May 3, 2016
Emory Eye Center, which consistently ranks as one of the top ophthalmology centers in the U.S., has one of the most sought-after fellowship training programs for ophthalmology subspecialties. The two-year fellowship will include enrollment in public health courses at the prestigious Rollins School of Public Health, ranked #7 in U.S. News & World Report’s top public health programs.
The fellow will serve as an attending physician in ophthalmology at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. This inner-city hospital’s trauma center and large, diverse patient population offers doctors valued opportunity to treat common to rare eye diseases and disorders and their complications and to navigate the challenges of providing care to under-insured patient populations. Additionally, the GO-E Fellow will spend a year delivering clinical care with our partner institution, the University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and conducting novel research on barriers to access of quality vision care and sustainable solutions to overcoming these challenges.
Interested ophthalmologists will find application information and guidelines for applying for the fellowship at eyecenter.emory.edu/global-fellowship.
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