Global Ophthalmology Emory

Global Ophthalmology

  • Global Ophthalmology Emory (GO-E)

    As our researchers, scholars and scientists continue to expand knowledge across the disciplines, opportunities arise for building programs that bridge interdisciplinary boundaries.

    The mission of Global Ophthalmology Emory is to prevent vision loss in all persons, both in Georgia and around the world, through clinical service, research and education.  

    In alignment with Emory's Global Health Institute, our mission involves more than clinical eye care. Stretching across the vast field of ophthalmology-related service, research and teaching, our vision is to generate operative and sustainable systems that can be implemented near and far, from Atlanta's underserved communities—where "the world" starts close to home—to countries worldwide.

  • News

    November 6, 2017 | New York Times and BBC Radio highlight Emory Eye Center physicians’ work with Ebola virus disease survivors. The West African Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak from 2013-2016 was unprecedented in its magnitude, with more than 28,600 cases and 11,300 deaths reported. For the estimated 17,000 Ebola survivors within the West Africa region, eye disease that can lead to blindness continues to be a major concern.

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    Global Ophthalmology Fellowship flyer (pdf)

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