David Ramsey was appointed the first Lee Family Chair in Innovation at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center. The position is endowed by a $1 million gift from the Lee family of Hong Kong and will allow Lahey to deploy resources to clinical research projects at the hospital.
Dr. Menke is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he attended the Carver College of Medicine for medical school.
Wills Eye Hospital Ophthalmologist-in-Chief, Julia A. Haller, MD Receives Physician of the Year Award by the Philadelphia Inquirer in its 'Influencers of Healthcare Awards.' The award is in celebration of the city's leading healthcare professionals who go above and beyond to improve the collective health of Philadelphia and strive to make a difference in their patients' lives. The honor was determined by a panel of experts.
Benjeil Z. Edghill, MD, has been appointed chair of the National Medical Association (NMA) Ophthalmology Section. The ophthalmology section of the NMA has been a leading force in eliminating disparities in minority healthcare and promoting optimal health through its focus on the collective interest of ophthalmologists and patients of color. Dr. Edghill will serve a …
Ophthalmologist Laurie Wilbanks, M.D. was recently appointed to the active medical staff at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. She will be joining Dr. Judy Englert at Southern Indiana Eye Associates, 200 St. Charles Street, in Jasper. Dr. Wilbanks received her bachelor of science degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette. She attended the University …
Dr. Lisa Bennett is a board-certified Ophthalmologist who graduated summa cum laude at the University of Minnesota and earned her medical degree with honors at Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Frank
As many faithful readers of the paper know, the Himalayan Cataract Project has an office in Waterbury, running an international nonprofit that has performed 893,452 surgeries, helping people suffering from
In the 2019-2020 U.S. News & World Report vote, America's Board-Certified Ophthalmologists choose Wills Eye Hospital for its outstanding reputation in treating the most difficult cases PHILADELPHIA , July ...
How often have we been warned, we are what we eat? Now, a book by Dr. Chris Knobbe, “Ancestral Dietary Strategy to Prevent and Treat Macular Degeneration”, is an eye-opener. Knobbe claims doctors have been taught for years that macular degeneration “MD” is due to aging and genetics but it’s an absolute untruth. Rather, he claims the leading cause of blindness in North America is due to the garbage we’re eating.