Stanford Ophthalmology is proud to host advanced training and career development at all levels.
Residency training and clinical fellowships in Retina, Uveitis, Glaucoma, Cornea, Oculoplastics, Pediatrics and Neuro-Ophthalmology are among the best to develop clinical and surgical skills and academic careers.
Special fellowships in international health and ophthalmic innovation offer exciting opportunities uniquely found at Stanford to accelerate professional growth.
Research fellowships train the next generation of vision scientists in a broad area of basic, translational and clinical programs to advance the field and foster new opportunities.
Residents & Fellows
Front Row (left to right): Suzann Pershing (Residency Program Director), Cassie Ludwig, Luo Luo Zheng, Natacha Villegas, Julie Cho, Ramsudha Narala, and Jeffrey Goldberg (professor and chair of ophthalmology at Stanford)
Second Row (left to right): Bryce Chiang, Lakshmi Leishangthem, Malini Veerappan, Angeline Nguyen, and Huy Nguyen
Back Row (left to right): Jose Davila, Gurdeep Jhaj, Ahmad Al-Moujahed, Jong Park, Luciano Custo Greig, and Giancarlo Garcia
Not Pictured: Natalia Callaway, Arthika Chandramohan, Dolly S. Chang, Emily Charlson, John Hinkle, Angelica Ortiz, Nadim Rayess, Connie Sears, Gabriel Valerio, and Aaron Webel.
Class of 2023
Left to right: Lucie Guo, Alejandro Arboleda, Michael Yu, Muhammad Hassan, and Tracy Lu
Stanford's Ophthalmology Residency is a three-year program designed to provide intensive clinical and surgical training in an academic environment which encourages close interaction between residents and faculty. Four residents are accepted each year.
The Department of Ophthalmology provides post-graduate clinical training in the following subspecialties:
We offer a one-year Ophthalmic Innovation Fellowship as well as many opportunities for clinical and basic/translational research fellowships throughout the department.
BAY AREA OPHTHALMOLOGY COURSE
The Bay Area Ophthalmology Course (formerly the Basic Science Course in Ophthalmology) has been offered to the vision community since 1970, presented by faculty from the four area teaching programs and recognized experts from other institutions.