UCLA Health’s hospitals in Westwood and Santa Monica have been named to U.S. News and World Report’s 2015-2016 Best Hospitals Honor Roll. UCLA, which previously ranked No. 5 in the country, tied for No. 3 this year.
Our billboards are now up!
Doheny Eye Institute is please to announce that Dr. Deming Sun has received an award from the National Institute of Health/National Eye Institute
Gallery of Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center
Dr. Sadun will be speaking on “Update on Mitochondrial Neuropathy: From Lebers to Linezolid and What these Diseases Teach us about Basic Biology.”
Retina 2016 and the Administrator Program and Nurse & Allied Health Program of Hawaiian Eye kicked off Monday, joining the Comprehensive Ophthalmology Program which started Saturday.
Doheny Eye Institute has an international reputation as a premier research and clinical institution. This is truly a golden age for vision research at Doheny.
Gordon Crary, Jr, played an instrumental role in the growth of Doheny Eye Institute. He was deeply involved with Doheny for decades, going back to our formative years.
As NASA astronaut Scott Kelly returns to earth today after 340 days in space, and heads in for physical tests in Houston, ophthalmologists here on earth are eager to examine his eyes. “If you go up and stay a long time, many things start happening to the eye,” says Dr. Alex Huang.
Dr. Richard L Kasper passed away on March 29, 2016 at the age of 96. Dr. Kasper lived a long and fulfilled life dedicated to his Christian faith, his family, his medical profession and to his Armenian heritage.
Robert K. Maloney, MD, MA, will be giving the annual Ridley Lecture at the 29th International Congress of German Ophthalmic Surgeons in June, 2016.
Originally the Beckman Initiative for Macular Research, Dr. Ryan founded the program with the support of the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.
We’re pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Michael Ip. Dr. Ip, a retinal surgeon and researcher, will join the esteemed clinical care and clinical research teams at Doheny Eye Institute and the Doheny Image Reading Center (DIRC).
President-elect Donald Trump may just be intent on looking into the future. But it’s clear that he is often squinting. We asked Doheny Eye Institute Dr. John Irvine, a specialist in conditions of the cornea and external eye, to answer a couple of questions about issues for squinters.
Doheny Eye Institute, one of the world’s leading, nonprofit visionresearch organizations, announces the sale of its medical office building at 1450 San Pablo Street in Los Angeles to the University of Southern California. The property is encircled by USC’s health sciences campus.
Doheny Eye Institute’s Alex Huang, MD, PhD, is #1 on The Ophthalmologist magazine’s Power List 2017, a ranking of the most influential people in the field. This year’s rankings focused on the “rising stars” of ophthalmology. Young leaders in ophthalmology were nominated by colleagues, and an expert panel made the final selections to create the annual list.
The 2017 Young Investigator Award recipient, SriniVas R. Sadda, MD, is the President and Chief Scientific Officer of the Doheny Eye Institute, the Stephen J. Ryan – Arnold and Mabel Beckman Endowed Chair, and Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA), David Geffen School of Medicine.
Doheny Eye Institute is proud to announce that Vikas Chopra, MD has been awarded the Charles Stewart Warren and Hildegard Warren Endowed Research Chair.
Doheny Eye Institute is proud to announce that Deming Sun, MD has been awarded the Mary D. Allen Endowed Chair in Vision Research. This prestigious faculty position is supported by the generous gift made to the Institute by Mrs. Allen in 1990.
Doheny Eye Institute, a top-ranked nonprofit organization proudly affiliated with UCLA Stein Eye Institute and dedicated to furthering the conservation, improvement and restoration of human eyesight since 1947, is pleased to announce the purchase of its new headquarters in Pasadena.
In 2018, Samuel Asanad was one of three medical students across the U.S. to receive the Jules Stein Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) Eye Research Fellowship under the mentorship of Doheny neuro-ophthalmologist, Dr. Alfredo A. Sadun, at Doheny-UCLA, and director of neuroscience, Dr. Michael Harrington, at the Huntington Medical Research Institute (HMRI).
Doheny Eye Institute has announced that Charles T. (Tom) Foscue has been elected as Chairman of the DEI Board of Directors.
Doheny and UCLA Stein Eye Institutes Welcome Kaustabh Ghosh, PhD, to the Scientific and Clinical Research Faculty
Doheny and UCLA Stein Eye Institutes proudly welcome Kaustabh Ghosh, PhD, to the scientific faculty as Associate Professor in basic science at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine.