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Department of Ophthalmology

Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute

Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology is committed to training tomorrow's ophthalmologists and to advancing treatments and prevention of eye diseases and vision disorders through research. The department's NIH research funding increased 36 percent in 2020, making its NIH ranking 40th in the nation. The department has invested in talented scientists and faculty known for their clinical expertise. Work done within the department is guided by the core values of excellence, integrity, diversity, cooperation and respect for all individuals.

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Education

The Department of Ophthalmology at IU School of Medicine offers education programs for medical students, residents, postgraduates and community physicians. The committed faculty and state-of-the-art facilities at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute facilitate patient care, research and academic pursuits.
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Research

The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute at IU School of Medicine is a leader among public universities in ophthalmic research due to its exemplary faculty, innovative avenues of research, and the continuous expansion of programs in basic, translational and clinical research.
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Clinical Care

Department faculty are accomplished ophthalmologists who are extensively trained to treat and manage an array of ocular conditions, including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and dry eye as well as facial and ocular reconstructive surgeries. They practice at three locations in Indianapolis.
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33 Full-Time Faculty
18 Residents
5 Clinical Locations
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Arupratan Das, PhD

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology

Arupratan Das, PhD, is passionate about understanding diseases at a single cell level. That passion drives the research done in his lab at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute.

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Dana L. Donaldson, OD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology

Dana Donaldson, OD, attended Indiana University for her undergraduate degree as well as her doctor of optometry. She specializes in pediatric ophthalmology.

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Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

At IU School of Medicine, the commitment to diversity includes race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity, religion, socio-economic status, age, geography of origin and residence, sexual orientation, disability, work style and other aspects of human attributes and behaviors. Like the school, the Department of Ophthalmology recruits talented trainees, faculty and staff from various backgrounds with focused efforts toward identified diversity categories. The department is dedicated to creating an environment that fosters inclusion throughout.

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Chair's Welcome

David Wallace, MD, MPH, highlights the mission and goals of the IU School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology.

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Chi Wah “Rudy” Yung, MD, speaks at a podium in a lecture hall in the Glick Eye Institute.

Upcoming Events

The Department of Ophthalmology hosts educational events throughout the year. Learn more about upcoming lectures and seminars.

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Glick Family Philanthropy to Advance Ophthalmology

Through the generosity of the Glick family, the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute opened its doors in 2009 and is now home to the IU School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology. The four-story, 77,000-square-foot building provides 14,000 square feet of clinic space and is the capstone of the philanthropy of Eugene and Marilyn Glick, Indianapolis residents who donated $30 million to support vision research, eye care and education at the largest medical school in the country.

Graduate Medical Education Programs

The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology offers a competitive three-year residency program that provides training in all areas of ophthalmology for medical school graduates. The department also offers two one-year fellowship programs in glaucoma and pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus.

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