The Royal Society bills its story as the story of modern science, and what I like about that framing is the honest connection it makes among generations of thinkers.
Many of us recently came together for several days of study and conversation as part of the 10th Anniversary conference of the Stephen J. Ryan Initiative for Macular Research.
Artificial intelligence enabled robotic assistance in surgery has the potential to revolutionize ophthalmologic care in the future.
The latest research demonstrates the negative effects of excessive screen time on our eye health.
As our population ages here in the US, support for vision care research must grow so our patients can benefit from accelerated research, earlier diagnosis, and effective interventions and therapies.
The real and exciting advances that AI offers in medicine matter because they mean we can more quickly diagnose, and precisely treat, our patients.