UNC Eye Class of 2018 Participate in 13th Annual Harvard Medical School Cataract Course

The support of alumni and friends makes the course possible for talented second year residents

UNC Eye Class of 2018 Participate in 13th Annual Harvard Medical School Cataract Course click to enlarge Residents participate in the hands-on learning experience at the 2017 Harvard Medical School’s 13th Annual Intensive Cataract Surgical Training Course.

For the thirteenth consecutive year, UNC second-year residents accompanied UNC Eye faculty member and Sterling A. Barrett Distinguished Professor of Ophthalmology Kenneth L. Cohen, MD, to Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary/Harvard Medical School 13th Annual Intensive Cataract Surgical Training Course in Boston May 20-21, 2017, where Cohen served as a member of the faculty.

A member of the faculty since the course’s inception, Cohen lectured on the “Mature White Cataract.” His lecture was enjoyed by the 130 class participants selected from across the United States. Accompanying him to attend the course were UNC Eye second-year residents Michelle Go, Kyle Huynh, Evan Levy and Jessica Olayanju.

Special thanks to the alumni and friends who contributed to make travel and participation in the course possible:

 

William S. Atkins, M.D.

Michael Compton, M.D.

Dean Ellis, M.D.

J. Jeff Johnson, M.D.

Melisa B. Lyles, M.D. and Graham W. Lyles, M.D. 

Kenneth Casey Mathys, M.D.

Isaac W. Porter, M.D.

Anthony D. Realini, M.D.

Shashi K. Sethi, M.D.

Robert A. van der Vaart, M.D.

Jeff White, M.D.

Jonathan T. Zoghby, M.D.