shared Mission of
    Excellence

    A Shared Mission of Excellence

    With a continued commitment to innovation and the invaluable assistance of the Lions of Kentucky, we are poised for exciting breakthroughs to match those we’ve already made. From the development of a leading glaucoma medication that preserved the vision of millions for over 20 years, to our current groundbreaking research in stem cell treatment for retinitis pigmentosa, the University of Louisville continues to have a true impact on the field of ophthalmology.

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