Below is a list of the 2022-23 Distinguished Lectures in Vision Science Series. All lectures will take place via zoom at 5pm – 6pm on Thursday.Read More
The Future Looks Clear with Vuity Eye Drops, the Solution to Age-Related Blurry Near Vision (Presbyopia)
If you find yourself using “cheaters”, or over the counter reading glasses, to read a book, see your computer screen, smartphone or simply read directions, your eyes are likely losing their ability to see clearly close up due to aging. This frustrating condition, called presbyopia, is a blurry reality for many people over the age…Read More
Request For Proposals – Summer 2022 The Department of Ophthalmology of the University at Buffalo/The State University of New York (UB) is seeking to receive proposals from eligible trainees for research that has either immediate or potential application toward improving the understanding, diagnosis, or treatment of eye disease, particularly as may benefit citizens residing in Western New…Read More
Ross Eye Institute and Calspan Development & Construction Collaborate to Bring Cutting-Edge Eye Care Campus to Orchard Park, NY
Ross Eye Institute has partnered with Calspan Development & Construction to bring an unparalleled eye care practice to the town of Orchard Park. Constructing this new cutting-edge facility is an exciting advancement that will significantly benefit the Western New York Southern tier community. Through patient-focused care, innovation, and technology, this campus will provide a one-of-a-kind…Read More
Below is a list of the 2021-2022 Distinguished Lectures in Vision Science Series. Lectures in September- November 2021 will take place via zoom at 5 EST on Thursdays. September 23, 2021Paul Kaufman, MDErnst H. Bárány Professor of Ocular Pharmacology,Department Chair EmeritusDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual SciencesSchool of Medicine & Public HealthUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMadison, WIEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: https://www.ophth.wisc.edu/blog/people/paul-l-kaufman-md/PubMed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Kaufman+PLLecture Title: “Deconstructing aqueous…Read More
The below article was originally posted on medicine.buffalo.edu. Bryce Stone’s struggles with sight began when he was just a preschooler. Familiar with the signs of vision loss because of a blind family member, Susan and Daniel Stone wanted to get the best diagnosis, treatment and support possible for their young son. They found John M. (Jack) Sullivan, MD, PhD,…Read More
Our 2021 Distinguished Lecture Series kicks off on Feb 18 with a discussion on the Pathogenesis and Novel Therapies for Cataracts and Lens Disorders by one of the top Ophthalmology researchers in North America: J. Mark Petrash, PhD. Petrash is a Professor and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado…Read More
Below is a list of the 2021 Distinguished Lectures in Vision Science Series. All lectures will take place via zoom at 5pm – 6pm on Thursday. February 18, 2021J. Mark Petrash, PhDProfessor and Vice Chair for Research Department of OphthalmologyUniversity of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora COWeb: https://medschool.cuanschutz.edu/ophthalmology/research/laboratory-research/faculty/mark-petrashPubMed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Petrash+JMLecture Title: “Pathogenesis and Novel Therapies for Cataracts and Lens Disorders”Host: Jack…Read More
Your vision is of utmost importance to us. At the Ross Eye Institute, we understand the importance of continuing to meet your vision care needs. We take your health and COVID-19 precautions very seriously. Your health, and ours is of utmost importance. Your vision care is a critical component to maintaining long-term vision health and…Read More
Diabetes is a complex and invasive disease that can cause myriad health problems in nearly all of the body’s major systems. This includes a number of conditions that can impact the eyes and a person’s ability to see. One of the most devastating is diabetic retinopathy, which can ultimately lead to loss of vision and…Read More
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