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July 23, 2018, UCHealth Today
Several complex surgeries and low vision rehabilitation help father of two regain vision after shotgun pellet injuries.
June 26, 2018, CU Anschutz Today
Leadership commitment names UCHealth Eye Center program at Anschutz Medical Campus.
March 12, 2018, Cision Newswire
CUSOM Ophthalmic Global Outreach Program receives medical mission travel support to provide glaucoma training in the Dominican Republic.
November 6, 2017, CU Anschutz Today
Vietnam veteran, J.D. Hill, was losing sight in his left eye. His Army doctors in Colorado Springs were stumped and sent him to Prem Subramanian, MD, PhD, a fellow veteran, who saved Hill’s sight.
August 30, 2017, CU Anschutz News
Valeria Canto-Soler, PhD, joins Ophthalmology and Gates Center for Regenerative Medicineas the Doni Solich Family Endowed Chair in Ocular Stem Cell Research to develop cell-based treatments.
August 15, 2017, KDVR Fox31 Denver
Even brief periods of looking at the sun can cause retinal burns.
July 12, 2017, UCHealth Today
Maria Nagel, MD, is one of the top clinical reserachers of the varicella-zoster virus that causes chicken pox, shingles and other diseases.
July 15, 2017, Ophthalmology Times
New devices to treat Glaucoma with minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) are in the making.
June 28, 2017, Journal-Advocate Sterling, CO
Drs. Elliff and Buchanan honored with Distinguished Achievement Award for a combined 50 years of providing care in northeastern Colorado, where access to health care has been limited.
June 15, 2017, FierceBiotech
New treatments for sight-threatening diseases, invented by Ocugen co-founder Uday Kompella, are closer to clinical trials.
December 29, 2016, KDVR Fox31 Denver
Richard Davidson, MD discusses the limits of currently-available online eye exams.
October 2016, UCHealth News
Raymond Graber, 88, got his first glimpse of the outside world in more than half a century, thanks to surgery and a still-emerging technology. Read another article about Mr. Graber here.
July 11, 2016, CU Anschutz Today
50 high school girls from around Aurora and Denver participate in “Exploring Careers in Health Care” program.
February 2016, CSEPS News
Dr. Leonard Seibold, MD, addresses the Colorado House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee to support HB16-1095. The "early eye drop refill" bill was signed into law in March 2016.
January 2016, UCHealth News
Robert Enzenauer, MD, is chief of Pediatric Ophthalmology at Children’s Hospital Colorado, and plans to stay put. But Enzenauer is retiring as a brigadier general, bringing to an end a 40-year military career.
December 2015, UCHealth News
Only two centers in the Western United States have implanted the device, which uses a small camera and microchip to stimulate the patient’s optic nerve. Watch a related video here.
December 2015, University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office
Two CU inventors recently had their work recognized by The Ophthalmologist, landing the #7 and #1 spots.
September 2015, UCHealth Insider (PDF)
A display case just off the main entrance to the recently expanded and remodeled Eye Center contains a wide variety of ophthalmology-related instruments collected across the years.
September 2015, Clinically Speaking
How a new space is improving patient outcomes at the UCHealth Eye Center.
May 2015, UCHealth News
After an extensive expansion and remodeling project, the UCHealth Eye Center has reopened and is now one of the largest eye centers in the nation.
February 2015, CU Anschutz Today
A CSU Chemistry PhD student, and single father, suffered a severe injury which was repaired by Drs. Mandava and Siringo.
A research group led by Malik Kahook, MD, has developed a device to enhance the surgeon’s ability to complete a perfectly round and centered opening during cataract surgery.
July 2014, KDVR Fox31 Denver
Researchers say the same kind of plaque that clogs the brain, causing Alzheimer’s, can also be spotted in the back of the eye. Dr. Victoria Pelak, neuro-ophthalmologist, comments.
March 2014, Aurora Sentinel
At an eye clinic in the Philippines, as many as 80 patients could get some relief from their glaucoma because of a groundbreaking device.
November 2013, CU Anschutz Today
A research group led by Jeffrey Olson, MD, has developed an implantable device to improve advanced surgical glaucoma treatments.
June 2013, University of Colorado Foundation News
Education and innovation are at the heart of the expansion as the team of eye experts hopes to connect with patients like never before.
June 2013, Denver Business Journal
For one of the foremost examples of entrepreneurship and tech transfer in the Denver area, look to the University of Colorado School of Medicine’s Department of Ophthalmology.
May 2013, CU Anschutz Today
Jeffrey Bennett, MD, PhD, professor of neuro-ophthalmology, developed a new treatment for neuromyelitis optica, a rare autoimmune disease that causes inflammation and demyelination of nerve cells.
May 2013, KDVR FOX 31 Denver
Leonard Seibold, MD, assistant professor of ophthalmology, discusses common vision issues.
May 2013, Denver Business Journal
Craig Slater and his wife Colleen have donated $1.5 million to the University of Colorado School of Medicine to create the Slater Family Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology, to be held by Malik Kahook, MD.
May 2013, Top Class Actions
A New York actress traveled to Colorado where she experienced a rare, but serious reaction to a medication. Darren Gregory, MD successfully treated blisters on her eyes, preventing blindness.
April 2013, KDVR FOX 31 Denver
Emily McCourt, MD, assistant professor of pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus, discusses vision therapies for children.
April 2013, Denver Business Journal
Rancher and philanthropist Sue Anschutz-Rodgers has donated $2 million toward creating an endowed chair in retinal diseases which will be held by Naresh Mandava, MD.
2013, Davis Partnership Architects
The original 47,000 sqft building was designed by Davis Partnership Architects around 2001. This addition adds another 85,000 square feet with another 10,000 square feet of remodeled space.
August 2012, Wyoming News
Elly has been diagnosed with familial exudative vitreoretinopathy, or FEVR for short. Dr. Scott Oliver diagnosed her at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
March 20, 2012, CU Denver Today
ACPE’s Board of Directors honored Enzenauer as a Fellow for demonstrating significant and enduring contributions to the advancement of medical management.
December 2011, UCH Insider (PDF)
It’s the first new technique for removing cataracts in roughly three decades. Physicians at the UCHealth Eye Center became the first in the metro
area to start using it.
August 2011, CU Anschutz Today
Malik Kahook, MD, showed visitors how unique polymers can be inserted into tiny incisions in the eye and then, after being exposed to the ocular environment, be used to deliver drugs to treat glaucoma.
November 2010, CU Anschutz Today
A study shows that unsupervised children are most at risk for bites, that the culprits are usually family pets and if they bite once, they will bite again with the second attack often more devastating than the first.
August 2010, CU Anschutz Today
In his quest to save eyesight in patients with ocular cancer, Scott Oliver, MD, discovered that silicone oil could block radiation from striking critical structures while allowing it to hit the tumor.
March 2010, EyeWorld News
Darren Gregory, MD, sees success using amniotic membrane to treat ocular problems in Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.
January 2010, A Sweet Life - The Diabetes Magazine
J. Mark Petrash, PhD, is Professor and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and is a leader in the field of aldose reductase research.
Fall 2009, Glaucoma Today
Kara Hanson, OD, FAAO, Director of Low Vision Rehabilitation, discusses the ins and outs of low vision rehabilitation.
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