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Ophthalmology Fellowships Programs

IU School of Medicine offers three competitive post-residency fellowship programs in ophthalmology. The Glaucoma Fellowship Program accepts one fellow each academic year and is focused on the research and treatment of glaucoma. The Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus Fellowship Program accepts two fellows per academic year and focuses on premature retinopathy and ophthalmic surgery. The Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship is a newly re-established, two-year clinical fellowship with goals to provide a comprehensive training experience in the diagnosis and management of a broad spectrum of vitreoretinal diseases.
Residency and Fellowship Training in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Indiana University School of Medicine

Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus Fellowship

This one-year program provides post-residency training for a comprehensive practice in pediatric ophthalmology. The program accepts two fellows each year.
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Elizabeth Martin, MD, examines a patient.

Glaucoma Fellowship

The department offers a one-year fellowship for individuals interested in expanding their knowledge and skillset related to treating glaucoma. This program accepts one fellow per academic year.
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Helen Bernie surgery

Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship

This is a two-year clinical fellowship providing a broad training in all aspects of medical and surgical retina.
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