News & Media
The Stanford Ophthalmology 2022 Vision Matters Annual Report, "Translating Research: From Bench to Clinic to Worldwide Impact" highlights the department's recent news and accomplishments.
Dr. Kuldev Singh makes Power List in 2023
KULDEV SINGH, MD, MPH, Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of the Glaucoma Service at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University, has made The Ophthalmology Power List for the fourth time.
Dr. Mary Elizabeth Hartnett on Women's Eye Health
April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month, named to raise awareness of the vision loss disparity between genders. Dr. Hartnett sat down to share her expertise on women's eye health.
How Vision Loss Helped Me See the World in a New Light
In my dreams I was always healthy. In my dreams I could still see, I could drive at night, I could devour books with impunity, and I could pursue goals without constraint.
Why Giving Matters: Gaining Insight Into Vision Loss
As virtually anyone who has suffered vision loss can attest, the condition can be life-altering and frightening, potentially affecting one’s mobility, independence, security, and quality of life.
New drug gives patient his sight back
When Gang Pan first came to Stanford Medicine, he could no longer work or drive and was uncomfortable even venturing out in public because an autoimmune condition had severely restricted his vision and the movement of his eyes.
YOU'RE INVITED: 2022 Optic Disc Drusen Hybrid Conference
The 2022 Optic Disc Drusen Hybrid Conference will take place May 31, 2022 at Stanford and on Zoom.