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The Stanford Ophthalmology 2020 Annual Report, "Vision Matters: Connecting the World" highlights the department's recent news and accomplishments. 

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News Stories

  • Dr. Tawna Roberts selected as co-vice chair for pediatric vision research group

    The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University is proud to congratulate Tawna Roberts, OD, PhD, assistant professor of ophthalmology (pediatric), for being selected as a co-vice chair for the Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG).

  • Dr. Shue recipient of American Glaucoma Society research award

    Ann Shue, MD, clinical assistant professor, received the Mentoring for Advancement of Physician-Scientists (MAPS) award from the American Glaucoma Society (AGS).

  • Two ophthalmology residents receive NANOS award nominations

    The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford congratulates residents Connie Sears, MD, and Natacha Villegas, MD, for being nominated for “best abstract by a resident” at the 47th annual North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society (NANOS) Meeting.

  • Dr. Geoff Tabin selected for New York Times 2020 Holiday Impact Prize

    The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University is proud to congratulate Geoff Tabin, MD, Fairweather Foundation professor of ophthalmology, and co-founder of the Himalayan Cataract Project, which has been selected as a winner of New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s 2020 Holiday Impact Prize, supported by Focusing Philanthropy.

  • Dr. Jeffrey Goldberg elected to National Academy of Medicine

    Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD, Blumenkranz Smead professor and chair of ophthalmology, and director of the Mary M. and Sash A. Spencer Center for Vision Research at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University School of Medicine, has been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Medicine (NAM).

  • Stanford Vision 2020

    2020 is a special year for Stanford Ophthalmology reflecting our goal of 20/20 vision for all. We invite you to learn how Stanford is accelerating science to achieve a future without blindness.


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