UNC Eye Clinical Researcher Steven Gray, PhD Featured in CBS News Report on a New Gene Therapy Approach to Treat Rare Diseases
On October 16, 2015, CBS Evening News aired a story on Lori Sames' search for a cure for her daughter, Hannah, who suffers from Giant Axonal Neuropathy disease (GAN), a rare disease which causes nerves to die and muscles to stop working. Lori and her husband, Matt, founded Hannah's Hope to raise money to fund the research to find a cure.
UNC Eye Cataract specialist delivers two lectures at Visiting Professor Rounds in New York City.
Alumni support continues to help fund key step in surgical education of second year UNC Eye residents.
UNC Eye is now offering a new custom-tailored solution for effective and predictable cataract removal.
Former UNC Eye Resident (Class of 2014) returns to Chapel Hill to join Glaucoma subspecialty team at UNC Kittner Eye Center.
UNC Eye recognized the accomplishments of graduating residents Robert van der Vaart, MD (Chief Resident), Bradley King, MD, and David (Drew) Hunter, MD.
Four new residents to join UNC Eye in July 2015.
UNC Eye Chair recognized with Dr. Henry A. Sutro Family Grant for Research.
Residents' & Fellows' Research Day, featuring the S. Dace McPherson, Jr. Memorial Lecture and David E. Eifrig Distinguished Alumnus Lecture will be held June 20, 2015.
For her Public Health Leadership in using telemedicine to improve diabetic retinopathy evaluation across North Carolina, UNC Eye project director is one of 26 graduate students to receive 2015 UNC Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award.